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ARTICLE 1.-OF THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN NATU
RAL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS.
Burke's Reflections on the Revolution in France, 1790.
Dr. Johnson's well known remark concerning Burke, that any one who should chance to meet him under a shed, whither both had run to avoid a shower, would feel him to be an extraordinary man, has an illustration in the intrinsic value and continued popularity of those political essays which related to current events, and were intended to be tracts for the times. Critics may complain of redundant and occasionally extravagant imagery, and statesmen may allege graver faults still; yet, for splendor of style, and for qualities incomparably higher than any rhetorical merit, the Reflections on the French Revolution will always command the admiration of the students of political science. No doubt serious defects in