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To leave the Pettifogger of Funivals Inn, or Cliffords Inn, his Archbishop Laud, and his...
In your Letter to Dr Priestley of March 21. 1801, You ask “What an Effort, of Bigotry in politics...
I recd. yesterday your favour of May 27th. I lament with you the loss of Rush. I know of no...
In your Letter to Dr. Priestley of March 21. 1801, you “tender him, the protection of those laws...
Your favour of the 15th came to me Yesterday, and it is a pleasure to discover that We are only 9...
It is very true that “the denunciations of the Priesthood are fulminated against every Advocate...
Before I proceed to the order of the day, which is the terrorism of a former day: I beg leave to...
Correspondences! The Letters of Bernard and Hutchinson, and Oliver and Paxton &c were detected...
Lord! Lord! What can I do, with so much Greek? When I was of your Age, young Man, i.e. 7 or 8 or...
I forgot in my last to remark, a very trifling Inaccuracy in yours of June 27th. The Letter...
Let me allude, to one circumstance more, in one of your Letters to me, before I touch upon the...
Your Letters to Priestley, have encreased my Grief if that were possible, for the loss of Rush....
I have more to Say, on Religion. For more than Sixty Years I have been attentive to this great...
Dr Priestley, in a letter to Mr Lindsey Northumberland Nov. 4. 1803 Says “As you were pleased...
I believe I told you in my last, that I had given you all in Lindseys Memoirs, that interested...
Κριοùς μὲν ὄνοuς διζήμεθα, Κúρνε, καὶ ἵππους εὐγενέας· καί τις βούλεται ἐξ ἀγαθῶν κτήσασθαι....
Οὐδὲ γυνὴ κακοῦ ἀνδρὸς ἀναίνεται εἶναι ἄκοιτις πλουσίου· ἀλλ’ ἀφνεὸν βούλεται ἀντ’ ἀγαθοῦ....
I owe you a thousand thanks for your favour of Aug. 22 and its Enclosures, and for Dr Priestley’s...
My last Sheet, would not admit an Observation that was material to my design. Dr Price was...
Considering all things, I admire Dr Priestleys last Effort for which I am entirely indebted to...
σὲ γὰρ πάντεσσι θέμις θνητοῖσι προσαυδᾶn. “It is not only permitted but enjoined upon all Mortals...
As I owe you more for your Letters of Oct. 12. and 28 than I Shall be able to pay. I Shall begin...
Accept my thanks for the comprehensive Syllabus, in your favour of Oct. 12. The Psalms of David,...
I cannot appease my melancholly commiseration for our Armies in this furious Snow Storm, in any...
The Proverbs of the old greek Poets, are as Short and pithy as any of Solomon or Franklin. Hesiod...
Ridento dicere Verum, quid vetat. I must make you and myself merry or melancholly, by a little...
Answer my Letters at your Leisure. Give yourself no concern. I write as for a refuge and...
I was nibbling my pen and brushing my Faculties, to write a polite Letter of Thanks to Mr...
I recd, this morning your favour of the 5th. and as I can never let a Sheet of your’s rest I Sit...
I have great pleasure in giving this Letter to the Gentleman who requests it. The Revd David...