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By the Rev. Sir Archibald Mac Sarcasm, Bart., zéseisot.
« If there's a sin more deeply black than others,
H. MORE'S PERCY.
PRINTED FOR T. HURST;
AND BALLY, BATH; AND EVILL, WELLS.
Emery and Adams, Printers,
IMPELLED by the curiosity natural to the mind of man, I have diverted myself in reading the pamphlets, that rose like mushrooms, on the theatre of the Blagdon war, during the last two years.-This amusement has been strongly recommended to me by the faculty, having received benefit from the waters; for my constitution has sustained much injury in the wars of all sorts, and with all weapons, the pen, words, and the sword, in all climates, among all nations, people, kindreds, and languages, in which I myself, as well as my ancestors, for at least five thousand years, have, with various success, been engaged.
In this atrabilarious contest, the blood that has been shed is of the blackest kind, and indicates great rancour, melancholy, spleen, malice, hatred, and revenge, with a total absence of the milk of human kindness, love, forgiveness, charity, and a mutual