Argument in favour of a variety of forms - Compared with the argument in favour of a variety of religious creeds. - That there is one best form of government proved - From the unity of truth - From the nature of man. - Objection from human weakness and prejudice. - Danger in establishing an imperfect code. - Manner of nations produced by their forms of government. - Gradual improvement necessary. - Simplicity chiefly to be desired. - Publication of truth the grand instrument - By individuals, not by government - The truth entire and not by parcels. - Sort of progress to be desired.