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As they toch the last farewell lock when departing from the livink of my solitary dwelling."

London, Published Jan.1, 1829; by John Taylor, 30 Upper Gower Street.

FOR A

DAUGHTER'S BEST INTERESTS.

BY MRS. TAYLOR,

OF ONGAR.

“ Hearken, oh, daughter! consider and incline thine ear.”-
David.

TWELFTH EDITION.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR

JOHN TAYLOR, 30, UPPER GOWER-STREET;

AND

HOULSTON AND son, 65, PATERNOSTER-ROW.

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any
who

may glance at the following pages, it will be unnecessary to observe, that they were not designed, by the writer, for the public eye :- that they were, that which they profess to have been, the effusions of a mother's solicitude for the welfare of a beloved child ; for there is too little appearance of study throughout, to excite a suspicion that the character, or the circumstances, are assumed. A parent who, from increasing infirmities, found it difficult frequently to converse with her child, adopted this method of conveying instruction, and of

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presenting the fruits of experience to an inexperienced mind. Had she written with any further view, much might have been added, and much repressed ; but till it was suggested to her, that what was likely to benefit an individual, might, if communicated, become useful to others, she entertained no design beyond the limits of a single family. To other families, in consequence of that suggestion, this little effort of maternal anxiety is now commended ; without solicitude for its reputation ; but with that affectionate concern for youth and inexperience, which is natural to one who has been long

A MOTHER.

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