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But, however illiberally stated, it is in all probability just, though for a reason unknown to Cook.
Some people have very illiberally reported that Captain Phipps did not proceed as far as he might have done upon that expedition.
You are now but nineteen, an age at which most of your countrymen are illiberally getting drunk in port, at the university.
Considering the popular excesses in the colonies, Franklin's view was anything but illiberally radical.
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