Excerpt from Liberty and Property: A Pamphlet Highly Necessary to Be Read by Every Englishman, Who Has the Least Regard for Those Two Invaluable Blessings
Though I have been Often challenged, and provoked in the molt abufive Language by a certain Set of Writers, to enter into forne of the Particulars of thofe Hardihips I complained of, I have hitherto remained filent. I was appreo henfive, that they were ﬂinging out a Bait on Purpofe for me, with which, if I had been taken, their Patron himfelf, either in his own Name, or the Name Of fome other Per/on, would have endeavoured to get my iuft Defence interpreted into a Libel, and have added to the Weight of all thofe tender Merties, of which I have already fo plentifully tafied. I am, per haps, at lai't falling into the mean and Wicked Snare, which has been long laid for me; but be that as it will, a certain decident has determined me to lay before my Country, at lcail fome few Particulars of the Ufage I have met with.
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