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New York

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...nary than the husbandman in his mo- tives, while he is certainly much more liberal of his gains. One deals in thousands, the other in tens and twentie... ...ests with a friendly eye, and of associating themselves with its fortunes, liberalizes its mind and wishes, and confers a catholic spirit that the cap... ...There is one great advantage in the monarchical principle, when subdued by liberal institutions, as in the case of the government of that nation from ... ...l election fully equals the ex- penditures of the empire of Great Britain, liberal as they are known to be, for the maintenance of the dignity of its ... ... of his earthly being for consolation and support. The wrongs committed by democracies are of the most cruel character; and though wanting in that app...

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