PERMIT an admirer of the plan of your new Magazine, to send you a few strictures on a work lately published, replete with acuteness of observation and poignancy of feeling, and which will not cease to be admitted, as long as delicacy of sentiment and the amiable charities of the human heart are held in estimation. After this preamble, it will hardly be necessary to say, that the work I refer to is the Letters of Mrs. Wollstoncraft, during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark.