David Hume Quote

Between married persons, the cement of friendship is by the laws supposed so strong as to abolish all division of possessions: andhas often, in reality, the force ascribed to it.


Essays and Treatises on several subjects, etc. New edition (ed. 1758)

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Between married persons, the cement of friendship is by the laws supposed so strong as to abolish all division of possessions: andhas often, in...

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Between married persons, the cement of friendship is by the laws supposed so strong as to abolish all division of possessions: andhas often, in...

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Between married persons, the cement of friendship is by the laws supposed so strong as to abolish all division of possessions: andhas often, in...

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Between married persons, the cement of friendship is by the laws supposed so strong as to abolish all division of possessions: andhas often, in...