Hugo Grim on Silence Dogood

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Silence Dogood, No. 14

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Silence Dogood, No. 13

  To the author of the New England Courant. SIR, In Persons of a contemplative Disposition, the most indifferent Things provoke the Exercise of the Imagination; and the Satisfactions which often arise to them thereby, are a certain Relief to the Labour of the Mind (when it has been intensely fix’d on more substantial Subjects) …

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Silence Dogood, No. 12

Quod est in cordi sobrii, est in ore ebrii. To the author of the New England Courant. SIR, It is no unprofitable tho’ unpleasant Pursuit, diligently to inspect and consider the Manners & Conversation of Men, who, insensible of the greatest Enjoyments of humane Life, abandon themselves to Vice from a false Notion of Pleasure and good Fellowship. …

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Silence Dogood, No. 11

Neque licitum interea est meam amicam visere. To the author of the New England Courant. SIR, From a natural Compassion to my Fellow-Creatures, I have sometimes been betray’d into Tears at the Sight of an Object of Charity, who by a bear Relation of his Circumstances, seem’d to demand the Assistance of those about him. …

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