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According to the law which here holds sway, every infant born in wedlock is considered the husband’s; should he have good reasons to believe it not his, the law believes it for him, and relieves him of his scruples, and of the necessity for inquiry.
Persian Letters, Letter LXXXVII
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Persian Letters. 1901.



 
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