The Age of George III
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from The Political House that Jack Built
"Burghers, men immaculate perhaps in all their private
functions, once combin'd, become a loathsome body, only fit for dissolution.
Power usurp'd is weakness when oppos'd; conscious of wrong, 'tis pusillanimous and prone to flight.
I could endure chains nowhere patiently' and chains at home, where I am free by birthright, not at all.
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