Excerpt from Anecdotes of Junius: To Which Is Prefixed the King's Reply
Had jun'ius urged any thing worthy ofno tice,' unlefs it be for its malignity, he would have been indulged all the freedom of a Pa triot, and I would have laid afide the King to become a Difciple. A long ... letter, which has a te'ndency to dif'turb the iranquillity of't'ny reign, is firetched out to its enormous length by trite maxims and every artifice is employ 'cd to alienate the affections of my fubjet'ls. The charms of novelty are neglected to intro duce the poifon of malignity, and I am to be expofed to my people, for being in the fame circumftances as other Kings have been in be fore me.
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