Richard Chenevix Thomas Pery Knox. No nation, however, has existed in which this quality has been praised as highly as it should be ; perhaps, indeed, it is not within the bounds of human possibility to pay it all the respect which it merits.
|Title||:||An Essay Upon National Character: 1. General considerations upon the study of national character. 2. On pride and vanity. 3. On the pride and vanity of nations. 4. On social improvement. 5. On religion. 6. On morality. 7. On government. 8. On intellect|