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IN reviewing the different Writers, from whose Works there are extracts contained in the preceding Two Volumes, it seems fair to give priority to Mr. Arthur Young, because he states facts and gives his authorities, which the other Writers do not.—Mr. Burke, Mr. Mackintosh, and various other Authors, take the relations of events that occurred in France as best suited the opinions they intended to support, and not one time in ten are they right. Mr. Young's Work deserves attention the more because he had been much in France, and because he confesses with great candour, that he at first was an advocate for the Revolution; “but,” WQL. III. . B . adds

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