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Essays of Michel de Montaigne: That Men by Various Ways Arrive at the Same End; Of Sorrow; That Our Affections Carry Themselves Beyond Us; That the Soul Discharges Her Passions Upon False Objects, Where the True are Wanting; Whether the Governor of a Place Besieged Ought Himself to Go Out to Parley; That the Hour of Parley is Dangerous; That the Intention is Judge of Our Actions; Of Idleness; Of Liars; Of Quick or Slow Speech; Of Prognostications; Of Constancy

by Michel de Montaigne

translated by Charles Cotton

edited by William Carew Hazlitt

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