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Quid Gt pulchrum, quid turpe, quid utile, quid non.
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The very favourable reception and epcreasing encouTagement, afforded the London Review, in its progress through the two volumes already published, have naturally inspired its authors with a proportionable confidence in the candour of the public.
The Reviewers, indeed, are happy to reflect chat, in the course of twelve months past, both their åbstracts and extracts have been fortunate enough to give fingular satisfaction as well to writers as readers ; many of the former having been candid enough to communicate equal fatisfaction to the Reviewers, by acknowledging even their chastisement friendly and their censures juft.
In their first address to the public, the Reviewers were induced to observe, that Anonymous critics are apt to indulge both their petulance and indolence, from the re