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ON SOUNDNESS IN JUDGMENT, AND CONSISTENCY IN CONDUCT. As a preliminary to the following pages, the writer begs leave to observe, that they consist rather of miscellaneous observ- ations on a variety of topics, than in an attempt at a systematic view of religion or morals. She does not pretend to pre- sent an exhibition of Christian doctrine, or to prescribe the duties of a Christian life. It is presumed that the generality of readers who shall honour these pages with their attention, are already, in a greater or less degree, religious cha- racters ; consequently, standing in little need of such information as her humble talents could have imparted. But as religion is become a subject of _increas- g and more general interest, it may