Debtor and Creditor [1/2]
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Scientific Practitioners, Endeavour
'In our youthful days, we all remember to have read a pithy string of Maxims by Dr. Franklin; and we are accustomed to admire the pertinence of their wit,—but here their influence too often terminates' (227).
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