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Of Detraction
Publication:The Connecticut Courant (1764-1774) - Hartford, Conn.
Date:Dec 24, 1764
 Abstract (Document Summary)

DETRACTION is one of the meanest vices the soul, and such a vice as none are found ... of, who have an elevated genius. We commonly had this of ... thick to groveling minds. Low people, by a mistaken notion, imagining a ... revenge speaks a ... and ... as much ... ... a ... expectations...


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