Imatges de pÓgina
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VIII. Of the Administration of Justice 232
IX. Of Crimes and Punishments
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Of Religious Establishments, and of
Tolération

303 XI. Of Population and Provision ; and

of Agriculture and Commerce, as fubfervient thereto

345 XII. Of War,and of Military Establishments 403

MORAL PHILOSOPHY.

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DUTIES TO OURSELVES.

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merely for the sake of method, by which the writer and the reader are equally assisted. To the subject itself it imports nothing; for, the obligation of all duties being fundamentally the same, it matters little under what class or title any of them are considered. In ftri&ness, there are few duties or crimes, which terminate in a man's self; and, so far as others are affected by their operation, they have been treated of in some article of the preceding book. We have reserved however to this head the rights of "VOL. 11,

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