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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 16, 1730, London, Middlesex \ N�. 9108. urarit. Wednefday, December 16,1730. -An Anfwer to a Pamphlet, intitled; Sequel to the Observations on _ the Writings of the.Craftsman.. the Pamphler I anr about to animadvert upon has received the Approbation of many and good Judges, yet cannot that prevail upon meio withhold my'Reafons for differing from the Au- - - ------tbor in fomeThings. Li- Ibetty of private Judgment is allowed in Mat-terYrif the bigheir Moment; and, I thank God for the Gooonefs of our Conftitution, every IWari may in Englandffpeak his- Opinions free-1 ly, hay if he backs them with Arguments, he* has a likelihood of procuring Hearers, and a' Chance of malting Profelytes. I foal] there-fdre, without Apology; venture upon ^examining fome Points which this Writer has ad-vknted ; arid f am in hopes,; whoever hejs, that he will expect none, when he finds himfelf treated with Candor, and, his Miftakes cen-fnr'd with that Decency which a fair Adversary fhould ufe agaio(i ajKappiauded Author. 4'hzye a general Objection, to tbe^Method 4f abuEng by;Paraffe:isit is a Trick, only capable of im�pfin� iflpen ^eakeft MinrJj. A Parky in Logiek ts pokj:ii^^^wbsfno iJiiJcreflce orI)i&in&^ tween the two Things compard, wbich is a Cafe alrrioft impoffibie tomeetwith jbtrt Sa-ty rifts building upon this Rule, generally forego alLPretences tp Argumertfarion, they compare lodfe Parts of one to the whole of aho-ther, and then demand their Readers Applaufift for hinting at a Conclufidn which is utterly falle, yet puzrles rbeirAnragoriift to deny. This Author avow* the ufe of Parallels in toe following Words, I do not pretend in " the Profecution of this Defign, thatthefe **f Extracts i have drawn out of.2^*�*s.Hifto-. " ry of dW Aricefror.% have never jqiiinted it ** &?Cti&YaS[efi of feme of our Cotempprarfes. Hejaftty ufes the'Word fainted - for 1 think? I 'can demonfi rate, that a Similitude can. fcareely be fboiid, ,at kaft I am fureit does not rnri upon all-Fours. . JI agr^e with him, when he afterwards fays that be does not applaud that manner cf Vfaiting^ Bot ohetbinks if tic itfes it\ he-ought to take car? of drawing a Ukenefs which might ftrifee^ at leaft, fome jpeopfe., Tba| King Edward IV. war a brave '.Prince; that he had g, Queen; whofe ibfe Hkp^mefsrceotrecl irtjthe Conformity ta his Will,and jn Ptirfuit of bis �a
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