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Superstition In all Ages (1732) (fiscle part-I) Common Sense

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Superstition In all Ages (1732) (fiscle part-I)        Common Sense
There Is A Vast Empire Governed by A Monarch, Whose Conduct Does But
Confound The Minds Of His Subjects. He Desires To Be Known, Loved,
Respected, And Obeyed, But He Never Shows Himself; Everything tends To
Make Uncertain The Notions Which We Are Able To Form About Him.

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