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Excerpt from The Folly, Guilt, and Mischiefs of Duelling: A Sermon, Preached in the College Chapel at New Haven, on the Sabbath Preceding the Annual Commencement, September, 1804
Countries agreeing, with a fingle voice, that fuch ought to be the faet and uniting with a fingle ef fort, to bring it to pals. Above all he would cer tainly conclude, that, whatever might be the de cifion of the vulgar, and the ignorant, there could be but one opinion, in fuch countries, among thole who filled the fuperior ranks of fociety.
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