Thoughts on civil liberty, on licentiousness, and faction

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Thoughts on civil liberty, on licentiousness, and faction  (1765) 
by John Brown (1715-1766)

THOUGHTS

O N

CIVIL LIBERTY,

O N

L I C E N T I O U S N E S S,

A N D

F A C T I O N.


By the Author of
Essays on the Characteristics, &c.


——Sed in Vitium Libertas excidit, et Vim
Dignam Lege regi.
——



NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE:
Printed by J. WHITE and T. SAINT,
For L. Davis and C. Reymers, against
Cray's- Inn-Gate, Holborn, London;
Printers to the Royal Society.
MDCCLXV.



CONTENTS.

SECT.XXIII.

Of the Remedies against Licentiousness and Faction. The first Remedy.Page 140.

SECT.XXIV.

A second Remedy.p. 142.

SECT.XXV.

Some concomitant Remedies.p. 149.

SECT.XXVI.

Of the chief and essential Remedy.p. 156.

SECT.XXVII.

The Conclusion.p. 160.

Errat. p. 63, for "imbibed, read "imbued."

This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.