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Concord New Star (Newspaper) - April 11, 1797, Concord, New Hampshire THE NEW STAR. Useful MISCRLLAiir OOM MUM CATS». For ihi N^STAR. M^ifrs Editori« IH «VE lately read, «nH confc-qucntly «^« rM " PENNE F's LEf fERS to a Yowwc L^dy, on a viriciy nf ufotui tnó iiUereÌt-ing fubji-fts." Bv givif g the following! extrads a place in your paper yoiJ may not only oblige many of your rcidcrs, but (k> much good by rccomm«nding fo excellent m Book. DEVOTION, ** IF we admire wh^t is grcaf, fublime and magnificent on other occaiians ; it we admire what is a- i nstabfe» benevolent and merciful in i many of our fellow creatures whom wt h«ve never feen ; what principle, either of reafon or philofophy, forbids uf to admire and love the Dmic in God, yho ts the primary author of Till inutblenefs, and at onre the fottrceand faUnefs of all pofBbIc perfeaion " Tii LOVE 0f GOD. Tho* fomc fairaucf Iiav6 mjcle It app^r ridicnlovs by couching it in tQO/njmmi, tsptnrous or extrava* fftnc Uaguage, yet— ni ^¡LIBERTINE, " In theflMPOmnol fcficaton, «xecratet hit fdO^; tod wha ti be delsberttes «vlMilHi ihoiildchfKiie'^ for from trencheroos ruffle bofom oi tm harlot, to onp th^f will be tlways labbfttl U always feteoc." 0» READIN9. ** Do not read much at a fiaic | me jtation is the Aomach which dtgcfts thi* kind of food<~-rcfie€l many bouts for reading one.** SERMONS. " True criHrirm will not give them fo digti.ñed a name, [i. e. S f E K N t't lermoni] they may rather be called his Smnrnemfmi journey tu "Z; '»n—they are like muitc pl.^yi'^ in the e^rs of a man whofe houie ié Oil ñre " G^NG.INELLPt Defcrlption of l.aiy if particiiiarly fpien<iid-*hi> iiatues breathe ; hii tcrrents shfolutely murmur on the ear ; hi» chfF» have an impending horror on the fancy ; and hit gardens wdft us aromatic imelis/* ROTATION. In accdonting for Deifm—Ev. erv one tlitt dncth evil, hateth the li|£ht, neither ccmeth to rheli^hr, left h:5 deeds ihauld be reproved/' DANCING, Tho* part of a good education, at corredin^ any ai ktvnrdneíf of gef-ijM'e. giving in cify and gracctui ij^ton to the b Kfy —yet, by «mu'. tf^i eartted toextieme. A woman who can fpafkle and engage the admiration of every beholder at a ball, is not fo apt to be content with the graver uffice of managing a family—Bt*(lies, danriog i> nuc, at ftr/Mtm im*menf^, wiiho«r t:t traptations—An elegant illumin* atedroom, brilliant company« th« enchanting powers of muüc. ad* miringevcs. obfrquiottt beaus tltudt, iec. are api to trtnfport the mind a little beyotid the rational f&ediiiiii of gtmiU ' gttation.*' DRESS,
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