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□'Who flings most filth, and wide pollutes around "The stream, be his the Weekly
Journals, bound, "A pig of lead to him who dives the best. "A peck of coals a-
piece shall.glad.the rest." 270 hall (pei In naked majesty great(pennis sjands, 267
App. The two were probably introduced to please Warburton. They are brought
together in the same line as a sort of Roper and Ridpath of the religious world,
Webster's Weekly Miscellany being one of the bitterest of anti-Methodist journals.
387, 397f-> 440 Warwick, Earl of 393 Wasse, Joseph, scholar 366, 458 Watts,
Isaac 78f., 172 Watts, J., publisher 31 Webster, Edward, secretary 127, 306, 458
Webster, William, author of 77k Weekly Miscellany 308, 458f. Weekly Journal ...
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