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* m ^ vfcry 1 > rancli of desire and happiness entirely as ^ iiffis % ff jy £ ttt * dre appear to be such near approaches to it in benevolent , devout ,
married persons , united upon right rhotive § as to annihilate all consitJerabife , or evren perceptible distinction . It is of the turnout importance , that this grand
foundation of all benevolence be duly laid , # ti account both of ptrblic and private happiness . The chief or only means of doirig this is reli . gmtr . Where both parties have irtti a high degree , they cannot fill of niutual happiness ; scarce * if ortfe h ^ ve it : where both are gr ^ &t t y defective in this principal arftWc \ ? t i $ alrftost impossible but dfcentiohs , uneasiness , and niutual oflfeifces , ihdiiltf arise . **
To such of your readers as have b&tii struck % the pa $ s £ ge from Miltlrtt ; T recommend the foregoirig ^ rtract ^ and am , * V" ! " V ; ¦ " sir , ; A WIFE .
No . CXLVI 1 I . Slow Progress of truth , Of Dr . ffm , Harvey , Aiibief says , — I have beard him sayf that after his bobke of the Cir * cul £ tion of the Blood came out * he fell mightily in his practice ^
arid ' twas believed by the vulgar that he was crack-brained ; antj . all the physicians were againsttiii opinion arid envied frftn ; witli much adoe at lar ^ t in about twenty or thirty yeares time , it was received ih all the Universities it !
the world , and as Mr- Hqj ^ nJfr sayes in his book , De Ctfrporfe , ^ 44 he is tBe only man , perhaps ^ that ever lived to see his own 4 o £ ? trine established in his life time . $ !
No . exux .,, ; , >; ' ' ' Popular Despair its oitift Ci 4 ? 4 * i A people when they are reduceel unto misery and despair ^ ( s ^^ Harrihgton , in his Oceana , ) b ^
come their own Politicians , 4 | . c ^ rtatfi ^ beasts when they Are siijfe , become thwr ovtm Physicians , artd arfe catHed by a natural ii ^ a . ^ tin Ct unt 6 the d 6 s i r 6 of mt \ a faUrbs a $ at ^ their proper cttHr * : ,. . . c ' - . ¦ . ¦ ' i t-¦> X ' \ ¦ ¦ .. . " -. ' ¦ ¦' ,:.: - ^^^^^^ ^^ . . . 1 " . 4 '• - . . v „ >\ Ck " *
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No . cgtyii . Tenmte ( ZHtics . A right reverend Prelate , a 4 * dressing a complimentary letter
to Mrs . Elstob , the ctl brated English-Saxon Scholar , says-r-r u earthly possessions aie truly enough called a patrimony , as derived to us by the industry of
our fathers ; hut the language thafc w £ speak is our Mother . tongue j and who sd proper to play th ^ criticks in this as ihe Females . ?***
« LEANI \ && ; OR , SELECTIONS ? A > J 1 > REFLECTIONS MADE INT A COURSE OF GENERAL READ * , > : £ WB . , ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦
No . CXLVI . ? - Divine Rods . - Tho late astonishing events in
tbe political world remirtd us of afisayingo ^ Harrrngton ^ s : — God i * cha& tininjg a ptople is etc cm torn ' &d to kurne ki& ro d * * Qceahe , Fo . l 656 . p 4 4 $ .
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Jan. 2, 1814, page 37, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2436/page/37/