In the general course of observation, this essay retains the
character of the original discourse, which was an attempt to
display the importance of the education of the people in reference,
mainly, to moral and religious interest. There are special
relations in which their ignorance or cultivation are of great
consequence to the welfare of the community. Some of them are of
indispensable consideration to the legislator and to the political
economist. But it is that general and moral view, in which
ignorance in the lower orders is beheld the cause of their vice,
irreligion and consequent misery, that the subject is attempted,
imperfectly and somewhat desultorily, to be illustrated in the
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