" To do something to instruct, but more to undeceive, the timid and admiring student; -to excite
his to place more cnnfidepoe in his own strength, and less in the infallibility of great names: -to help
him to emancipate his judgment from the shackles of authority, to teach him to distinguish between
sbewy lauguage and sound sense ;-to warn him not to pay bimself with words ;-to shew him, that
what may tickle the ear or dazzle the imagination, will not always inform the judgment:-to dispose
him nether to fast on ignorance than to feed himself with error."
Fragment on Government.
JANUARY TO DECEMBER INCLUSIVE,
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