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214 ON THE EXERTIONS, &C. in some of our great towns, and will pro- bably take a still more ample range. May we conclude this part ofour sub- ject by 'observing, that ladies of other religious professions would do well to copy, in certain respects, the example of the females of the society to which this distinguished lady belongs ; -giving into no habits of dissipation, they have time ; addicted to little .,expense in personal decoration, they. have money ; and the time and money thus snatched from vain and frivolous purposes, are more wisely directed together into the same right channel of Christian benevolenee.