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But to consider this Subject in its most ridiculous Lights, Advertisements are of great Use to the Vulgar: First of all, as they a ...
There is no Possibility of succeeding in a Satyrical Way of Writing or Speaking, except a Man throws himself quite out of the Ques ...
The Virtues have respectively a Masculine and a Feminine Cast. What we call in Men Wisdom, is in Woman Prudence.
[T]here [is] no Rule in the World to be made for writing Letters, but that of being as near what you speak Face to Face as you can ...
[T]here is a Wit for Discourse, and a Wit for Writing. The Easiness and Familiarity of the first, is not to savour in the least of ...
When a Man is in a serious Mood, and ponders upon his own Make, with a Retrospect to the Actions of his Life, and the many fatal M ...
There is nothing which I contemplate with greater Pleasure than the Dignity of Humane Nature, which often shows itself in all Cond ...
It has often been a solid Grief to me, when I have reflected on this glorious Nation, which is the Scene of publick Happiness and ...
The present Grandeur of the British Nation might make us expect, that we should rise in our Publick Diversions, and Manner of enjo ...
What I am now warning the People of is, That the News-Papers of this Island are as pernicious to weak Heads in England as ever Boo ...
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