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With an introductory Discourse concerning
Taste, and several other Additions.
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Have endeavoured to make this edition
something more full and satisfactory than the first. I have sought with the utmost care, and read with equal attention, every thing which has appeared in public against my opinions; I have taken advantage of the candid liberty of my friends; and if by these means I have been better enabled to discover the imperfections of the work, the indulgence it has received, im-, perfect as it was, furnished me with a new motive to spare no reasonable pains for its improvement. Though "I have not found sufficient reason, or what appeared to me sufficient, for making any material change in my theory, I have found it necessary in many places to explain, illustrate, and enforce it. I have prefixed an introductory discourse, concerning Taste; it is a matter curious in itself; and it leads naturally enough to the