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THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
A NEW EDITION.
PRINTED FOR C. AND J. RIVINGTON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD,
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A Vindication of Natural Society: or, a
View of the Miseries and Evils arising
to Mankind from every Species of Ar-
A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin
of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beauti-
ful; with an Introductory Discourse
TO THE READER.
THE 'HE late Mr. Burke, from a principle of unaffected humility, which they, who were the most intimately acquainted with his character, best know to have been in his estimation one of the most important moral duties, never himself made any collection of the various publications with which, during a period of forty years, he adorned and enriched the literature of this country. When, however, the rapid and unexampled demand for his "Reflections on the Revolution of France” had unequivocally testified his celebrity as a writer, some of his friends so far prevailed upon him, that he permitted them to put forth a regular edition of his Works. Accordingly, three volumes in quarto appeared under that title in 1792, printed for the late Mr. Dodsley. That edition, thereA 3 fore,