I was afraid, when I suffered myself to be drawn into this
argument, that I should be led into matters fitter to be decided by
men of another profession, than by lawyers. But since there is no
help now, I will lay before you what appears to me to be the
natural and plain account of this matter; leaving it to others, who
are better qualified, to give a fuller answer to the objection.
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