[??] Speech on conciliation with the American colonies

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"...Sir Joshua Reynolds"s Lectures. Mitford"s History of Greece. Orme"s History of Hindoostan. Vertot"s Revolutions of Portugal and Sweden. Bossuet"s Oraisons Funebres, Petit Careme de Massillon. Select Sermons of Dr Barrow. Burke"s Settlement of the English Colonies in America. Alison on Taste. The first book, though written on painting, full of all wisdom. The second, a good history. The third, highly entertaining, fourth ditto. The fifth, a splendid example of sound eloquence. The sixth, piety, pure language, fine style. The seventh, lofty eloquence. The eighth, neat and philosophical. The ninth, feeling and eloquence. Here I think is is much wisdom as you can get for eight guineas. But remember to consult your family physician, your mother. I only know the general powers of these medicines; but she will determine their adaptation to your particular constitution"

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Letter containing recommendations of reading for Miss Beach. Not certain if this is the text meant.

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Letter containing recommendations of reading for Miss Beach. Not certain if this is the text meant.

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