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[46] I do not know what can be added by way of improvement to the charms of his style, except perhaps the introduction of [p. 477] something more in the way of brilliant reflexions to suit the taste of our own times. For this can be done without injury to the treatment of our case or inpairing the authority of our language, provided that such embellishments are not too frequent or continuous, and do not mutually destroy the effects which they were designed to produce.

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