The anxiety of mankind to interfere in behalf of nature, for fear lest nature should not succeed m effecting its purpose, is an altogether unnecessary solicitude.

"We ought not, therefore, to restrain the prattle of girls, in the same manner as we should that of boys, with that severe question, To what purpose are you talking? but by another, which is no less difficult to answer, How will your discourse be received?

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