Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
The life, studies and works of Benjamin West, Esq. president of The Royal Academy of London
Person:
Galt, John
Persistente ID:
urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1662038
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/resolver?urn=urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1663979
138 
He 
u pbraided 
him 
with 
the meanness of 
his disi 
position, 
in 
consenting 
to 
make 
himself 
slave. 
He demanded if he had forgotten that the Great 
Spirit had planted the Indian corn for their use, 
and filled the forests with game, the air with 
birds, and the waters with fish, that they might 
be free. He represented the institutions of civi- 
lized society as calculated to make him depen- 
dant on the labour of others, and subject to every 
chance that might interrupt their disposition to 
supply his wants. The actor obeyed his brother, 
and returning to the Woods, was never seen again 
in the town. [A] 
may, 
It 
perhaps, 
im pertinent di- 
not be an 
gression 
to 
contrast 
this 
singular 
OCCU FY6008 
in 
the 
theatre of New York, 
with 
another truly 
ropean, 
to which 
in 
witness, 
WES 3 
M r. YVest 
the 
Cathedral of St. Peter's. Among other intelligent. 
acquaintances which he formed in Rome, was the 
Abate-E Grant, 
one of 
the adherents of 
unfor- 
that 
tunate 
family, 
whom 
the baseness of 
their confl- 
dential 
servants, 
and 
the 
factions 
of 
ambitious 
demagogues, deprived, collectively, of their birth- 
right. This priest, though a firm Jacobite in
        

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