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VI But, when that was not the case, death, from what- ever cause it might arise, rarely failed to subdue and propitiate their enemies, heighten and confirm the zeal of their friends, and procure for their me- mories, all that their warmest admirers could wish. That this return of their fellow citizens to reason and justice, occurred, in every instance, during the lives of the individuals injured, we do not maintain. This is true, in a more especial manner, in rela- tion to posthumous honour and reward. And it cannot be denied, that to the people and government of the United States, the vices of injustice and ingra- titude to public benefactors, are more deeply imputa- ble, than to those of any other nation. To render the tribute the more complete, the labours of the four were oftentimes united. Under these circumstances, if the enraptured poet refused or neglected to celebrate them in verse, the sober historian supplied his place, while the painter or the statuary willingly aided, in recalling their images, and perpetuating their fame. Of the affairs of Carthage our information is less O extensive, and perhaps less accurate.
DAVID CALDWELL, Clerk of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania- TO THE SURVIVING OFFICERS THE REVOLUTIONARY ARMY, Tliis ivork, commemorative of one of their ablest commanders, and most beloved companions in arms, is respectfully dedicated, imth a sincere wish, that in the evening of a life of patriotism and honour ', tliey may be permitted to repose in the lap of comfort, by Their very humble and Obedient servant, THE AUTHOR. Without intending to enter formally into a dis- cussion of this subject, we will be permitted to ob- serve, that we know not from what source evidence can be derived to confirm the accusation. It may be safely added, however, that, wherever they predomi- nate, they arise much more from some defect in the moral constitution of man, than from any thing pecu- liar in the civil compact.