The Guardian Genius of the Federal Union: Or, Patriotic Admonitions on the Signs of the Times, in Relation to the Evil Spirit of Party, Arising from the Root of All Our Evils, Human Slavery, Being the First Part of the Beauties of Philanthropy

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Tion and talent for reflection; the result is before the public. If any are disposed to censure the sincerity or severity of his strictures or selections, they will find at the end of the volume, the sermon of Jesus Christ, in whose gospel he is a believer, and of whose precepts a practiser. The re. Ward of virtue is a crown of thorns. To reform abuses, is to excite the villainy of the knaves that live by them, and the violence of their dupes and tools. The honest language of the author is, All the favor I ask of the public is, to read the book before they are offended and condemn it, for to reprobate without reading it, is ungenerous and unjust. And if they read and will not buy, I will thank them more than if they purchased, and refused to read it, as my object is not to make money, but to do good.

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