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Toleration in Old and New England

To the PRINTER of the LONDON PACKET. SIR, I understand from the public papers, that in the debates on the bill for relieving the Dissenters in the point of subscription to the Church Articles, sundry reflections were thrown out against that people, importing, “that they themselves are of a persecuting intolerant spirit, for that when…

On the Writings of Zoroaster

To Ezra Stiles Dear Sir, London, Jany. 13. 1772 I receiv’d your Favour by Mr. Marchant, who appears a very worthy Gentleman, and I shall not fail to render him every Service in my Power. There is lately published in Paris, a Work intitled Zendavesta, or the Writings of Zoroaster, containing the Theological, Philosophical and…

Compar’d to these People Every Indian Is a Gentleman

To Joshua Babcock Dear Sir, London, Jan. 13. 1772 It was with great Pleasure I learnt by Mr. Marchant, that you and Mrs. Babcock and all your good Family continue well and happy. I hope I shall find you all in the same State when I next come your Way, and take Shelter as often…