He is in no need of the capacity of doing rapidly what he does; what he rather needs is patience, to work on slowly until imperfect lights have become perfect, and a conjecture has ripened into a theorem.

True–and Hervey's Meditations are :_ read, though he equally sinned against sense and taste.

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