- That the great affairs of the world, the wars, revolutions, etc., are carried on and affected by parties.
- The affairs of the Revolution occasion'd the interruption.
- Besides all this, the immense revolution of the present period, will necessarily turn our attention towards the author of it, and when virtuous principles have been pretended in it, it will be highly important to shew that such have really influenced; and, as your own character will be the principal one to receive a scrutiny, it is proper (even for its effects upon your vast and rising country, as well as upon England and upon Europe) that it should stand respectable and eternal.
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