"When awake many fortuitous circumstances may happen to perplex and discompose us; but when the body is laid asleep, and the mind disencumbered of its load, we think and act with additional force--nothing then obstructs our activity or retards our promised bliss."
— Boyd, Hugh (1746-1794)
See The Indian Observer. By the Late Hugh Boyd, Esq. and Others. Compiled by Mr. Bone. (Calcutta: Printed by Joseph Cooper, 1795). <Link to ESTC>