Letters From An American Farmer By Hector St. John De Crevecoeur

 -  Permit, I beseech thee, O
Father of nature, that our ancient virtues, and our industry, may
not be totally lost - Page 291
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Permit, I Beseech Thee, O Father Of Nature, That Our Ancient Virtues, And Our Industry, May Not Be Totally Lost:

And that as a reward for the great toils we have made on this new land, we may be restored to our ancient tranquillity, and enabled to fill it with successive generations, that will constantly thank thee for the ample subsistence thou hast given them.

The unreserved manner in which I have written must give you a convincing proof of that friendship and esteem, of which I am sure you never yet doubted. As members of the same society, as mutually bound by the ties of affection and old acquaintance, you certainly cannot avoid feeling for my distresses; you cannot avoid mourning with me over that load of physical and moral evil with which we are all oppressed. My own share of it I often overlook when I minutely contemplate all that hath befallen our native country.

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