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I told him that Mrs. Macaulay said , she wondered how he could reconcile his political principles with his moral ; his notions of inequality and subordination with wishing well to the happiness of all mankind , who might live so ...
A foreigner who attaches himself to a political party in this country , is in the worst state that can be imagined : he is looked upon as a mere intermeddler . A native may do it from interest . ' Boswell : “ Or principle .
I think 1 In allusion to Dr. Johnson's supposed political principles , and perhaps his own . B. 2 Here is another instance of his high admiration of Milton as a poet , notwithstanding his just abhorrence of that sour Repubmore highly of ...
... placed himself behind a chair , on which he leaned as on a desk or pulpit , and with humorous formality gave me a charge , pointing out the conduct expected from me as a good member of this club . lican's political principles .
Parliament having been dissolved , and his friend Mr. Thrale , who was a steady supporter of Government , having again to encounter the storm of a contested election , he wrote a short political pamphlet , entitled “ The Patriot ...
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