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London Adventurer (Newspaper) - December 4, 1753, London, Middlesex A D V E NT U RE R NUMBER To continued and December 4, 1753. Ad humum gravi deducit & Hor. N E of the moll remarkable differences betwixt ancient and modern from the prevailing of only that are by the of a from the of its may claim a large in of human but by totally the hath contributed to noble of virtue into an academy of When Racine celebrated to read his faid that fevere to his have you the manners of and replied the u without that how would the ladies and the beaux have received my And it may well be that to gratify fo and important a part of his was the powerful motive that induced Corneille to enervate even the and affecting VOL. * Xx
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