Excerpt from The Present State of Jacobitism in England: A Second Part; In Answer to the First
Poverty and Meanefs, which is a Safeguard to all Men elfe, mull, it feems, be nosecurity to Us; we hoped that when we had parted with all for our Confciences, we had ¿ood out of the... way of Envy, Innocence guarded with Indigence, is doubly Fortify'd. We have feen mighty Of. Fenders, who, by quitting their Polls, have Satisfy'd the Cries of Juf'tice, and they permitted to Enjoy the Spoils, without Reproof, and without Molef'tation. But our with drawing mufi flop no Profecution, and altho' it hath left us nothing, yet that Nothing mul't be as keenly purfued as if we had the Wealth of the Nation to Account for, our very Rags are Criminal, and when we are Stript to the Skin, our Nakednefs muff be Scourg'd, and like eather Glaffes, the Lower we fall, the Higher the Storms an e.
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