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jEro tniILR-IiPA YB e ft e m b e Rr yzto F RID A Y September 14, 1764
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pullijhed' his Law cNA T IONS, r- by himfelf, , and he necefiarily ftandsln need of
gwally-in, 'FvtiiQhi a Tranjlttkn-ofit-into the affiftanceandTuppbrt-'orcreatiiFeJik him-
JEngliih 7 tffry made and pubiifiecf in, Eng- - fclf,' io preferve and perfect ; hisf own beings
land 5 .as this Bock is reckoned ainang thefirf n
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h apreeabe. their ' reaion and -Knowiedce ; ana tnis being
ren deridn telli gcht,
will not be u
0& 0 QN G til e works of genius, thods ofprc(er v ing t he rn iclvcint fupplying
m'S learning, and erudition, which their wants. JEvery one alfo becomes fcnfible,
I Al & appeared or late, we mayrrccr mat nc can ncitnerj iive n-ppny, nor improve
J8f3 litJs a-nianifeft.prooftliat (hfe
JVflrm Ihould converfe with one ario-
trench, by M. de Vattd j,a traniiation ot ther, and grant to cacn tneir mutual, aia ana
which into our laneuoe has been very lately affiltancc : from that natu
publuhed. ThrcoiUents of
vafffo jsr- that each fliould do for f
variety of artiClesthatt is Jnipo
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is to gtve ourVreadersva ftrw.c at th
iiiterelHne to everv Eritifh reader as it Jcan- bly to their nature, , and in conformity to the
not but ftord hun great pleafure-and aatisfac a jawanat
( tion to ice the o qVn country- our own faftty, our happinefs, and oujr moft
":incn adopted throughoutandou conili precious vangesj-qujh
tntionpmduced "as tbe;mofVwife and; happy;" every one oFijs;: Irifca
I ne quotations wnicn we mr.ciia-.ro rnasc ntuy inc wuuu vvuiuu ,ciijuy, wuc .Miiui;
ihall be confiheel to fuch as pre moft interett- v willm' Gn the contrary :
' ing ; and .yer this-is difficut-tafky-fince-it is iflevcry-wman and7jrnme--L
hard to fihd a fihgle . p3ge throughout the diately
workihat can be called difinterefting, v others,' ail;ankind ;woulH. be very unhappy
The author, by way of introduHon, fhews Let us then endeavour to promote the happi
the principles, of the Law of nafions in which ,'f nefscf allj - thus all will endeavour to promote
Hfc,obftryes; :uppn natural fociety, ; tht " Man ours,; and :we Oiall eftablifli qut- felicity on
mollfolid 'foundaUons,.,i! v.:
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