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Are developed and ar- expands, and keeps an with them, grows with their growth equal progress and strengthens with their strength it sympathises with the body in health and sickness and, as the farive at maturity, the soul ; ; culty of thinking ripens, so it decays with the body, and, to all appearance, ceases at the time of death ; and there is no more reason to believe that the soul continues to exist after the dissolution of the body, than that it existed previous to its birth. All appearances, therefore, are against the idea of the soul or any part of man continuing to subsist after death.
Helena object of his We betrayed any symptoms of compunction for all the lives that were sacrificed at the shrine of his inordinate ambition our ; neither have own heaven-born we ever heard that minister ever manifested any remorse for all the blood that was shed in consequence of his pertinacious adherence to his fatal and sanguinary policy ; though he is said to have lamented its ill success in his last moments. It must, however, be admitted, that one of them at least was wrong, and therefore responsible to God and man for such and prodigality of blood.
NATURAL RELIGION. when Edward III. was inWales was hard pressed by the enemy, and solicited to send him a reinforce- At the battle of Crecy, formed that the Prince of ment, he refused it, saying, that his son should have the whole glory of the day. This unfeeling and barbarous reply has been quoted by some as an act of magnanimity ; and this king had the magnanimity to withhold a seasonable reinforcement, which would have decided at once the bloody contest, and saved the lives of those who fell and protracted conflict, merely to weave a garland for the head of his son.
A Concise View of the Evidences and Corruptions of Christianity by P. M. Carey