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When and whence Mankind
came at the knowledge of these
Printed by SANDS, DONALDSON, MURRAY, and COCHRAN,
Sold by A. KINCAID & A. DONALDSON.
T VERY man, learned or unlearn-
man has a God; and as, now-a
days, they are generally of his own manufacture, they vary according to the imagination of the maker. It is impossible all the different opinions of mankind concerning these two important points should be true; yet self-love naturally prejudices each man in favour of his own, and the thirst of fame induces him to proselyte as many as he can, to the same way of thinking. Hence it is, that every vil