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Sir, the gentleman has inveighed with much severity against the [l] icentiousness10 of the camp; — which he identifies with a sink of corruption — & school of vice.
"Should the Office of Chief Magistrate Be Awarded to One Distinguished for His Military Services Rather Than to One Distinguished for His Civil Services?" Debate Speech of Leonard Henderson Taylor for the Dialectic Society, June 22, 1836
The house-devils that keep me company and this sink of corruption make me to carry low sails ....