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B RO O K I AN A.
IT may be justly said, that all the writings of
Brooke, breathe the purest fpirit of liberty and piety; they are calculated to lift man out of meannels and dejection, to soothe him with a profpect of native excellence, to drive servile fear at a distance, to enlarge and ennoble his soul, and to infpire him with sublime and celestial ideas that bear him far above the human state."- D"Spratt.
Printed for Richard Phillips, 72,8: Pauls Church Yard. by Lewis & Roden, Paternoster row.