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Amelia began to give way to that natural infirmity of tears which, we have said, was one of the defects of this silly little thing.
As to the aristocratical form, it has the same vices and defects with the monarchical, except that the chance of abilities is better from the proportion of numbers, but there is still no security for the right use and application of them.*
This boy and weather-cock have the opposite defect to that of the previous pair: they give different responses to stimuli which do not differ in any relevant way.
Their defects by now had become so conspicuous, however, that even the more conservative admitted the desirability of at least a limited revision.
PARTY LINE was run out of Greenwich Village for a couple of years, then “Al Bell” more or less defected from the faltering ranks of Yippiedom, changing the newsletter’s name to TAP or TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
Neither do I say this, with theleast intention to detract from the many virtues of that excellentking, whose character, I am sensible, will, on this account, bevery much lessened in the opinion of an English reader: but I takethis defect among them to have risen from their ignorance, by nothaving hitherto reduced politics into a science, as the more acutewits of Europe have done.
This simplicity, however, to be fully perceived, requires much study and consideration; for it cannot be denied that the 'Wealth of Nations' exhibits a striking instance of that defect for which English authors have so often been blamed, viz.