When he hears others complaining that they are not allowed freedom of action--that their own will has not sufficient influence in the regulation of their affairs--his inclination is, to ask, what are their grievances? what positive damage they sustain? and

Besides, whilst they are only made to acquire personal accomplishments, men will seek for pleasure in variety, and faithless husbands will make faithless wives; such ignorant beings, indeed, will be very excusable when, not taught to respect public good, n

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