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Silence Dogood, No. 14

Printed in The New-England Courant, October 8, 1722. Earum causarum quantum quaeque valeat, videamus. Cicero. To the Author of the New-England Courant. [No. XIV. Sir, It often happens, that...

Silence Dogood #13

To the Author of the New-England Courant. [No. XIII. Sir, In Persons of a contemplative Disposition, the most indifferent Things provoke the Exercise of the Imagination;...

Silence Dogood #12

September 10, 1722 Quod est in cordi sobrii, est in ore ebrii. "That which is in the heart of the inebriated is in the mouth of...

Silence Dogood #10

Optime societas hominum servabitur. Cic. To the author of the New England Courant. SIR, Discoursing lately with an intimate Friend of mine of the lamentable Condition of Widows,...

Silence Dogood #9

Corruptio optimi est pessima. To the Author of the New-England Courant. Sir, It has been for some Time a Question with me, Whether a Commonwealth suffers more...

Silence Dogood Letter #8

July 9, 1722 To the Author of the New-England Courant. [No. VIII. Sir, I prefer the following Abstract from the London Journal to any Thing of my...

A Voice from the Past- Silence Dogood Letter #7

Give me the Muse, whose generous Force, Impatient of the Reins, Pursues an unattempted Course, Breaks all the Criticks Iron Chains. Watts. To the Author of the New-England...

Voice From the Past #6

Quem Dies videt veniens Superbum, Hunc Dies vidit fugiens jacentem. Seneca. To the Author of the New-England Courant. [No. VI. Sir, Among the many reigning Vices of...

Voice from the Past #5

To the Author of the New-England Courant. [No. V Sir, I shall here present your Readers with a Letter from one, who informs me that I...

Voice from the Past #4

To the Author of the New-England Courant. [No. 4 Sir, Discoursing the other Day at Dinner with my Reverend Boarder, formerly mention'd, (whom for Distinction sake...