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It is the duty of a master , who is in his highest exaltation when he is loco parentis . Yet , as good things become evil by excess , correction , by being immoderate , may become cruel . But when is correction immoderate ?
Next morning we visited Dr. Wetherell , Master of University College , with whom Dr. Johnson conferred on the most advantageous mode of disposing of the books printed at the Clarendon press , on which subject his letter has been ...
A negro , then called Joseph Knight , a native of Africa , having been brought to Jamaica in the usual course of the slave trade , and purchased by a Scotch gentleman in that island , had attended his master to Scotland , where it was ...
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