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OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
CONVERSATION THE THIRD.
The French worldly philosophers—The first step in wisdom is to learn
to think, no matter how—Thought corrects itself-Brilliant writers
less dangerous than dull ones- -Why-Faults of certain philosophers-
L-, the respectful affection he excites—The heart turns from
death-Passage in Bolivgbroke-Private life does not afford a vent
CONVERSATION THE EIGHTH.
L-'s occasional restlessness at the thonght of death-Anecdote of the
last hours of a man unwilling to die-L-'s gratitude that the