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The Adventures of Signor Gaudentio Di Lucca: Being the Substance of His ...
George Berkeley,Simon Berington
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Page 67 - ... to be forgotten; leaving nothing but a confused heap of explanations, which may cause ignorant people to doubt whether there is really any thing meant by the laws or not.
Page 70 - Pophar is the common father, efteeming all the reft as children and brothers, calling them univerfally by that name, as they all call one another brothers, bartering and exchanging their commodities as one brother would do with another; and not only fo, but they all join in building their towns, pubiick places, fchools, &c.