weary of this world, when like a man who hangs upon a precipice, his present situation is uneasy, and the - moment that he quits his hold, he is sure of sinking into hell or annihilation. There is not any character so hatesul as his who invents racks and tortures for mankind. The freethinkers make it their business to introduce doubts, . perplexities and despair into the minds of men, and according, to the poeta#39;s rule, are most justly punished : by their Own schemes.. The Voyage of Life.
|Title||:||The Moral Miscellany|