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Among the Votaries of Science, and the numerous Competitors for literary Fame, Choice and...
Man , is distinguished from other Animals, his Fellow-Inhabitants of this Planet, by a Capacity...
My worthy and ingenious friend, Mr. J , having strutted and foamed his hour upon the stage and...
It seems to be necessary for me, (notwithstanding the declaration in my last) once more to...
“IGNORANCE and inconsideration are the two great causes of the ruin of mankind.” This is an...
THUS accomplished were many of the first Planters of these Colonies. It may be thought polite and...
TO have holden their lands, allodially, or for every man to have been the sovereign lord and...
WE have been afraid to think. We have felt a reluctance to examining into the grounds of our...
I Han’t rit nothing to be printed a great while: but I can’t sleep a nights, one wink hardly, of...
The revolution which one century has produced in your opinions and principles, is not quite so...