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Chapter 3: England and its dependencies 1763. North of the channel that bounded France, liberty chap. III.} 1763. was enjoyed by a wise and happy people, whose domestic character was mar
English treatises on the human understanding were the sources of the materialism of France.
In the atmosphere of England Voltaire ripened the speculative views which he pub-
chap. III. e as must, in itself, always be hateful to a free people, and always be in danger; yet, while in France the burgesses were preparing to overthrow the peerage, in England there was no incessant struggl among monarchies, really possessed a legislative constitution.
In the pride of comparison with France and Spain, it was a part of the Englishman's nationality to maintain the perfection of British i
As a consequence, they thought themselves superior to every other nation.
The Frenchman loved France, and when away from it, longed to return to it, as the only country where life could be thorough