Mirror of Literature,  7 (1826), 229–30.

My Native Land

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Nationalism, Scientific Practitioners, Piety

    The writer discourses on true patriotism. It is observed that England has blended 'literary greatness with private excellence' and has produced 'geniuses in every department of art and science [...] whose lives and deaths have been strictly in conformity to the principles they have inculcated', including notably Isaac Newton and Robert Boyle (230).

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