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natural rights
used in The House of the Seven Gables

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rights that are naturally due because of human nature and the natural condition as contrasted to rights given by law
  • Now, sir, if the fugitive alight in some distant town, and find all the people babbling about that self-same dead man, whom he has fled so far to avoid the sight and thought of, will you not allow that his natural rights have been infringed?
    Chapter 17 — The Flight of Two Owls (90% in)

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