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But let her remember, that it is in Britain alone, that laws are equally favourable to liberty and humanity; that it is in Britain the sacred rights of nature have received their most awful ratification.
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But let us not too hastily triumph in the shame of Sparta, lest we aggravate our own condemnation.
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But what has America to boast? What are the graces or the virtues which distinguish its inhabitants? What are their triumphs in war, or their inventions in peace?
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I wil not compare the education of an ancient Spartan with that of a British nobleman.
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In the western part of England lived a gentleman of large fortune, whose name was Merton.
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Let eunuchs and figurants, those respectable guardians of modern discipline, insult the memory of Lycurgus; and fellows of colleges establish their monkish institutions on the ruin of the Lyceum.
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Let the wild inconsistent claims of America prevail, when they shall be unmixed with the clank of chains, and the groans of anguish.
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Let us remember, there is a people, who share the government and name of Britons; among whom the cruelty of Sparta is renewed without its virtue.
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Modern Philosophy, like modern Honor, has chosen her residence in courts and Palaces.
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The trifle now inscribed with your name. was occasioned by a particular fact; but to the disgrace of human nature, the subject is sufficiently general to interest every heart not totally impenetrable.
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There are certain forms in which vice appears not only monstrous, but ridiculous; the cruelty of Nero is more disgusting than that of Tiberius.
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Tommy Merton, at the time he came from Jamaica, was only six years old. He was naturally a very good-natured boy, but unfortunately had been spoiled by too much indulgence.
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We boast of the gentleness of our manners, and think the rugged virtues of antiquity ill-adapted to the genius of the present times.
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We have no right to luxuries while the poor want bread.
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When a benevolent mind contemplates the republic of Lycurgus, its admiration is mixed with a degree of horror.
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