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The Independent reflector, or, Weekly essays on sundry important subjects, more particularly adapted to the Province of New-York

Author: William Livingston; Milton M Klein
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1963.
Series: John Harvard library.
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Republication of the Independent reflector, no. 1-52, originally published Nov. 30, 1752-Nov. 22, 1753. Bibliographical footnotes.
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Independent reflector, or, Weekly essays on sundry important subjects, more particularly adapted to the Province of New-York.
Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1963
(OCoLC)855977857
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Livingston; Milton M Klein
ISBN: 0674448502 9780674448506
OCLC Number: 10055123
Notes: Republication of: the Independent reflector, nos. 1-52, originally published Nov. 30, 1752-Nov. 22, 1753.
Description: ix, 460 pages : facsimile ; 24 cm
Contents: The introduction, or design of this paper --
Remarks on the excise; and the farming it, shewn to be injurious to the province --
The abuses of the road, and city-watch --
The different effects of an absolute and a limited monarchy : the glory of a prince ruling according to law, superior to that of an arbitrary sovereign; with the peculiar happiness of the British nation --
On the importation of mendicant foreigners --
A vindication of the Moravians, against the aspersions of their enemies --
A proposal of some farther regulations, for the speedier and more effectual extinguishing of fires, that may happen in this city --
A brief consideration of New-York, with respect to its natural advantages : its superiority in several instances, over some of the neighbouring colonies --
Public virtue to be distinguished by public honours : the selling of offices, which require skill and confidence, a dismal omen of the declension of a state --
Remarks on a petition, preferred to the corporation in the year 1748; lately revived, and now under consultation --
The author's vindication of himself : the treatment he has met with, scurrilous and unreasonable; with his resolution to proceed; and the disinterestedness of his labours --
The use and importance of the practice of physic; together with the difficulty of the science; and the dismal havock made by quacks and pretenders --
Of party-divisions --
[Remarks on the Water Lots, continued] --
The controversy between the Independent Reflector, and his adversaries, truly stated, and considered --
Of the transportation of felons --
Remarks on our intended college --
A continuation of the same subject --
The same subject continued --
A farther prosecution of the same subject --
Remarks on the college continued --
The same subject continued and concluded in, An address to the inhabitants of this province --
Of patriotism --
Reasons for the farther regulating of beef and pork; together with the necessity of an act for the inspection of butter --
Remarks on the excise, resumed --
Remarks on our bills of credit, and copper-pence --
A prayer --
On the delays in Chancery --
Of the extravagance of our funerals --
The multiplicity of oaths, and the levity and indecorum wherewith they are administered and taken, pernicious to society --
Primitive Christianity short and intelligible, modern Christianity voluminous and incomprehensible --
Of elections, and election-jobbers --
A discant on the origin, nature, use and abuse of civil government --
Of the veneration and contempt of the clergy --
Of abuses in the practice of the law --
The absurdity of the civil magistrate's interfering in matters of religion, part I --
The absurdity of the civil magistrate's interfering in matters of religion, part II --
Of passive obedience and non-resistance --
Further reflections on the doctrines of passive obedience and non-resistance, drawn from a consideration of the rights and privileges of human nature, and the due end and extent of government --
Of the use, abuse, and liberty of the Press --
A defence of ridicule --
The importance of the office of a Justice of Peace, with the qualifications necessary for its due discharge --
The vanity of birth and titles; with the absurdity of claiming respect without merit --
The arguments in support of an ecclesiastical establishment in this province, impartially considered, and refuted --
A catalogue of sundry grievances, which require immediate redress --
Of creeds and systems, together with the author's own creed --
Of credulity --
Of the waste of life --
Of human nature, the immortality of the soul, and whether it can exist without thinking --
The advantages of education, with the necessity of instituting grammar schools for the instruction of youth, preparatory to their admission into our intended college --
[On the college and the clergy] --
The consideration of the natural advantages of New-York, resumed and concluded --
Appendix I. Planned additional numbers of the Independent reflector --
Appendix II. The problem of authorship --
Appendix III. The Independent reflector and the Independent Whig.
Series Title: John Harvard library.
Other Titles: Independent reflector
Responsibility: by William Livingston and others ; edited by Milton M. Klein.

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Republication of the Independent reflector, no. 1-52, originally published Nov. 30, 1752-Nov. 22, 1753. Bibliographical footnotes.

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