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consequences of his merit. The same might as well be said of Virgil, or
any great author whose general character will infallibly raise many casual


additions to their reputation. This is the method of Mons. de la Mott who
yet confesses upon the whole that in whatever age Homer had lived, he must
have been the greatest poet of his nation, and that he may be said in his
sense to be the master even of those who surpassed him.  In all these

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