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" And as laws are enacted to enforce good morals, or at least to prevent the ill effects of bad ones, so there are certain rules of civility, universally implied and received, to enforce good manners, and punish bad ones. And indeed there seems to me to... "
Letters, Sentences, and Maxims - Σελίδα 221
των Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - 1888 - 327 σελίδες
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