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"The paragraphs to which the supposed objection fairly applies are very few in number; and the alteration of a word or two to some more quiet and pretty behaved expression, would set every thing right.
"The anger of our good cousins over the water would be still more ridiculous than the sensitiveness of our purists."- Edinburgh Review.
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