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OLIVER GOLDSMITH, M.B.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
SOME ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE AND WRITINGS.
A NEW EDITION, COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME.
59 SOUTH BRIDGE STREET,
OPPOSITE THE UNIVERSITY.
FEB 1 5 1936
THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD.
sist the power of long and pleasing
tented with the present government,
bond, pursuing novelty, but losing
among the vicious, which is coeval
only with mutual satisfaction
8 XXIII. None but the guilty can be long
and completely miserable
9 | XXV. No situation, however wretched
it seems, but has some sort of
comfort attending it
reward as well as punish
the result of prudence than of vis-
dence demonstrated with regard te
the happy and the miserable here be
repaid the balance of their suffering
in the life hereafter
Let us be inflexible, and fortun
will at last change in our favour
upon generally proves most fatal
poor when they attempt to appear
above their circumstances
give disagreeable advice
1.V1. The family use art, which is op-
posed with stiil greater