J.G. Stedman quotes

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Old England liberty--to be robbed by the Ministry, and insulted by the populace without redress.
I have, indeed, even omitted facts, which, on account of their singularity, must in the eyes of some have appeared to border on th ...
I ever will profess myself the greatest friend to those whose actions best correspond with their doctrine; which, I am sorry to sa ...
Such indeed is the superior longevity of the fair females of Surinam, compared to that of the males (owing chiefly, as I said, to ...
A happy people I call them still, whose peace and genuine morals have not been contaminated with European vices; and whose errors ...
No person who examines and reflects, can avoid seeing that there is but one race of people on the earth, who differ from each othe ...
To be sure an European woman would blush to her fingers' ends at the very idea of appearing publicly stark naked; but education an ...
During the crusades all were religious mad, and now all are mad for want of it.
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