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THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD

" True, my son," cried I; " but if the governor invites the enemy there, he is justly culpable. And such is always the case with those who embrace error. The vice does not lie in assenting to the proofs they see, but in being blind to many of the proofs that offer; so that, though our erroneous opinions be involuntary when formed, yet, as we have been wilfully corrupt or very negligent in forming them, we deserve punishment for our vice or contempt for our folly."
My wife now kept up the conversation, though not the argument. She observed that several very prudent men of our acquaintance were freethinkers, and made very good husbands; and she knew some sensible girls that had skill enough to make converts of their spouses. "And who knows, my dear," continued she, " what Olivia may be able to do? The girl has a great deal to say upon every subject, and to my knowledge is very well skilled in controversy."
" Why, my dear, what controversy can she have read? " cried I. " It does not occur to me that I ever put such books into her hands; you certainly overrate her merit."-" Indeed, papa," replied Olivia, " she does not; I have read a great deal of controversy. I have read the disputes between Thwackum and Square; the controversy between Robinson Crusoe and Friday the savage; and I am now employed in reading the controversy in Religious Courtship." " Very well," cried I, " that's a good girl; I find you are perfectly qualified for making converts, anyl so go help your mother to make the gooseberry pie."

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