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JOHN HORNE TOOKE.
The intrinsic merits of a book are unquestionably its best recommendation to the attention of the public:--If it can derive any additional advantage
from the sanction of his name to whom it is inscribed, that advantage must arise from the supposition that he is capable of judging of the subject, and that he has in fact exercised his judgment.
The man whose public conduct, for a series of years, has proved that he possesses the most profound and accurate knowledge of the whole of