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tiieactther htady I ^ ould ireiraffk , what % PMbt » ^ g ^ ded ^ a coffe ^ arguirreit a ^ S ^ at intolerancey > Wmft # v > opinion , itfemly m sudh > lias veiy little influence * && fc&maii <* ondtict > whsjeh ; f on sudden emergencies ,- mft % "fq / rWbKfi most part * , t ^ f / the 'directidn of imitiedi ate impul ^ arid , & *^ ic ^^ iTOquiring deiibdration * that of habit ; Jn , the ease of peire ^ cutiobi whether inflicted or ^
uffemay tne temper ana aisposinon or mhtfi is every thing , and speculative k > jrimons or theoretical views of the foundations of tnorals or politics next bad
to fitothing" . A bo ^ td man raised to *|> 9 wer will , either ^ p&rseciite or tolerate 3 ft £ - may best suit hfa sedular purposes . The just and conscientious possessor of unlimited authority may , through
mistaken notions , be intolerant ; but fills mistakes are not likely to originate in such a view of the subjects of right , power , &c .,-- * b Hylas has been compelled to take . Usually , opinions are © lily the pretence for persecution , Thi £ at least . I think , must be the case
in the present enlightened state of the world The moral causes of it being , Jfor rtfce most part , inter ^ t or reven ^ or fear , or , in a word , selfishness hxt ferently modified according to the characters in whiek it is found , and the circumstances in which it operates .
If ; Sir , I declkie remarking on mor $ than one of your valuable Correspondents who have done me the honour to consider some of my notions 5 tins , I trust , will not pe ascribed to want qf due rfc 6 pect . To one gentleman , who has zealously stood forth in the defence of the Review of t % e Inquirer ( ' s " Pour
Letters to Mr ^ Fo ^/ ' pp . 288—290 , ) I- < jan only Express my regret that liye has $ 0 much mistaken me , and that it is my own fault that he has done so . An unfortunate hiatus of mine has led
hkh to suppose that I had charged him with calumny for asserting that rtlie Iti ^ uiaraff '' . " appears , in fact , in the train of Hobbes ^ ' &c . He may be
uassuped , that «© sucn accusation was in W * yto ! ZM * Tj ^ e tf # ft W ^< J , which mmtt have i&&n iaseirted Mth fer less ^ pttte than tue orai « sion of it has , fo my sorrow occasioned ; and which would Kav ^ completed the senten ce . eBt cto
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only say , th&t if I M mmm ^ m ^ m Ptutfc ^ fd ^ f ^^^^ HQ ^^ « iSll al < vayfe think myself if&g&U ' < ioni ^ aay , whk ev ^ r efee be of th * j feame jto ^? < Tte Inquirer also may very iq ^ imately adopt the er&stiini&m&tf ' -l ^ iSbaai ^ ^ e toryi ^ m of Hum ^ , arid the cidtieal opi ^ mons of GiW > on , mth ^ tit pttiHakinff in of
&& ? degre ^ thmin inftdetity J Iph ^ hiatus alluded tti ^ wtts whoMy , unconnected with any thing ; like a denial of the Inquire * *^> % tU&ht&m& 4 o * mme < £ kh& ^ ^ ^ ^ o ^ 0 t any thtog * &te- ^ charge of " calumny "
preferred ftg ^ iist the Reviewer for having alleged' such an attachment : J , therefore , cannat but lament that that gentleman should have pven himself the trouble of searching for , and citing passages from Hobbes I&jproof 0 f whM was never denied . HYLAS .
Contemporary Journals . FRIEND to the MontMy Repo-A sitory having for . a particular purpose , of no consequence to any one but himself , drawn up acatalogue of the contemporary Magazines and Reviews , with historical and critical
notices ,, noiv submits it to the readers of that work . He believes that he has omitted few of these important publications , and none of auy consequence . Should the readier detect any omissjous , he will oblige the writer by tovmfin $ them in comucunications to th ^^ ditor
The oftly worths designedly left ; out * tf the list are The Monthly Repository and the Christian Reformer . For cofovenieace of ijtisertion , ( the ^ ^ aiaiog «« ^ ill be divided into parfe , ; * htf tvorKs being arranged according to their professed obfcctB , ? 71 ^
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Sept. 2, 1820, page 540, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2492/page/40/