"To do something to instruct, but more to undeceive, the timid and admiring student ;-
to excite him to place more confidence in his own strength, and less in the infallibility of
great names; to help him to emancipate his judgment from the shackles of authority;-to
teach him to distinguish between showy language and sound sense ;-to warn him not to pay
himself with words;-to shew him that what may tickle the ear or dazzle the imagination,
will not always inform the judgment;-to dispose him rather to fast on ignorance than to
feed himself with error."
JANUARY TO DECEMBER, INCLUSIVE,
Printed for the Editor, by George Smallfield;
PUBLISHED BY SHERWOOD, JONES, AND CO.