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Supposed to be written by HIMself.
Sperate miseri, cavete fælices.
Printed by B. COLLIN S;
The history of a philofophic vagabond, pursuing novelty, but lofing content.
AFTER we had fupped, Mrs. Arnold
politely offered to fend a couple of her footmen for my fon's baggage, which he at first seemed to decline; but her preffing the request, he was obliged to inform her, that a stick and a wallet were all the moveable things upon this earth that he could boast of. Why, aye my
fon," cried I, you left me but poor, " and poor I find you are come back; "and yet I make no doubt you have "feen a great deal of the world.". "Yes, Sir," replied my fon, "but travel"ling after fortune, is not the way to seVOL. II. B 66 cure