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IN A SERIES OF LETTERS
TO A LADY OF FASHION.
WRITTEN IN THE YEARS 1796 and 1797,
DURING A TOUR THROUGH FRANCE.
BY A LADY.
What changes fill the cup of alteration!
Edited by C. L. MOODY, LL.D. F.A.S.
Printed for T. CADELL jun. and W. DAVIES in the Strand.
To all the furrounding nations France presents an astonishing and most interesting fpectacle. The convulfions with which she has been fhook, and the changes which fhe has undergone, are big with the most important confequences. What will be the result of her revolution,-into what form of government she will finally fettle, -and how it will ultimately affect Europe, are points on which it is as yet impossible absolutely to decide. Men furmife and predict as their intereft, their wishes, or their party may dictate, and are gratified by any shadow of evidence which ferves to corroborate or justify their opinions. Hence writers on each fide have their admirers,