Need of wise speech; of wise reticence no less. ... Written Paper of a#39;Reasons, a#39; to present the same.a#39; What Spmker Widdrington spoke on the ocmsion is happily lost; but his a#39;Reasons, a#39; which are very brief, remain on the Record;a#39; and will require to be transcribed. ... in their judgment, are most conducing to the good of the People thereof both in Spiritual and Civil concernments: They have therefore thoughtanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Works of Thomas Carlyle|
|Publisher||:||Рипол Классик -|