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The following have been printed, but not in the Author's Works, and may therefore be acceptable in this Volume.


ON GOOD-MANNERS AND GOOD-BREEDING.

GOOD-Manners is the Art of making those People easy with whom we converse.

WHOEVER makes the fewest Persons uneasy is the best bred in the Company.

As the best Law is founded upon Reason, so are the best Manners. And as some Lawyers have introduced unreasonable Things into common Law; so likewise many Teachers have introduced absurd Things into common Good-manners.

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