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To feel, and courage to redress her wrongs;
ARGUMENT OF THE FIFTH BOOK. A frosty morning. The foddering of cattle.-The woodman and his dog.-The poultry.-Whimsical effects of frost at a waterfall.— The Empress of Russia's palace of ice.--Amusements of monarchs.-War, one of them. -Wars, whence And whence monarchy. The evils of it.- English and French Loyalty contrasted. The Bastille, and a prisoner there. -Liberty the chief recommendation of this country.--Modern patriotism questionable, and why. - The perishable nature of the best buman institutions.--Spiritual liberty not perishable.The Savish state of man by nature.—Deliver him, Deift, if you can.-Grace must do it.—The respective merits of patriots and martyrs stated.--Their different treatment.--Happy freedon of the man whom grace makes free.--His relish of the works of God.-Address to the Creator.
tionable, and this country.-Medenly the chief recom
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THE WINTER MORNING WALK.
'Tis morning; and the sun, with ruddy orb
In spite of gravity, and fage remark