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Being a complete collection of the best Lettets (including those

of JUNIUS) and Essays from the Dailv: Papers; 'arranged
as to elucidate each other, and illustrated with occasional
Notes and References.

VOL. II.

Floriferis ut apes in saltibus omnia libant,
Omnia nos itidem ; depafcimur aurea dicta ;
Aurea, perpetua semper dignissima vita.

LUCRET.

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near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand; S. BLADON, in
Pater-nofter-row; and C. ETHERINGTON, at York.

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THE

TREASURY:

OR, IMPARTIAL COMPENDIUM

Politics and LITERATURE,

FOR
JUN E, 1770.

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EN renounce the rights they have from nature to live in society : they give up a part of their natural freedom to submit to laws. They give authority to a ruler, and

while he continues to govern according to the regulati. ons they have agreed upon, it is not lawful for them, and they have no inclination, to set him aside. They could enjoy no happiness or security while they were folitary and at war with each other, and to procure them, they form a community. These then are the ends of government; and the voice of the people must perpetually be attended to. If they feel grievances and complain of them, they ought immediately to receive redress. Their wounds Vol. II.

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