T. R. Malthus: The Unpublished Papers in the Collection of by T. R. Malthus

By T. R. Malthus

Stumbled on within the property of a far off nephew, and formerly unpublished, this publication is the second one of 2 volumes comprising a set of manuscripts via or with regards to T.R. Malthus. The texts encompass correspondence, sermons, essays and lecture notes on political economic system and heritage.

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Saw a very pretty waterfall about half a mile from the town before dinner. The fall & immediate situation remarkably well adapted for a drawing. * Obliged to go on 22 miles from Askrig*15 over a very stony road to Sedburgh*16 for a bed. Much pleased upon the whole with Wenslydale* – in the southern part the bottoms of the hills are rich – towards Sedburgh* bare. In much of 17 the west riding of yorkshire the crops of grass are very heavy. 18 In Wenslydale* they are but thin at present for want of warmth; & 19 Swaledale I was told lies20 still colder.

107 ‘cause’ is del. 108 ‘it would’ is del. 94 96 16 1 Sermons be difficult to conceive 109 by what means our feelings and affections could be so powerfully awakened and engaged, as by the circumstances connected with the death of Christ. There is first the love of God transcendently shewn* by a110 special interference with his 111 general laws for the purpose of removing the greatest of all evils, 112 the natural and necessary consequences of sin, and conferring the greatest of all benefits, eternal life.

The water was beautiful. In seeing mountains from a hill one is very apt to fancy that they will look higher when you get into the vale; but that is scarcely ever the case, only perhaps when you approach very near them. 54 The man with the boat observed that the hills look’d very low, which he interpreted as a sure sign of fine weather. 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 54 ‘fishhooks’ changed from ‘the fishhook man’. Skipton is south-east of Kendal, but the diary does not state that he passed through Skipton.

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