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LET us inquire! what mighty consequences are involved in these little words! whither have they not led! To what are they not destined to lead? Before them thrones have given way. Hierarchies have fallen, dungeons have disclosed their secrets. Iron bars, and iron laws, and more iron prejudices have given way; the prison house of the mind hath burst its fetters; science disclosed her treasures; truth her moral beauties; and civil liberty, sheathing her conquering sword, hath prepared to sit down in peace at the feet of knowledge.-Popular Lectures, by Frances Wright.
J. WATSON, 15, CITY ROAD, FINSBURY.
Address on the Influence of the Clerical Profession.
A Tract and a Warning.
Truth and Error.
On the Fear of God.
Address on the Hopes and Destinies of the Human Species.
Address on Free Inquiry.
On Fear as a Motive of Action.
On the Study of Theology.
Safest to Believe, or the Balance Struck.
Darby and Susan. A Tale of Old England.
Sermon on Loyalty.
Sermon on Free Inquiry.
Observations on Public Worship.
Situations: Lawyers, Clergy, Physicians, Men and Women.
Lecture on Consistency.
Galileo and the Inquisition.
Effects of Missionary Labours.
Republican Government, and