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Some years ago the Author published a few brief reflections, entitled, A Cursory View of Civil Government. Upon this tract he has exercised the same right with that of a man, who, having built a house which afterwards he finds small and inconvenient, pulls it down, to erect a larger and more commodious one in its stead; at the same time endeavouring, with a prudent economy, to make the best use he can of the old materials. This seemed necessary to be premised, for the sake of a very few readers, who may have met with the above tract; to others, it can be no point either of curiosity or consequence.