Thomas Day (writer)

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I never thought I had a right to sacrifice another being to my own good or pleasure; but whatever else ensued you would be placed in circumstances infinitely more favourable to happiness than before.

Thomas Day (22 June 174828 September 1789) was a British author and abolitionist. He is best known for writing the book The History of Sandford and Merton which emphasized Rousseauvian educational ideals.

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If there be an object truly ridiculous in nature, it is an American patriot, signing resolutions of independency with the one hand, and with the other brandishing a whip over his affrighted slaves.

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