Nothing less is commonly a sufficient stimulus to undergo the long and patient drudgery, which, in the case even of the greatest natural gifts, is absolutely required for great eminence in pursuits in which we already possess so many splendid memorials of

She will be more estimable to him than if she was learned he will have a pleasure in instructing her. –Rousseau's Emilius.

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