it should be so, is the reason why 'tis not; and this is plain enough to sense, from the confusion of Vision, which jeews, that the rays arre not united after the way requisite for aiding the sight (as I just Now intimated) and how that should be, I had here shewn, but that I am asuamed to add more in earnest About a gravefoolery. And I confess, Sir, I account these personal matters a kind of Digression from the main thing I intended. To return therefore to Subjct.
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