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more legal power to the Clergy, but wishes they should have a considerable influence, founded on the opinion of mankind : the Whig is for limiting and watching them with a narrow jealousy.”
“ TO MR. PERKINS.
“ However often I have seen you, I have hitherto forgotten the note, but I bave now sent it: with my good wishes for the prosperity of you and your partner,' of whom, from our short conversation, I could not judge otherwise than favourably. I am, sir,
« Your most humble servant, “6 June 2, 1781."
“ SAM. Johnson."
| Mr. Barclay, a descendant of Robert Barclay, of Ury, the celebrated apologist of the people called Quakers, and remarkable for maintaining the principles of his venerable progenitor, with as much of the elegance of modern manners as is consistent with primitive simplicity.
END OF VOL, IV.
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