I remember the Character very well; Notwithstanding the Precautions you have taken, it is very full: Itold you before, that where Thin s have a handsom Appearance every way, t ere can be no just Cause to suspect them. Ia#39;ll stick close to that; your Gen-s * tleman is all of a piece: You shall alter no. thing, either by retractinga#39; any of the good Qualities you have given him, or making Additions that are either clashing with, Or unsuitable to what you have allowa#39;d already. Cleaa#39;. I shall attemptanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Fable of the Bees: Or, Private Vices, Public Benefits; with an Essay on Charity and Charity-schools and a Search Into the Nature of Society|
|Author||:||Bernard de Mandeville|