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Page 1 - ... circulating library, which dispenses me from the task of repeating the well-known adventures of either Francis and his Croat pandours, or Frederick and his law-suits. Liberated, honoured, and pensioned, he thus writes in his old age: "Safe am I arrived in heaven, a weather-beaten but experienced shipman, enabled to indicate the hidden rocks and quicksands of this life's perturbed shores; often have I struck, often been wrecked, but never foundered. Possible, though little probable, are future...
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