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British Press (Newspaper) - January 4, 1820, London, Middlesex Number 53^8. LONDON, TUESDAY, ^:^NtlAllY 4. 1820 Price THEATRn-ItOYAL, DRVRY-LAKE. THIS EVENING, TltESDAY. .iHi.uHry 4. his niajesty'n Servants will prifortn tlie Coinedy of THR COUNIKV GIKL. Jloorff, I\Ir. Inn ; l?^tirimrl. jyr. Peiilry ; Belrille, r Barnattl; Spiikisli, Mr. I^H^*l�ll.i Miss Peggy, KlUs ;iy; Alnlien, Mrs. H(igli.-�; l.�cy, Mf�. Orjrr. ^1 irliirit, 8lh "fimr,'an rnlirfly nrtr febmfi Patltomime, .rnlleii : JACK AND THp BEAN STAl.K; Or, HARLEQUIN AND tuk OGRE. TIip Ojjri-, Mr. Hiuisoii: Jack, Miss I'ovpy, artfrirnrtl" Har-l-liiin. Mr Bolnena ; I'.inlftloon, Mr. P-llioU Clmin, IMr. 'oiifhbv ; naliail Sin^pr, Mr. Bpn.'jon. .I.irk*s MoU�Pr, AIr�. �V.irc**; .Ijinplla (aflrrTi-nrd� Ci)!iimf>ini'), Miss Trrp ; Ar^ia, ;ni>(! GPiiiiis .of the iiarp, Mrs. Orger ; Nigra, Ogre's Wife inil F.vilGenips, Mr. Mcieililli. A grofpsqne P.is Dpiix, by iVTps�rB. Riito^im and Siiulliby. � SpdI Ijy Miss Tier. Ciyrs 7s.; Sfcoml Price Ss. 6i).-Pi! 3.s. fid.;. Si-rond re 2".-Lowpr Gnllrry 2s.; .Stmiid Price li.-Vp\ifr Mpry Is.; Scroiid Price 6d. "he B'lX.Onicewm be opri) IVoin Eleven lill Fire oTluck ^Places In he fakpn of Mc, R rpll. Umijv.ki'Cper. rivate Rnxcs to be had (nightly) x-Oflice Receipts, ilir private j .,>xrs .inil Tirkcl Deparlmriit, as well ns llie general arrange-itifitt iif the Oiiors. Tiie new Pantomime nf Jaci: and llie Bran .Stalk will be [ri...nt<^l every evemng IHI further iirflicp, * 'Vit miirrow, the Opera of Guy Mannering. run A TRF.-no yal, no rF.KT-aAitDr.y. Tins EVEMNG. TUESDAY. J^nuury 4, will be oclcd Shakspeare's COMEDY OF EflROriS. Ill V\yr Acts-with Songs, Ducts, lie MANOPACTORING SV.*�TEM of GREAT KRI-TAIN; in which P-re shewn ihe Mischievous F.irccts of our present llealricliTe L��s; wA the Benifirial Ktsn^ft lliat wiinld accrue from a Free Trade. In llfia pamphlet are pnrliriilarly considered the mistaken notino of the Corn I.nwslipins henificial to the Agricultural Interest, the very great- adi-antnje of opening the Chinese Seas, &c. " '> Printed fur.loUn Miller, BMrlinglnn-arcadp. 7d. OST or mislairf, flboiit Iwplve inoiitlw siiipp, a RANK NOTE for TEPI POUNU.S. No. 9,293, dated 3Ist Ortober, ISIS,' jiVint^ijl of which ha!> been stopped at Ihe Bank.'-nhofja^*.UHiring it to .Mr. JAMES iOClETY FOR PROMOTING CHUIS- >3 TlAN KNOUr.EDGE. SPEClAf. FtTNO FOR COUNTF.RAimNG INFIDEL AND BLASPHEMOUS PUBLICATIONS', CoiilfibuHons already received :_ � s His Grace the Arcli-Itishop of CaiHcr- -; linry � JOO : His (;'race (he AJEtb-I:; :1)i.tiop of V%rlff.' 100 Tbe l.orii Rishpp of B1 ngor Sf* 0 i I.ortl Viv Sidmonlh aO The Enri of Liver- 01 pool H)0 The Lord Bishop of 0| Li'iroln The liiiilil Hon. C. M. Sntiini. Spenker of llie Ui>use of Conioions T. -w. HiJaumont, Esii. m.p. Tlie rhanrellor of Ihe ] Evcheiiner 0 I Tiie L"ri\ Bishop of 0 j Carlisle 30 0 52 10 20 0 lxchant;e Assurance (')tHi SKlLLINGS REWARD. SSCRATN-CE COMPANY, f;324, adjoining the Circii", fjPriiiccs.Rireet, Edinburgh ; f;.n�bii.i. �ALONE MKJXION. poll, eirrry (ltaCrl(jtion of uitcd Kinsfdom, npon reason- 21 25 2.-) 21 j Tlie Lord Bishop of 10 21 5 10 25 20 .�so 30 30 FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY. The two popnlsr new pieces of Small Profitli do Great Thiiiffs, and The Force of Conscience, must be temporarily wiiliihnwn after Wednesday, to mike room for the new grand seriou.s Romance of The Propheryj which will po-filively be produced on Thursday next. Thi- Rurlettn I'iifTiance of Mouse-Traps being nightly received with rerruine teslimotiies of mirthful spprubatiun, will be acted fv.-ry Evening. SURREY THEATRE. THIS EVENING, TUE.SDAY, Jmnary 4, Biid To-moriow only, will be performed (eighth and niath limes) an entirely new Burlettn. in two arls, called .SMALL PROFITS DO GREAT THINGS. Old Retail, Mr. W. S. Chalterley ; Charles Uetail, Mr. Copeland, jun. Cecilia, Miss Witliam. After the Burlelta, eightli lime, THE FORCE OF C'OiV.SCIEiVCE ; Or, THE ACCUSING SPIRIT. Glinville, Mr. Bengough. laabel. Miss Taylor; Arielte, Mrs. Horn. The Evening'c Entertainments to conclude with an entirely new Comic Burlelta. in two arls. callpd MOUSE-TRAPS; Or, THE MOCNTAIN COTTAGER. The Proprietor has the pleasure to announce, that ' Mrs. Mouniaib will slinrtly make hpr appearance in a new Burlelta. A new Romance is also in preparation, called Ivanhop, or Ihe Jew's Daughter ; and many other Novelties are in great forwardness. IRfSa FREE SCHOOLS, 55, GEORGE-STREET, ST. GILES'S. January 1, 1820. :HE COMMITTEE fnr mBtinyii.j; the Sub. scriplioiis rai.sed lo afford some Clothing and Food to Ihe poor Irish Children in the ST. GILES'S IRISH FREE Ilereford The Dean of Lincoln Frederick Wel.li. E.'.q. lO.-i G. Gipp., Esq M.P. Ill Mrs..Iacomb 2 The Lord Hiahop of Si. As.iph 50 0 ! Stephen Gaselee, Esq. .5 FrandsWightwirk.F.sq. 5 Hon. and Rev. R. Cii-t 5 The Lord Bisbop of Exeter 30 Rev. W. IT. Coleridge 1 Nirliolas-Brown, F.-q. .'') N. B. Edmonslone, lii^q. ��< Francis Lloyd, F.
q. 3 0 5 0 Messrs. Gosliii,!s and .'i .'l Sllnrpc 5-2 10 10 10 Rev. M. Borkley 5 0 20 0 Barker, I-^q. 11) 10 5 5 Sir J. Langhain, Bait. 30 0 5 5 Mr. J. Delafiell o o 5 5 Mr= J. Delafield 2 2 5 0 Riv. J. Lighiloot 2 2 ft (1 N. Chaninnion, Esq. 10 10 .'i 5 Rev. Dr. Jolison 10 0 10 0 Kev. Dr. Hnihes 111 i) 50 0 Chas. Dnncninhe, Esq .25 0 Capt..(. l-^lsecumlje 5 (1 10 0 liev. T. Sikes 10 10 5 0 Sir G Bi-anniont 5 5 1 1 Hev.Archdeardii Owen 25 0' 5 0 W.Sik.s. Esq. 5 0 5 0 Wm. Collun, E�i|. 10 0 .�> 0 J. F. 10 0 5 n Rpv. Dr. Tnnmay 10 lo 5 0 �Marquis of llerlforJ so 0 5 0 J.Tumor, E.q- 5 5 20 1) E Turuor, Esq. 10 0 f Rev. W.J. Rodber 3 3 25 0 Castle Cary Committee 14 l5 50 0 i Rev. Duke Vonge 2 18 'Kford market; or by Mt. Fintsran, the Master, at the VhooUliouse,-85, Geoi-sje-street, St. Giles's. DIGBV mackwobth, Presiideiil. A new year'S GIFT. UlE opetliiiK of a New YeHr natiirtlly exciffs sentiments of profoiiBil grniilu.lu from .Messrs. row. LAND and SON, sole Prni.riclor, of the GENUINE Macassar, oil, for the unparalleled gall-nnage with ivhicb a (fheefti ttiM roing pitblic haii hoiioureH Ihnt idmiTod sriicle. Un virHtTSftn pmmolinglbegrewih of hair, J>e,>�oMfyin^..iiul|�reserviug'it from Ifilaiicy to Old Age, are now -bninm Fbroiighunt the habitable globe. To ^rents Riiil gunrEHms a more ncceplablc pre>;eiit lo Ihos^undei-Jlieir care cannot be granted, than n supply of ro wla !VD'.S �MAC.-l.SSAR OIL. 'It eradiealra the sotirf,.�:r. pxtremely e.isy, �iid rendri'S the hair firm-incrpn�e� ils groivlb-ren-'lers- it nofr, curly, �n<] ghi.isy.; i" short, prodncps a bcauiifnl head of nair. Price 3s. ffd-lOii. 6d. and one ^linea per Tlie Lord Biishup of LcMidotl 0(1 The Lord Bishop of Dnrliam 100 0 The Lord Bishop of '.Vinrhrsler 50 Oj The Loril Binhnp of Lichfield and Co-iciilrv 30 0 The l.oril HiihClian- crllor of Enaland 100 The Lord Keiiyon 50 The E^lrl of Siiafles- bnry C. S. Sirnnir, Esq. L. II. Petit, Esq. The Very Uev. Dean of Chester Rev. Dr. Wordsworth The Lord Bi p of Pcterlinrougll IMis-4 E. Trcvetien Joshua Watson, Esq. Rer. H. H. Nnrri, The Lord Bishop of Laodnil' Hon. Mr.Jnslirc Park 20 lion.Mr Justice Rich- .irdson 10 lf> R(v. W. R. I.yall 5 0 liev.T. L. Strong 5 5 The Lord Bishop of Bristol 25 0 James Cnmming. Esq. 6 0 Jas. PowclU jun. Esq. 5 0 L. Sliadwell, Esq. 5 0 Hpv. Archdeacon Watson The Lord Bishop of Elv Rev. Tims. Randolph 5 0 Esq. 5' 5 Rpv. A. M. Campbell 5 0 J. Dvson, Esq. 10 10 Right Hon.J.C. VII- liers.^. Rev. Geo. Richards Rrv. Dr. Walmsley The Lord Bishop of Chester T. Wilson, Esq. m.P. Rev. Dr. Ashnrat Rev. Dr. Gauntlelt Rev. C. L. Ke. by Hon.and Riv. F. Bert The l-ord Bishop of Oxford T. Warburlon, Esq. Rev. Daniel Everard Rev J. li.Sprs The Lord Bishop of Gl'incpsler Right Hon. Robert Peel, 1\I P. Rev. J. Bull, Ch.Cli. Rev G. Beresford C.T. Blirk, Esq. W. Divis, Esq. r. Burton, E.sq. Lord Elleohorough Rev. Dr. Gnakin Rev. W Parker Mr. R Gilbert Rev. Dr. Mant J. Hound, Esq. ]. Biiwdler, Esq Rev. J. Russi II Sir R. Perl, Bart. Rev. N. Ellison, Ball Col. Wm. Llovtl, Esq. Rev. P,. (iwen K.v.G. D'Oyly Kev. J. I^onsdnle li. Powell, F.sq. Rev. G, Shepheid Rev. T. Rennell Rev. C, Lloyd Mn>ler i>f tlic Rolls Nnrwith The Earl Browntow Tlie under-menlioned Tracts may now be had nl the So-ciely's Office for the SaW of Temporary .-ind (>CEa.sional Tracts, No. 21, Fleel-alreet, nearly oppoaiveCliancery. lane, Loudon;- s, d, Leslie's Short and Easy Method with tbe Deists.... 0 3 Leslie's Truth of Christianity Demonstrated...... Bishop Portcus'g Evidences of tbe Truth of Chris- ' tianity, bound...�.�....-.................... Ditto, half-bound............................ Bishop Home's Letter to Adam Smilh ......... Risliop Walson's Apology fur the Bible.......... Bishop Gibsoirs three Pantorul Letters on ibfide-lity, 3d, each.or together..................... Lord Lyllellon'a Observations on the Conversion of Si. Paul................................... Bishop Sherlock's Trial of ihe Wiliiesses HOLLAKD, at the Roj Cornbill, shnll receive T-January ,4, 1829... HOPE FIR^ AND I.IFJ Offices, 10, Lndgstp-bill, Oxfonl-slreel, Luniluu ; a^d 18, Wrstmot-elHud-sIl FIRE OFFICE.-CA POLRMKS eflirctfd Propirly within the able term.^. Losses tire uniformly paid by ibis Cumpany with libe-rafity "nd promptitude. , ' P.ilicies which ex\tire al Clirislmas should he renewed wiihiii fifteen days thereafter, or tbcsw>e will become void. -J^ ....., LIFE OFFICE-CAPITAL ONE MILLION. Persons assiii-tUEr in ttlis OInee participate in profits, withrtiil incurring ibe liatiiiiiy of loss, the Proprielors liav-iii:i (inderlakeo all responsibility; upon which prin.^iple numerous are llie insinnces of Ten, Twenty, and Thii-iy per f'eiil.heiiigpaid in addition totlieaniouni assured; and cases Irive ocrurr'-d (when Ihe duration of life has been consider-ahly prolonged) where the payment Ins been iiuire than doiihle ihe sum assured. .A Bonus, amonntivrj in wost iiularrcj fo 23 per cent, n}id in .lomr fn iipu'nrfix nf 30 ;;er CfVt mi the prcmntvi priid vifJirf Ihe lent snvp.n frnnrs, entii'ifr nt iMlchnFlmas /�111, litis liQFii ndde'l In all I'allcies of Asm ance. effected in t.'iis Office for Ihru-hnic pi-riod of Life. No Emraiice Monev, Admission Fee, or other Official CliHrgc, exacted. ' WlLLl-AM BURY, Sec. SPENCE'S ANECDOTES. This d.iy are-piiii!ishcd, in one vo>(ime crown 8eo. price 8 e Etqof Efctropla Miuonv; by the same Author. ' ' ' LETTEIi FROM THE ARCTIC LAND EXPEDITION. [From P.'ackwood's Hdinburgk Mugazinc] We liHve Ween favonred with a coy.y of lUe ToU Inwii'g iiitere.stiiit; letter, arl from Sold .bX .he �le lVol.ri.-.Ws A. W)WLAJVD^.^?0^ ^ rornr, ,^*KlrIiy.l.lr�'lV IW firsf r.lrh-nft o� i> and alihnugh we could perceive that we were carried along by a violent current, yet the fog deprived ns of nseerlaining its direction, and- the depth of water was loo eeeat to admit of our anchoring. 'After remaining in this.situntiun for Iwii. or three hours, receiving occasionally some heary blows from the ice, an alaim was given lhal we Were close on the rocks. t\'e lill ran npun deck, and beheld a Iremvu-dous clifT frowning directly over the mast-heads of Ihe ship. It was perfectly perpendicular, covered in many places by sheets of ice, and its summit was so high, and shrouded in so thick a fog, that il coulil not be traced frooi ibe deck. We had sc::icely lime to malieaiiy useful exertions, for in n few minutes tbe ship fell bhiadside ngainst ibe cliiV, alone Ihe face of which she was violently hurried by ibe curreiil towards a ridge of broken rocks, which in a 'sbort time wonid have lorn tbe stoniest vessel lo pieces. Tlie heavy swell which prevailed, caused thesliipj inber piissa^e, lobeat against various rocky ledges which projected iiiider water. One of Ibe blows which^she Ihua guslainrd, drove Ihe rnilder out of ila - place, but it forlqnately bung sus|^nded by n tackling which had been employed losef Ore it on coming, among the ice. At this iilsiaiit,' wKeii ill human exertions; �eemeW (lerferl)y frnilleM, ibe current edded: iilf slmre, the' land bretw sprung uij, ;� hoa| lhat we h.-itl put overboapl succeeded in takihgUB in' lijw,"aiid'what appeared atbost; miraco'loiiii, one ^if Ihr, iut-lhumipa'the ship, received, cilua-i edlbe rndder lo fill back iiiloils |da(:;p,.,Bji.lbi�.? boat lo direct tbeoi. As they brought olT a great many children, 1 suppose we saw the whole tribe, smounliiig lo nearly 2iMV�ditIs. " The features of the Esquimaux are not Ihe moat regular in Ihe world; hut il was pleasing lo see Iheir flat, fat, greasy faces. When Ibey had disposed of their articles of trade, we presented Ihe women and children with a few needles, beads, and olher trinkets, and sent them away hiehly deliehted. Since that time we have beencuulenriing ajaiiist contrary winds-but by perseversnce have succeeded ill gptiing withiH a few days sail of York Factory, at which place I shall conclude and dispalch, " August 31.-York Factory. *' We have landi^ llere In salVty, find Ibe country more pleasant than we expected;' aud have been told that tlip dilS-riilties of iravelline in Ibis country have been much exasge-?�led. " R." TO THE DIFFERENT CLASSES, SECTS, aND PARTtES -which 9IVIOC AND agitate the BHlTiHa empire. Why do ye disquiet yourselves in vain ? PART FIRST. Beset hy prosetit ilifliculiiea and distresses, and tilarmeH hy f ars of H|>|)ruH('htii^ dnnj^er, yon blatiie, fiirli llie others, ng ilie ati'horn of ihcse evils, mid nre (irejiuriiig- for a ronflicl \yhich, if coiiimMireH, inn.st entail luisery on yu� nil. Will it not be wisiliitn in e�ch of you (o paHse. before this dreiidful contest "hall befjin ; to allow your.selvp.5 to inquire coolly into the real ciuse of the ilmiress i\nd nluriD which ore Experienced ; und to discover if it be not p ible to turn these seeming evils into mibstantial jrnnd ? 'Great lemjKirary CHlatnities usually [irecede greater permiiiienl bless-inj;'' ; 911(1 if you will fix your iitieiition upon the livciiinslmices which have produced, aud are sliil intreasijijr, your present sufferings, there will appear abundMut reason to rejoice, for nothing short of these iiiflictioti!! could sufficienlfy slitnnliite the public'to make the exertions iiecessary for its tm-nieiliiite relief and future iireat iinprovetnetit. It is not my intention to flutter, or without the stnirtfrest necessity, to ofFend, bul to impart ini-pnrtu'iit truthn in plain aud .Viinple language, and which, if 1 nm silent, no one in these times will venture to declare. In pursuing this course, I will be honest and sincere with Jon, and thus relieve iny own noiiid f^oiri ibose ferlinjj'* which deej) re-flf-clioii and long experience linve, I trust, for some wise and ?ood purpose, crenled. I am Hware, tliui, in declaring; these truths, I must ofieud all the pie|itdice� iv/iicli have been inipliui'ed in your thiniU from infancy ; but the declMraiinn is necessary, f.ir yon cartnot be relieved from the appallinjr dantrer^ wjiich surround yoa ntitil.those errors be removed. The time i�, iudff.l, cottie when your minds must be born again ; wiien your whole character roust ne formed uoew; when Iruib, consistency, find kindness, will take place of error, lt>eoiisi�tency, and malevolence. Many of you, ntiirtiied at the approacbof a change, clifi.i^ to ynar (jrejiidicea, and dfeud the conseqiienties of pniting witli them. These f>'eliii�* are natural, 1 eXpeiieiiced lheii� mice, anil proceeded in niv inveslitjatioiis with fear and irenililiiiff,' A>< I ndvaiiCrd, howeveri bri](hter : proiipevi^ opened, and by n i(devtatin|; uiientiun tiv nature and In f�ci�, alJ,t)iiit,WB.svfnrbid-(itiiu; disappeared, and ,tlte iixMt S:ilkifi|Cloty ui>d gralifjiiii; rrsulis folluwed. ijavilig Uow pasoed lilts ordenl, and discovered important fcriiefiti for ' my feliuw-creatures, 1 '.ig-*in put luy life iu iny hand, and risk every personal coii�iHeratiot\,' yon may without loss of time be placed in pernii-nent pos.'ession of the.se benelit.s. .So fdr a-i f am permitted to know my.self, this is llie ^o't; motive that now goi-erns my comliirt. The prejudices which have h'-en forced on vo'je minds, solely in consequence of tlir- Ificihties of your birth, will, as I hare before observed, be opposed to those truihs w! -t present to yon. But reflect fjr a moment, and say to yourselves-" Are they not the effects of early impressions Are they not the ima�oidab!e resultof the geograjihicMl circnm-tfinc^'s of our birth and educaiioti ? The constitntinn of of.r nature is such, that in infancy and childliond imy notii^f, however absurd yud contraiy to imturr. niay be forced upon us, as is evident in nil the great districts into which Ihe world is divided. It is therefore possible Ihnt we and our fnrefnihers may have been trained in error, nnd tHOsjht even I.t call good, evil-and evil, good. Let ns ihejj e^idvj-vciur to lay aside, for a sea.s-jn at l>-:i>t, tlie�e eii.iy impressions, nnd, a.s far as they v.ill ;illr,w n.*, exi-raine carefully and attentively wlmt tiiis man iu-i to say and to offer to ns, fje bus succeeded in m-'ikiiig a large population around liinrmucli better and happier than has yet been accnnipli.slied by ai:v of his more powerful competitors, �Jio have acted on those principles which we have been taught lo consider risilt. He lias pursued another course, put other principles into action, and by the totimmiy nf nil eye-witnesses, has produced a betler conrlnci and greater happiness iban can be discovered in tin-same class of people elsewhere. Me a^ks notbiiiK from us ; he seeks no personal advaiita^'e of any kind i from the very principles which he profess-* he can claim no merit, and he refuses to accept reward ; yet he freely devotes his tinjp, exjiemls his fortune, and encounters opprobriinri, to promolr-what he appears confcientiou.slv to believe is calculated to make u� happy. Let ns then give dim a fair and patient hearing. He.is only one against all the millions in the world who have been tHUi�lit from infancy to oppose his notions. If he is riglii, and we are all in error, good, not evil, will en-'ue ; while a full investigation and ii of ins pl-iiis, if they really are visionary und ini|iractic:i-hle, or not beneficial, will bi-iii;; tlieni into coii-templ, and speeriilj' consitrn them to oblivion." Such to me seems the language of reason. In ynur coq! moments the most intelligent nf ynn will adopt it ; and to ihe reflecting and iiUellig>-nt ( now address myself. You see those bnniK whicli heretofore held society together, lonseniiig in every directiou. Learning, because it has been fnUe knowledge, weahh and titles, have lost llieir hold on Ihe imaginations of men, for th-y have filled to yive them happiness. The moral, political, .-ind commercial siysteras of the civilis-J part of the world, are hourly sinking into disrepute ; they artr found to produce far more evil than good, and with one accord cry out that " something must be done." Vou look at each olher for thM ".loinelhiiig" to remove the public distress, while each is conscious that whatever has been nfl'ered by the dilferent piriies of which the population is composed, is (pine unequal to meet thecrisis at whii h we are arriieM. Hut why are all ilie old systems of the woild falling into discredit? Is it upon recmd lliat ;iny truih. when once established, ever fell into disgrace ? Such a result would be cnnfr-^ry lo llie known laws (if nature. It is therefore evident lluit liiere is some funrlumental error in Ihese old systems, and lhat the " something" wanted to relieve us from the difiiculties which hem ns in on every side, is lo remove this error, that mankind tnay P".i"y 'lie end-le.ss benefits which science and experience now otl'er. Vou are in search of relief froin wide-spread and alarming distress. Can it be obtained without tnen-tsl freedom, and on abundance of all the necessaries of life ? Have the old systeips given these ? Can they permitlhem to be given.' No, for they could not exist with them, i:f-4ve nnv parties ii real interest in permanently sup[)ortiiitj ihese old systems.? None whatever. Thfy cannot i;ive to tlie most favoured individual trained uiuier their influence a tithe of the benelit.s wliicli the leaft favoured would enjoy, if we would honesily make use of those advantages which Providence has placed at our disposal. Il is on this ground I a�k ymi not to ppr'ist in your present headlong, danoerm-is course, but to Bland still and reflect on the piiiiciples upon which your conduct proceeds, and you cannot ftil to discover that yon are all equally in error, and are acting in direct opposition to yonr piesent interests and future well being. It can hardly be necessary to state, that I am no advocate K 08led "10 all -.' their early prejudices and local views; it i� rw�� nc�ti*f 111.1; errors 00 which the present practices of �ociietj�!h*ve' : been formed, and of the'benefits wbirclfr l4wyp�li*-.: lie will derive iVoni the i.ntrodHC�ionof-'e*h* tilts*- � snres, founded on j)Tinrip\e� eapabVe'tif'betiriili^^'^he Jtest of evefy investigatioir^ Kiiowirig'.tfiBt''4�flj:i�i- r-Kor ConitkiibM. fee lastpage.'j "^'"' *
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