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"Child, thou art come into this world to suffer, but degrade not thy sorrows by weakness. Endure, be patient, and all shall be well."
Printed by P. Norbury Brantford, Nov.1809.
FRUITS OF REFLECTION;
ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS.
DESIGNED FOR THE PERUSAL OF YOUTH.
BY ELIZABETH HELME,
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, OF SCOTLAND, AND ROME,
"The first Years of Man must make provision for the last. He that never thinks can never be wise."
CRADOCK AND JO, 32, PATER NOSTER-ROW;
HARRIS, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, CHAPPLE. PALL MALL; PEACOCK, OXFORD STREET; AND HATCHARD, PICCADILLY, LONDON,
MISS CHARLOTTE FINCH.
AS example is ever better than precept, you, I am convinced, need no written memorial to instil those duties I have endeavoured to inculcate. But as the experienced mariner does not disdain the meanest beacon that warns him of rocks and quicksands; neither will you, I know, throw from you the weakest tribute