Black Dwarf,  1 (1817), 321–28.

State Trials—Reported Tumults—&c.





Natural Law, Theology of Nature, Radicalism

    Reviewing the different forms of tyranny, observes that some 'standing armies have overawed popular opinion, and chastised into silence the murmurs, "not loud, but deep," that would have risen in appeal to the God of nature, against the oppressors of mankind' (323).

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