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Pauci prudentiâ honesta ab deterioribus, utilia ab noxiis discernunt : plures aliorum eventis docentur.
Tac. 4. Ann. 33. Few are qualified by their own reflection to mark the boundaries between vice and virtue. To separate the useful from that which leads to destruction is not the talent of every man.
The example of others is the school of
MURPHY's Trans. Vol, i. p. 273.
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