There is nothing, after disease, indigence, and guilt, so fatal to the pleasurable enjoyment of life as the want o~ a worthy outlet for the active faculties.

These are the women who are amused by the reveries of the stupid novelists, who, knowing little of human nature, work up stale tales, and describe meretricious scenes, all retailed in a sentimental jargon, which equally tend to corrupt the taste, and draw

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