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eme. 'Filus. 71 TERRE-FILIUS. XLIII. Dq3ndit humerus jurdque urn&no ihalanges. ,F theeau/ of Hza-Caucn be not the ve T wor caufe in the world, it is im- pofllble that it fnould ever'fail, being fo hrongly fdrrounded with temporal en- couragements .,without, and/cured with etly-imbib'd prejudice within; wealth, titles, and dignity are its'faithful allies;and its only enemies are lggaly truth and naked hoefly. blow this minion of the multitude. (wh;ch not- withfraMing is the cur of the multitude) is up- ported in all popifl countries, and in too many pro- to#any ones, is the mdancholy theme ofnumberlefs writers; fire, fword, ariel dungeons are thedreadful executors of its bloody will and plealure; it breathes nothing but derefiation and mifery all around it it' b;ds nobks in chains, and princes in links of iron. 1 do not intend to enumerate all the Itrong holds 0 this lrevailinff mob.caufe; but only (:is the defign of my aper !eds me) to point out thole advantage which