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Page 65 - language was very far from being formed, as we may judge by the greater part of the works published at that time, and of which it
Page 65 - to endure the reading: in the Provincial Letters there is not a
Page 133 - in which the doctrine of king-killing is openly maintained : the copy on which this -condemnation was pronounced, bore date
Page 66 - lived very retired, and far removed from the commerce of the world : he could never have
Page 65 - ill written, and full of gall, were not read, while every body knew the Provincial
Page 131 - and which, by their nature, were more proper to caufe a decree to be pronounced againft them in a court of judicature.