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to doubt ; there is hardly an assumption which our critical spirit would grant; and the whole is as inconclusive as the separate steps.

We know not that we can better part with M. de Rossi (we would part with him on the friendliest terms) than with the old Spanish salutation, May you live a thousand years.' Certainly, considering the extent and variety of his undertakings, the magnificent scale on which those undertakings are conducted, the narrow threescore years and ten to which it has pleased Divine Providence to contract the life of man, that span would seem to offer but insufficient space for the full accomplishment of his ambitious schemes.

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