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L E T T E R
GEN TL EM AN
His SON ABROAD.
OCCA S I O N E D
By his having married a Roman Catholic.
To which are added,
W IT H
Ne impari jugo Copula mini, 2 Cor. vi. 14.
And they that are wife shall fine as the Brightness
Dan. xii. 3.
The SecOND EDITION.
in Salisbury Court, Fleet-itreet, 1757.
(Price 25. 6:1. Bound.)
My Much-honoured and Affec
tionate MOTHER, Mrs. Elizabeth Torriano.
my First Birth-day, you dedicated me (by your fervent Prayers) to God, so I think it proper to acquaint you, that I have, at last, arrived to see one Birth-day, on the Employment of which I hope I may look back hereafter with Pleasure, whilst I reflect, that, in employing it to dedicate to you this Letter, I in Part return you the due Harvest from the Seeds of Education
have planted; though, perhaps, not so plentiful a Crop as might