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PRINTED AND SOLD BY T. BAKER.
ADDRESS FROM THE AUTHOR.
TO THE READER,
THE writer of the following remarks is too sensible of her own deficiencies, both in point of knowledge, style and method, to lubmit them to public notice without feeling the greatest timidity.
Besides which disadvantages, she has had others to encounter, which arose partly from her inexperience of the flow profrels of printing, and partly from her urry to arrange her remarks into proper
order for the press.
Having engaged to the subscribers to publith the work at a short fated period,