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A XKW TRAiVSLATWX,
WITH HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION AND NOTES,
THOMAS M'CRIE, D.D., LL.D.
'* If my letters are condemned at Rome, that which I condemn hi them la oondemned In heaven."— Pascal.
"The ' Provincial letters' .ire models of eloquence and pleasantry. The best comedies of Moliere have not more wit in them than the first Letters; Bosauet has nothing more sublime than the concluding ones."— Voltaib«,
'.iba 'rrovfrulal Letters' on the fcdlaeles cf the Jesuits, while they exhibit as entire a fceedom from bigotry, exhibit also as much pointed wit, and as much sound reasoning, asa/a te bo found in the whole mass of modem philosophy."—Hannah Mori,