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   British Press (Newspaper) - May 24, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Number 5449. toNDON, \VEDNESDAV.; JI!^V 24, 1820. THEATRB^ROYAL, J>mRY.LANk. TtflS EVENINO, WEDNESDAY. !VJ,y bis Maje�lv'� Ser�ant� irill perform tlip C-mifd]' of . THE WAY TO GET MARiJIKO:    -Taitgenf, Mr. Elfistvn � Toty aHst.n-�. M.. Duwtop; Caatlic, Mr. MundcO;; Dubalt. Mr; Ruf^oll; &tpK Fanljbi. pw, Mr. Pope; M'Qn�ry, Mr.Gattie. Julia Fatilkner, Ketly; ClemeiHiua Albpice, Mr�. Ejfertod ; batly Surreil, Mrs. Harlowe. Afler which (,9lhliaie), a^il'W Musical Drfitia, in two Acta THE LADY ASfp THE DEVIL. WiliDove, Mrr Elliiton; Jtrimy; Mr. Harlpy; Signer Rafael, Mr. Gattie; Claudiait^ Nr. ^raartl. Zeiihyrin*, Mim Kelly; ^TegoBitla, Miia.B|�ii4.  ' TfaeDoOrawill {i^a^^ed at Half-p.i^t Six o'CIoek; (lie PerfoTBiancewillcponneaoe-prectsely at .''eiou. The Bex-OIBoeiNlt be �pMi-fram Elrreii till t'ireo'Cloch -Pl�pes to Ue^takett^f MrJSodWell, Box Book-ketptr. To-morrow, "fta^y, enlftleS'Viipiniiw, or Tfte ill of Ibe DecennH^'in wlneh Mr. Ktaix sutiHio the 'inriiMil pbaricter-wilb What Nejrt ? OTAi'H t� Hip memory of h^r ftoy^ii; Fall principal cbar'aeter-'Wilb THE'ATRB.ROT4t^ COVBNT-GAROEK. THIS EVENING, WEDNESDAY. M�y 24, Willi be �cted, Sth lime, a oew Historical Tragedy, called VIRGINIUS; Or, THE LIBERATION OF ROME. ~ Appiaadaodiua, Mr. Abbott; Virginius, Mr. Macready ; Icilioa, Mr. C. Kemble; Claudiuii, Mr. Connor; Sirciua Deutatos, Mr. Terry; Nomelorina, Mr. Egerloo.   Virginia, M"is� Foote; Serm, Mra. Faucit. The Prologae to be spoken by Hiss S. Booth; the Epi-Ioe;ue by Miss Branton. After which, 3d tiiBe, b new Scotch Romance, iu Iwo acts, called THE BATTLE OF BOTHWELL BRIGG. Lord Evandaje, l*lr. Duruset; Col.Clarerhouce, Mr. Con-nor ~" M Bellenden, Deimison, Mrs. T.Hill. Covenanters-Johll Balfftur, Mr. Farley : Maaie Heddrig Mrs. Connor. Boxps 7s.; Second Price 83. 6d -Pit 3�. 6.1.; Secmid Price 29.-Lower Galtiery Ss.; Second Price Is.-Upper Gal-iery U.; Second Price fid. To-morrow, the Masieal DmiBa of The Aiiti L� BAZAAR; 00, LE FOIRE El SMIRNA. The Bathsw, Monsieur Le Choque; the Marchand dea Esclsres, Munsieor Boisgerard; the Cliief du Serrail, Mun. flieur Le Blonde. Afl�T iBe Opera adilte performed, (be petit Engtiih Comedy n( BLOE DEVILS. Oi) which occasion Mr. EllistoD hi udly cornea forward, to perform the part of Megrim; and Aliss Kelly that of Aiitiptte.    > . * Tiie whole to eonclode with Ibe moch-Admired grand Ballet of ADOLPHE ET MATILDE; OR, THE PUPIL OF LOVE. BoxFs Ts.^Pit 3s. 6d.-Gallery -28.-No Manry to be returned. Box Tickets admitted to the Box-door" only. Tickets and Boxes to be had of Mr. Kelly, Nw. 23. Great RutM-ll.slreet, Qorent-garden; and at the Upera-Office in the Hay-nurket. Door open at Sixo'Clock; the Performance to commence at SfTen. .MAGNIFICENT BOTANICAL .DRAWINGS, FROM THE WHITE KNIGHTS LIBRARY, SPLENDID BOOKS, AND CARICATURES, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR EVANS, Al his Honse, No. 96,   Pall.mall, THIS DAY, WED-NESDaY, May 44, and TO-MORROW, May 25, MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION o! BO-fANICAL DRAmNGS and splendid BOOKS, jiicliiding Flora Bengalenaia, containing eleven hnndred urisioat DrawiD(gt,'.aa nnrivalled rnllfctioii; original Draw, ings of Indian Sirds, Serpente, Flowers, und Insects, executed by Nati�ie Indians; LyKonj's Environs of London, a vols, large paprr, iHoslrated wilb original Drawinen and a brilliflnt assemblage of Prints, by a late celebrat..d Col-rclor; Volpalo's Paintings in tlie Vaiican, 3 vols, ci.loured ; Mrteiay'a Histmra de France, 3 vols, large paper ; Nieliolls's LeicMtersMre, t vols, large paper; Handel's Music, 30 v�4<.', DelpMn Classics, 60 vols, complete; so extensive Cottection of Cartcattites, fee, to. CHANCE VvTtHOUT risk. fPUR PRIZES OF �30,0UO, AND FIFTY-EIGHT OTHER CAPITALS, . ti; Money and Consols, in the Wheel. N1;W ^lOOE of ADVENTURE, by whrch EVE5SY PURCHASER is SECURED from LOSS on the NEXT DAY oi DRAWING, THCRSDAT, iit JUHB, As every Tirfrrt w'Sh�#e tenght between 18lb May and 1st Jttue, tr BBAtnt  r an VodrawnTwltet or fur aa ^jiidfawn-Share, or'the Purehah ItfqatywUl bt ninrved, if required. ^And tbe Kvldrr of �v�ry Ticket or .Shi|t6.(t�o l a� aforBsaid), jf WOT vkavih on ThnmUay, l�( M�r, m.iy receive �la: Porchase Money hack for %uA U�uh|eclvai;t. '. astlx'fitlii'erection of.it ia-snqir public'atMX ri�n�i i.e-f*l.,a Vrkof �''" hs P�hIi.cY.he therefwre begs 14) ioform ihera >Uii. NOW OPEN 10 theif vi�|i, at W, HenrieMa-slreei, Cas*ildi�h-�luareT�Admitlaiiee,'One SKilUiqc R' ICH SILKS at little tnore than ImVF.prie*: In Consequence of the-very great depression of trad', the follanioe, Articles tisre been boucht for cash at litilf fnore'lianlirtlf llwir value, aitd are now selliiig alliie very small sdyante of iu the ponuii upon the cost price:- Rich siriped anj rbecked Snrsnels, 9a. 9d to 3�.'3d. per yard, osual price Ss.fWI.'tn 4s; 6d ; good S.Ik Drfs.'ics, ex�T8 Irngtb, 19s. 6J. each; tlalian Gauzes, the Snest made,-Ss. ^d. per y�r.( ; rich Wti^e Satins, 3s. 9d. WO�lb 9�t9i^. IWJMi.lJBirt.ilWi}^.��(W earti; aba. Oiu cape�i Gro�aMSiiprrt, Pans Cocil^, l;ev�ntiaca, i�e� irfP^feNH ^ *�.*P.CI�TYv�>eld' at F>pem�8on�'H'alfc^i;TifCSM%1rt.asU:%^^ , fiis Royal Hi5hni&iWbili(tt�f G^^jBlj^^ The followiBif^�eBo!bll>mB:wtwe:tiiii*B.^Oj�^ :- It was nrtved b> tub^n^^tjtm^'f'fi!^^*'^^^-edby Lo^dAilckland-.. Vj^iU; j^il ^ V A '/     . ,'   ' EDINBURGH ENCYCL0P.;EDIA. This day is published, haudsuroely printed io quarto, and �  illustrated bv Twelve bFQUtiffil Engravings from original Drawings, Volume XIV,  Part 1. (price One Guinea, b��rd�), of -KE EDINBURGH ENCYCLOPAEDIA; or, Dictiuuury of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature. Conducted by DAVID BREWSTER. LL.D. F.R.S. Lnoilon and Ediiibitrgh, &.c. &c. &c. With the assistance of Geniiemen eminent in Science and Literature. The principal Articles iu tliis half volume are:-Medicine-Melancihon-Melville, Andrew-Mensurnlion - Merionethshire-Mecsina-Met�lliii*gy-MetaU-Metaphysics -Me^aslasio-�Metrerlirs- Meteorology-Methodists- Mexico-Mezzotinto-Micromeirr.-r- Miccotcope-Middle- flex-Dr.Middleion-r-"Midwifery .-M5�iaryT�ctic�-Millar -.Milton-Miuei of Coal. A few Copies are splendidly printed 00 tbe finest royal paper, wiHi Proof tmprCssious of the Plates,2M2s.6d. each Part, in boards. Printed for Wm. Blacffw"od, and Watighand Ibo^. Edin. hnrgh; Johu Murray; Baldwin, Crjidack, and i ld also Aberdeen; J. Cummlug,Dublin; andS. Archer, Belfast. to MANSION-HOUSE, May to, 1820. T a GENERAL MEETING of tlW Frieids o the iBstiiufion of a M-ETROPOLITAN SCHOOL of INDUSTRY, at DARTMOOR, Present-The Right Hftn. the LORD MAYOR, M.P. in .     ��     . theCbajr; . �ReWlved Unanimously-1. Th.it the o^fvt of g)�ini; In alritctiwiaad EmpIuaineBt to a portioo of tbe Orplm-a�4 J'dor (U>ililren of the Metropolis, deserves tbe wannett inpl p p re especially the Orphans, by-the cstablislmrt'ot of a Metropolitan Srbout of Industry. ( " With a view of forwarding such an underlakrtig',hiB Ma-' jcsty will jTive directions iliat every facility shall he aff�orded uu tbat,()arC of his Majesty's property, parcel of his Dilchy of Cornwall, where it is proposed to rstahlii;h such an Insti-(alien ; and as it is an object nearest hit .Majesty's heart lo see such a plan forgiving permanent employment and edu. ration, moral and religious, lo lirlpless children, carried iulo pfiect, his JMnjeSly'is likewise eracioosly pleased to name himself Patron, and.to order a donatiou of 1,000/ to-wards the formation and support o{ ao humane aa Establishment. � Carlton House, 2l8l February, 1820.' �'�3. That the most expedient method of furthering this important object, and at the same time lessening the heavy burden of the present Poor's Rales, appears ro he the voluntary removal from the Metrnpnlis of a certain number of tbos'e.qrpbansand other poor children, who are uow bor-deasoiiie to their several parishes, and whose protectors may concur in the measure, and employing them iii works of iu. dostry upon Dartmoor, giving them at the same llhie such moral and reli^o'us education, under the superintendence of his Grace ihe Archbishop of Canterbury, as may render them useful members of society. 4. That it appears clearly from evidence taken hrfore the Committee of the House of Cummons, 011 Prison Discipline, that Ihe sllustion of Dartmoor is eminently adapted lo this purpose, from its great healthiness, the capabilitv of i!t soil niudities which may advaolageousiy 'stilution. 6 That a Comtnittee of Guardian Directors be appointed, consisfiiig of th? folloWng Geotlemeo, with power lo t bd�qfCh�^r taiS Holland- ' Sir Jamei Mwkiatmb, M.P. Sr Wiltism Anion   ^ -T. G. Kslcotirl, Esq M P. W.Coke, E�r. M.P. ,WiHi.�ln ftlairiiiug. E�^ . l.'That'it appear7,.lif ref<(rte.tri^:::))�ce.i:e(^atty l*�en hid lr�for� P <9ao)� anf � 'here-fore decidedly nf opinion that no a^*>>a ^r (he dimioaliiin of juvenile delinquency wiU.be so fAcaCion* Mtte erection AirtlJlaif biishcd in Russia, nuder tlie immedi^e (Kifronage of the Emperor, for the improvement of Public Prisons, auxiliaries in connexiofl with Mtbich are forming in the principal towns of that vast Einpire: that in'prance the Royal Society for the Agicliorafioa of Prisoig^, and of-which the King has been pleased to: declare bi^aelf Protector, iain active 0)>ern|ipn: timVi^^H'Jwaisq.ftnil'Sweden, a strong dis-position has been sbesnk-^P-^rosecu.le t^iibenevolent work: and that proapecta cif s'tAiW enco.uca^og nature have lately opened, which aSiitd ^beisiimty a welt.grbanded hope, that tlie period' i� at iland'�rKli>a^]ilDm3ne uid.enliKhtened principles of dtsciplioe. wiH. I�i-;�ai'ried into pcactical operation tbrongbvut the Prisotw of fverj European iStstr.     �. It was moveil by tha ilniti Henry.Qc^j^^nett, M.P. aod sergnded by Jofe)>bJolin-Gurney, Ejj.-^t :' 6. That thti Meclipg b�(ts to e^epreiul lls^itcfbl aeViiow. ledgmenl* lb tbi>se MajsistraTes andjs;he^/irlrnd t>)|^onH trbos.e^v-Operiill.an has materially fseilitttted tbe-tiigecls �f tW^i�iy, and'opon yrlivse coaUna�d rpose'tDosteeseiillsMy.^l>!B^4-    ' It was moved hy Lord Belgrave,'Bndh.s^coodfd by tbe Bon. and-R�v..-Gerard Noef-- . ' ^ ,6. That ft is impossible .on the presei^t .oetasion to amii the deqlarstion of the hi(di sense whicli.�Hls|B��Jlng eoieil lains of (he unwearied>-snd benevolcnlr cxj^tioas of^ (be. Latlies' Committees risitiaS NewJtale j�ndi the Borongb Compter, �h�, ttbd�r.ci�uinstances tl>� m*t disadvbiife. groat, have siriltingiy Mdiibited to the world the'powerful' rlEcairy of moral and religions instruetionj kicfitness oftreal. mrnt, and judicipus. r,>l>i sectaimiiig ibc' most de-praved;.atid this n;ee.0ng earnestly recdmrnj-uda Ih^jr.ex-ampte 'to Ladies inhabiting oiher.populoa* cifws, aft caleu--Utnd to produce'the mutl'beueficial rffe^ls u'puu the moral improvriaeni ofptrisoo'ers. i   .    -- It,was mvrtA by. Lord Nageni, iind iwcooded by T- fl. R'.^, Esq.~..: 7. That the fallow'ioe Nobremen andiicBtWoswbe (Wet^ ed'Yife.t*rfsideoti of the Institution ;- This day is published, in two. vols, royal fivo. price 21. 8s. io boards^ ATREATISE of the LA W jof PROBERTY, arising from the RELATION belreeb BiTSBANO and WIFE; comprising- liM$bit�ft -nai tad jwr- Dowvr.: .-JpfpMre-Sleielion.. Salbif^'chi.. Seilaratioa. The Hosbaad'a IMiUly fiir hisWifvVOeiW.' WA-'s tnlertvt n Ittisbaod's penonal j^taie, ttc. Tntb Precedeists adaplid.tb.ibe WdTk. R.'S. S. ROl^S, Eat), of GrayMim, Bsltbter.at.Law, Limdo*: liVlDteti for BenrrBnlte^wortb, �a� Bouksetlei-, neekde^ Setsreeii tbe T�m>l�>(at�s. 1. The Htuhand'it' tnterai in hit IVift'i real and per-tmal EHote. Curtesy. Discoutinuance and Leases nf Wife's reSi Estate. The Bosbaud's power lo charge Ibe same, and his interest in Wife's personal Estate. Settlemenls. 'tMr^WfiAntte^t ill 8�k l*f(eM�. ADIGEST of Hie LAW �f LANDLORD and TENANT; in Three Paris :- lat. Containing Procedure on the part of the Landlord. Sd. Procedure on Ihe part of tbe TenaiU. -3d. Certaia Charges lo which persons standing in the re. lation of Landlord and Tenant are respectively liable; With aa Appendix of Pnerdeatt. By PEREGRINE BINGHAM, Esq. or tbe Middle Temple, Barrisler-at.Law. London : Printed for Henry Bullrrworlh, Law Book-seller, 7, FleeLstrert, between Ihe Temple-gates. Ofwhummaybe had, just publishni, io royal 8vo. price It. Is. iu boards,        ' , Mr. Seijeant RUNNINGTON'S  EJECTMENT.  The Second Edition, coosidenbly enlarged and improved, by W. Ballantioe, Esq. Barrlater-at.Law. FROM LAST NIGHTS GAZETTE, mitehall. May 17, 1820. . The King has been pleased lo direct Irllers patent In be passed under Ihe Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Brilain and Ireland, granting uuto Sir George Nay. ler," Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, York Herald, Genealogist and Blane Couraier Herald of' Ihe Most Honourable Militiry Order of the Balh,''Kiug of Arms of Hanvver, and of the Moat Disliaguished Order of St. Michul and St. George, the office uf Clai-enceux King of Arms, and Principal Herald of the south.rasl and west psris.of England, vacant by the resignation and surreudtr thereof by George Harrison, Esq. I.iie Clarenceux. WhiteliaU, May 18, 1820. Tbe King has been pleased lo direct letters patent In be passed under the Great Seal uf the United Kingdom of Great Brilaiii and Ireland, granting nalo Charles Geurge Young, Esq. Rouge Dragon Purstiivant of Arms, the office of York Herald, vacaut by the promotion of Sir George Nayler, Kolgbl, to Ibe office of Clarenceux King of Arins. - forelfrn (3j^ce, .Ifay 23, 1820. Tbe King baa been pleased to appoint the-Rigbf Honourable Sir Charles Bagot, G C.B. tu be bis Majesty's Aoibag. sador Extraordinary aud Plenipoteoiiary to bis AIajr>ty tbe Emperor of All tbe Russias. C(mr\eil Chamber, Dublin Castle, May 1�, 1821*. His Majesty, by his royal ISlier, having sppi>iuled the Most Reverend Father in God, Doctor John George Beres-ford (csmoionly called Lord. John George Beresfurd), iAA-li-bishop of Oublio, lo he of bis IWajesly's Most HonomaWa Privy ConDPil in Ireland, his Grape thisday, iu Coi>o�il|:lttuk tbe usual o�lh� and bis place at the. Board accusingly. street. Months, M87........t�im 709 ........ �NNfi 1,346 ....i.^.. WfiOQ CARR^Us. *�r� drawii ffet "l^atlbeSlAiwJi'lQn* no" received, and those at tUe of Eo�tond, � lb��*����� �rf �  M.lropohlan School q( aolIea�lfaaiL:t.r oflbe. tbalStr tobceom* ^.Ibe Onardiait DiicMoni^W * m�Mii� m�(m U^ttaOti Bart. ^.9: ftil itumiii 'igOoM JniHtutlott. :   ,. The. Marqnis of Btfckiog* �  bam Tbe Maquis of Lastdow^ JEartaf Derby Barl^iir Albemarle �arItffDarttiioulh �ait�are^brt Earl Grotvea0r Lord Lilfoi'd Lard A�ci|lan& Lord^ltMrcM: LbrdrCII�e Lord BelnHive LciMrNaBent U>rd Althdrne Bit^lHtra: Wi)Uam Slvt**! Ste.Ttbanw: mmtit Bat*. �r1WKlRptiV;Vot.  Worth, Irt^e of Cheapst^e, London, Iml now'of Bbl'luttj -JKB>esThoiAley;of Warriaglun; and t%ter. Cust,^f Tarloti, . Laocaaier, ivbiisiprs. .   .     ^ John. Maciiair, jun. and John Atkinson, of Corobill, Lon. dunj mrrchai\ts. George Frost, late of Wigan, t.ancaster, shopkeeper. Abrsli^im Seu>.ird, of New Sarum, Wills, grocer. '' iV/Miain Lance Loti, late uf Llandilo, Carmaslb^o, drnggist. Utcliard William Lindop, of Badnall, iltaffard, dealer.' George f^wes, of Ihe GammerciakbiNldiDga, Miadag-lane, Lond-io, vrine-metcbant. John Skitbeck, of Leeds, lioen,draper. Alexaader Rae anA W^lliaa�4!srle, jao.'ptapsietarSLor the East London Tiwalrc, dealers.       .    ,      . lohu Honymap, of jCharcb-rtNci^S^fitidr, mMik$ff, silk-manufsclafelr. js aniploa,'er*cer, -Jaioei 1�btt�bfS^�rfetasbifW,'W|i^^lCMttb, West Btonjaiidt^Bt^bw^Batitb^^^ ^ �h�Mlsr. YesterBajr. the most jii^tneron* nnH resppcmlde meettiig     ever beheld Tn fterma-f^i** H^ll, nmk plhce 111^ Iliat Tavern, for tbe purnosri of cj>ij>!-'let-iaig tlie best means oCcjrVyin!? iiitd.conjfjlet.- fifect the grent objecu nf'Tfie ^oitiet^ fnr ifit Improve went nf Priion^Diteiplive and Jot the /if/<,rntilim of Juvenile Offiekdeis, . Tlipxpaciimi. nrwi nl' Fr�-ew, ipasons' Hall was fitt^ up wiilj row* of .eais f.�f the uccomiDoduliop of visitors, and �l twelveo'dock it was most gfutifyiiig to fiii�| them fillrd wuf, Ltdies �f distinction, jwrtunilariy of the rt-siiectshle .Sjqciely of Friends, wTiose company, while it (fiaveA t^.in<^i^;gatrea m � bl!tw�i>ient exertion* ^ fiiig llie Rreqt o^ectst>fiIie Society.   The plHtf'ortn, ereciert -at IfikexfreHUty of the Hajfj waf occti|�ied by �nine nf "the most disiHiKuished ptrsoiiagea iu tlie cuuiitry, amouje them we noticed nith pJeusnrr- The Marquis of Lansijown, Earl Grosvcaor, Earl Nnge^if, Lord Belgrave, Lord Aucltland, the I.ord Uishop of Si. Asaph, S;r Thoaas Baring, Bart*. M.P. Sir W. Joimsioii, llie Hon. H. G. Bennett, M.P. the Hon. and Rev. Germd Nod, Mr,.\Vilberforce, M.P. Mr. Stnrges BourHP, M P. Cr. Lush.-ingtoo, M.P. Colonel Barry, MP. Mr Ricardo, MP. .Mr. Samuel C. Whitbread, M.P. aud a number ufo\her piiblic-s|i^?ted characters.' At uue o'clock his Royal Highness ihe Duke n! Gt&lJCESTER entered the room, prtceiled by th�i Stewards, and look the Chair at\>td great .i))pla�sc. His Royal Highness then addressed the IV]�"einiB. Heeommenced by lamentrn'g thai be laboured nndrr severe ittdispodition, und ivould be "ondfr tlie nece^ *�f, rfter a sliort'stoy,      requesting their indul-geul permission to wtthdraw.   Indtrrd th� state of   , iiis'liealth was ^.uc'h, that nothing'but the warm interest which he took in.the progress of this I'.nitv-tiort would have indtjced him to quit his liou�s thi* ^��y.   He was sure that the Meetii! e objects they had iii view 0ii the present oceas-ioii.   It ivas~most gratifying t^ .fiiid tlie iptat support which those obj'ects oljtaiiicd, in every quarter, among the MagiMtracy, indeed mijh every foody who took an interest in the wcri-btoim vf iociety.-/'/J/)p/aase.y-Not only at home fistl it* benefits been felt, but also abroad.   In fne gr,-at empire of Ktis. erson�ges   who   iherr surrounded him, many uf whom were so much better quaidied than he could pretend to be, to enhirge on ihi? great aud important object they had in view.    But the frtct was, that from peculiar tircninsuinces lie Was enabled to stole from the very outset what bad been done by the Society, and point out particularly the progress it had made.-(Apphmse.J -yh'n' object, he begged to state, originnteil  iu '1813, with a single individual, who resided inn large IBs-iinfaclunug district of the metropolis, and who, induced by a principle of benevolence, was it) the habit of occnpying himself in not only relierinp the distresses that surrounded him, but al.-io in f�-quirin^; into the real state and  history of th^po'rfr-families of his neighbourhood.    In  1813, that Gentleman called upon him to slate aii iirdividual instance of great juvenile depraviiy, which he bed witnessed.; it was that of the son of a very hnne^t parent, who, thnuKh under nine years of age, h�d been already committed four limes loapiiaonfor Rieat ilelinqueiicies.   This instance of ii � districts, for the purpose of toalting 00 �CKa�a��-snrvey nf the situaUoii of the poor.   Their view^ ei.h:rj;ed as they jjrocee.Ied in the'ir important tu-J|"ir� V a^')d ii>atiilition V| their observrttiwu* re^�-  .�e classer, wim, iiiotriirii not"actualiv embarked \n a career of crim^, "Hfxi not actual.ly -----_ yet exposed lo its cuutagton, niiitpf>&Mse.J~~\n the midst of the 'Coinmitle� tliey  were alwaj-* id�-IV'itf^:�?i4g*
                            

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