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BOOK II. Continued.
URING the infancy of a nation, every member depends on his own industry for procuring the
necessaries of life: he is his own mafon, his own tailor, his own physician; and on himself he chiefly relies for offence as well as defence. Every savage can say, what few beggars among us can say, Onnia mea mecum porto; and hence the aptiVol. III.