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Monthly Magazine (Newspaper) - September 1, 1804, London, Middlesex MONTHLY No. 119.3 SEPTEMBER 1, ORIGINAL For the Monthly REMARKS on MR. MALTHUS's OK the principles of T is now about five or fix fince Mr. Malthus volume on the Principles of which he his lately into one of ponderous quartos with which literature is at fo taxed and It may very unnatural in an author to attach more to his than it or to the errors of his own imagination the of important truths i but it certainly betrays great imprudence in him to have no companion either on the patience or the pockets his forget that derives but little b-y either When Mr. Malthas in this he from his to have neither read nor thought much upon the his zeal in overturning old and ones of affords a much proof of. an ardent than of a It is that a of fo many mould fo little effect in one or in improving the aid that opinions originally advanced fo contrary to the wife and benevolent of not have been fuffered to fink into rather than be protruded again notice in an inflated edition of 600 quarto Mr. Malthus's indeed his in this is to that there is a tendency in. nature to the world with that an is one of the calamities with which can By no exertions of or in can the productions of the earth be made to than in an while the mouths that them are unfortunately multiplying in a and hence the world -in a few centuries is in according to Mr. peopled with ten times more inhabitants No. 119. man it can has nature in vhP feeds of and lb in providing the and her every hert 6peration.s;iaJie always at variance with man is doomed to perpetually between the extremes of want In no- period do means A fruitful or a genial only to multiply his asr to produce which he is permitted enjoy the of except in the and Nor is beyond the means of for fined man whole of the animal even of getable Both brutes are equally impelled by a to this and the is in. ganger 4 % ofj in the of theic by anyi duty about them According to Mr. perpetual effort wards procreation rather towards mfc the one ia tkf ( or certain vibratory in human which hurries Them from to the fo as to prevent them from ever enjoying any comfort from the a fruitful or an The of the world in pail feems to have no effect in quieting Mr. Malthus's upon the molt moderate been multiplying his fand the greater part of the earth remains yet is the danger of an population fo that mould be immediately laid upon The poor be deterred from it by ths menace of deriving no from the wealthy for and women of all ranks mould be obliged continue in a of celibacy till they c
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