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I long to hear that you have declared an independancy [sic]--and by the way in the new Code of Laws which I suppose it will be nec ...
When an old Woman begins to doat [sic], and grow chargeable to a Parish, she is generally turned into a Witch, and fills the whole ...
Ordinary People ... are so used to be dazled [sic] with Riches, that they pay as much Deference to the Understanding of a Man of a ...
I should prefer a Woman that is agreeable in my own Eye, and not deformed in that of the World, to a celebrated Beauty. If you mar ...
Nature seems to have taken a particular Care to disseminate her Blessings among the different Regions of the World, with an Eye to ...
As a perfect Tragedy is the noblest Production of human Nature, so it is capable of giving the Mind one of the most delightful and ...
When the Wife of Hector, in Homer's Iliads [sic], discourses with her Husband about the Battel [sic] in which he was going to enga ...
The Tragi-Comedy, which is the Product of the English Theatre, is one of the most monstrous Inventions that ever entered into a Po ...
I think a Person who is thus terrifyed [sic] with the Imagination of Ghosts and Spectres much more reasonable, than one who contra ...
It will be the mistake of your life if you go into print in your own defence [sic]. Your denial will reach a new set of people and ...
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