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TO THE PUBLIC,
HE revolving year again demands from us our customary, but hearty expreffions of gratitude to Subfcribers, Correfpondents, and Readers in general. While we feel a pleasure in fuch expreffions, we at the fame time acknowledge it our duty to accompany them with affurances that the Publication, which has now for a very long period been fo favourably received, fhall ftill continue to merit the fame patronage and encouragement-fo far as these can be deferved by the fame exertions, and a continuation of the Work upon the fame plan; we look forward therefore with a confiderable degree of confidence.
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