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MR. GEORGE MORLAND.
Drawn from the tolerably authentic source of more than twenty years' intimate

acquaintance with him, his family, and connections.

TO WHICH IS ADDED,

A COPIOUS APPENDIX,
Embracing every interesting subject relative to our justly admired

English Painter, and his most valuable works.

BY WILLIAM COLLINS,
Author of the Slave Trade, a Poem; an Ode to Sir Jeffery Dunstan, an Heroic

Ffusion ; with several detached Pieces in Prose and Verse; several of which hare
appeared in most of the public Papers, under various signatures, since the Year
1788, to the present Period.

The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together; our virtues
would be proud, if our faults whipp'd 'them not; and our crimes wou'd despair,
if they were not cherished by our virtues.

Shakespeare's Ali's Well that Ends Well, Act iv. Scene 3.

VOL. II.

London:
PRINTED BY C. STOWER, PATER NOSTËR ROHI;
For H. D. Symonds, Pater Noster Row; Carpenter, Old Bond
Street; Bell, Oxford Street; Ginger, Piccadilly; and sold
by Lloyd, 23, Harley Street, Cavendish Square ;
Manson, Gerrard Street, Soho; and by the

Author, 118, Great Portland Street.

FA4122.3.11

HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY

DEXTER FUND

May 10, 1927

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