A second collection of Cato's letters, in the British Journal

Publication Date1723
RemainderContaining the following papers, viz. An argument for publick virtue, taken from a regard to posterity. Of the swift decay of popish states, occasion'd by the popish religion. Of the necessity of restraints upon magistrates. Of bigottry. Gratitude of free states. The use of words. Of good breeding. On false reverence. Of hereditary right. To which is prefix'd, a letter from Horatius to Cato, upon his numerous adversaries and answerers
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