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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 8, 1820, London, Middlesex                                �,'�ll)^j TO THE PKOFRIETaitSOf EAST INDIA STOCKr i7the CAST:iNDTA DlRECTfoil/J.y "iW rft�gWli5U to vou thM il-js not mjF intenlion fo prosef4;;rQjlf� BfUot upon Ibe S!t^pi% Mcawpp. I^h�ll,Jiywe�er,^^iraijr|By||^of tins oppormuirvof psy^iE; jAiji persppal,jiv|iec}s"jt^ c pnblisbeil, wilh Cats, pricelau ; r .1 SOM^'iF�'l N G ! RESKECTINc 1 J. OUier,yCT?st,e^,,^B5,j.lj8ti:t-rt   i      ,   , Or nhi^mmaj^be ban, by ibesameAulRor, DRA\fATlC'SeEA'4j^, abrt Bib.+t Potms,' Serolid ^Fffi Jino, 7itT �id a ,$l,qi4>lJ�5I,STQUy,,wilb, DlEaOiJJE MONTI LLA, and Poems, Sfcoud Edilioii, 73. . ,! MIUTARY tPftO'^OTlOttS'' ' arfpiigeoieiitsi MiicVib^ ; Itialiuii.ihe iJiscourBjes'have'lSei^^ �Jrejiaif'ed,'' wiil 'be'%pp)i'ed ; in aid:;.piF' Funa forniajliin' 6f ojife' of KS'Esia ; ?iliBiiniiurB|-:p^^ : . of the pi aci'icftl intfodiictioa of'tlie Syslem' previous, 16 J^^ nuary, 1823.-AdmjMoo,l85;^(gveJJ^a�^enlion Itf modaliun of Ladies. The hfinistei� of Relitnon ar^ earnestly \ invited 10 co-operai'�'jti.ext^#fieUl!e,1(i!i^^^ P'''*'- I ciples uf this Syslem, as_ beig|yhe must certain and effica-1 ciuus'ineaiis, puder l(ie''0iv!^^�les5ing^of reducing tbej 'lii'ecepts.'of pbristiauity'fb; piActicje amo.ngst^sll'^iiiab.kiiid.; :Fersoi)s::n:UIiufr,lPiassociate.'for,^tb9ifi>t� lisliQitut unilertliis Plan, withr;a csj>ital;of 4C)n!e4bi^.ndc?d i puiind^c^cby oiv tenevpleut iudiulduals: !de '!;bus 1 ate i;eqnesjed:. to�urol'lb'eir.bameS:At,:the,Uporas ;>'i. imiiedc(imiiiuo'^^ Vfacts^swditiie: nea^iniDi^' pt ..sentimeaUi pf individualsjj io-: Afav�iH^;i>fjT.^r>io iQbjejuiun tp-,;lhe;iprincipleiii�u wbicjLjMr. � t)wtii5BLyl?toit;iafouii4led. rljbe^t will b* gt^lEfuHyiackoew-' Ifdeiedv ^nd ibeit CQnleatsdeUbcratelyand i Milertd-y;^;:: J.;--;./. DEL"PaiNrs(^iL)OtMEblTI0NS .ON^A. NEW PLAN. I.: J^IJVEPFA L *n* r.i U.t S4 R DMgo6n^.^'dgtfe^ Jun^ai, 182(J,. ,       , :.   1 1 3d ditto-Paymaiitef Daniel Lulyen;, from balf.pay lO^d " Fo6tt'id b'e'Pa^iiraitt'r, vice'ThtlihrfS Eeri'Svhb'eiiliabges ;da�pli4�neigOi 182()-,,ii,. , i , l-Ikj -({-.^MSi K!--.'.; 6ih ditlp-Thomas Bates, Gent, to be Cornel, by pjircbase, -�^Vi&''IWoore,'^rrtra6iy^dated July 20, =^1826;' '" ^'  .^djRe^ime.oi^of^Drft'^bd^s-r'l'ieu^nantThnmas:^ ,froni balf.pay IHtb Uglil Dragoons', to. be, Lieutenant,  viiet Joliff'W'ing^cid  SlipiveV who iexch the ^' :diiflBerence^dBled'j;uly'27,.182b.U- '{�'   ^-.� j - ,3il R�^i.ment .,of.; Lis|jlDragoons-Lieute.nant .^VJlUam '''' Blimwayte to be'Capfaiu,.'bypurchase, vice VValson, wlio :reli�s-dattdasi above; ' > ;Cornrt:Samuel,.Jj'buJ|,Baj;q.t to be Li^irtenant, by p,urclia;e, '�' vice BlatiSwayte^a'aU'd as'above/,      ' -Alexander Macla^blan', Gerit.'tdsbe GiJrnef, liy purchase,'vice ..,BaBt)tT-;daJ^ia�.'>S>9tP^(J.  !      /i- fisf-j' leth ditto-Cornet James BaijUe to be. Lieutenant, by pur's' � chase, vifc'e Bfen'iiclia'nip,'prohioted in the ISitb Light "Dra-.�;BiionaTr ;j:s^,. ;/ ,iu ; ,� or ;. Cornet Lewis^Dunca.n W'iUjains, fr^m 2d Dragopn.Guards, . to be CoriisVj'vice'fiiiliie-dated a/abiive." Ilfllh dltla>^iGentl|einMi  e/^;''-'J � , ..-ii'y''. tiaifce; ahUKhiBlif.' The *tfthor"hWS�s^iia       feiiliveu^d \ nrioMsVbrtntfymaiijJJMibii;''-Ni�.%toiti^^ ^rijrtpdSbyl'AiJfeyypyi -anil sold tiy.?pJM�d.WB.^W4it- ij      i}i-:sljiicr lbcVsamertiayKe>a4,.bdaM,-' .^oR4Ce, liu rjotes.. 33.v6d, 'A 4NMt'--Edf�ji)iivV,f!*'*-'-' ' '. tiit^ii,;,;i8moi 3d"-  ' ' !Edj.>jt;i;.>ii'iiVjV: iiai'i\i6 The sam^j^ib ^Sgi msb;Notes, from... -�;"iyefpWiii .'^fe'^io- v^' , itUiTprettttiqViiVi-,iTa7'6d\_ J�BADV�iii>twijlh6u*;!-'.'i'^' r.-. .   yffse8iBrs*hrast�;;!ra!i�d; j-JiOMEd'sii.iAil^^'dm ,M V.. .tbc^Tesriof-HcTjibJ7*;�v lEbECAHTUfjIlAinN^ 4�.'.nd.. tiBr.fs,iGiinftAa,'f fS^i.eiii- Jiudeiisj'^r- 'J usi'-^Hb^EiifelKH�' 'j1 L lOEfiO .TiA     de Sen fCi aiB Notrt^&c.>yj.,>.,i BvUr,.3i( Kd,*,,,j!i. U � ��rtJEoeaat �*�* -'i^ !Re�ti%?|ll',Ubi)�sCat>la>Q>'> > .-^ai�Uu5y,a9,,1^20 , . 1st Westniidia.Uegiiiieiil ;Vi��;Ri<;hjrd_8iude5e?sed.-daleilJuly 20^ ; ~: 8tb ditto-Lieuteojant George Fprnian, friim .balf.pay 95tb ; "  �Fbb^'tb'b'e-Lie'uli'enaht.viice'JtihD Ea^ry; wlio ixcbati^Vs,' j *�Ce�iiig;llte\differ?nCe^!j8te^ Jaty 13, rW204     K^jyO ^ 15Jh dirto-Brevet Major.TliqmaB .Conolly to .be Major, wilbuut purcbuse,'vice'Mcadbws,'deceased-dated'juiy ^7, ..,I4eut�n'aiit Williapis.l'orde to be Captain, vice CoBollyT- '�'"dateda%iabbve'.''      ' '   ' ' Ensign 'Vfilliiiiii'Galway to be LieutehaiU, vtce^ Fotde!^ dated 66 above.^j,_,;i"i -i" ; I7ih ditto-Cap'taiii Jobti Frederick Crewe, from baVf-pay 2i3th Foot, tb'bb' Captain, vice Alexander:Ruliiusdtt'Gale, wboexcbanfepSTrdaled July 20,1820. Lieuteuaut William Cary, from balf.pay lOlst.Footjto be �''�'Lieutebant, vfce'Raiph Nicbbliion, who excbdnges, receiv-!, iiig=tbediffereuc�?-d4led July27,:1820;?.^  .v, .       . J8U1 ,dittp^Qu.arj,YT,?^t*?iS dal'ed'a's'ab6ve.*'-J -�- i. f. �! (3plhditto-t;iLieuleflftnl/i;homas Bh^^ Moody Sulhei-land, from'baif-pay'Tfork Chasseurs,^ to be Lieuteuaiil, vice Davies, appointed tu the 35ib Foot-dated as abtive.' 35tfa'ditto-Lieuleiiant Xbtunas. Uarl Davies, from 30lb . fool, to be Lieuteiiaut, vice ^^eory W. F. Nixon, who ic-'''tires 'iipfiii b�1 f-'pfiy'York-Chrfsseui-^iidaIedVs above/' 44tb  - CEBOMis, 3d: Ed.   2s.    ~s Tfi!efG'^Mi%V*=aHd' ' ! -ij'A4JWc^iii�'Wf Ta^ �-�:?- ' v�ClTlJ^ f ,lbe;.R^ ,,gimei>l, tp,l>e..Qu4i't'rrii|aster,'^ vice Moure, iilucetl un the . --'R.airbdLi'sMaieUSl'ay'lSi^fiS^^^^^     ,'   ;         58ib ditto-Lieuteuaut WitllSli'i' O'Neill, from'half-pay of    the83dFobt,^J\lj�t>i'n|jiis)i,^�rbpBeiVl>]lointaiedtibli�> ni^t'taKeo .place dal�:d as above., ,  ^ '     'StitTioyalYeferan Battalion.           "    ; �EmigUfGeoVge'^EagelUft',!(iVJa fa'iitn~pB^^i!iffth''T'iibt;'tb-Ke> ,^!i�gn, vice r^ejl,BwJia(55�prq�..�iiftlS!!formei;.�ltpalloa.*n i the Rented List-dated as above. '. �  �       -    - 9iIiW:?al VeleraiVtfeilalPon; '       '   ! .Paytvaiaerdaat^s Diiirt'&ti!ny1iak=p8y'ri{t^Sfrl80tf'Ba(l^lion, ..,/u,.b,^ j'^ymas.^trfoti iij!Vet�ran^ Qifffi-tSniasterHu'gfi'GalKe, froMl8lh Fbiit, fb:^ T,,^master, vic�,Dftvi_�f,who.jetu He*ddereffrt,Sfrbih half-Jiay� 6lh West Tbdla; 1, jRe^inieut, |obptM^iAte-ftanJ, ;vice,Ga)/g^,,ca^ returns to hi's fornjer situation on the Retired List-dated; 5i;'^iily^7t 1^8201 ,V'''''-> ''J �; ;  frn.ih;bal.f-ppY, 3d> Garriaqn' Batialion, to be Paymaster of a\Vel.e'rau Battaliuu-dated, '�^3ube2i 1820. '   ' : �      :  'i  r..   �.;:>;,.:>HdSPiTAIi:STA?fiVi ; .��   \ jam.es.Crawford,.,Gent, lb,'be Hospital-As.sislaat .ni. tbei '  fbr'ce's-d^iUd Apr{ll3,182o: ' - * GARRISPNS. , Lie'Wiehanrtbomas'Auafenfirf tb& l�te-�lKttbyar Veteran i,.Baltalibn,;5to ;l!^i(Fb.rtjMaJQe:.'a}>'Dj|ncsanoa Fort,' vitei ^uiii, deceasedT^aled July 27i|]t^^^ '        ^' '�   ' "' '     .. "     ' '  "MEMoiiANDA. ,''' ' '''Cbrhe'(^Dun<�Btbeiar'but'tu cunibie Dra- �gopD Guards, un^til,2.QtltJirlyi 182Pi S^ Roou8jp Mlf.pay'Utfabe i�mofcallaw�d| ' LWuteiiant-^olbne{ Joiia'-6bsrawra'Savage,'of the Royal' Marines, has been reiustatedin bisrank'i&llrt AlTny;' .  �  .;*-Ji:T.- - � ~ - - CojnmUiiom signed by the f^rd,Lieutenant. of the County , - - � �;� � � �   �S/^dlamiffgbur^y' I To'.be, Drputy.Lienlenants-fRicbard jMqrgan, Esq. � Beve-; . reud. William ,Micbell,-'CUrfc, and,the Reverend, Johoi . MbhlgonSciy-'Trab^rue; Clerk-^aiV'da'ted June 23, 1820;' and AuibonyiHilfi Esq.-^dated July^S^ 1820. - - .Comjnitsions Corpa;,'pf Sw^n�,ea aivdiFai^ivood Geo- . tiemen and Yeoman/y Cavalry, Wfrnc^d A)/, (/le Vicq-Lieu-tendnt of ihe''cdUm^'of'CAkiaiA^ar^^        ' ^HerbcxtiEdwai'dr:Evans,'rEsqi. deceased-datiil:De��nb1;r 7,' I819i;   . > Rirh p t)A � paasFdlnta'arMwJ!:;iTii�:IEe(qluitnii wa�-iM)��e4;tll-"-�*>lM-^sea^1>1f'deniear.fiflyvlliutiinidjpersiftislbdt 4(>-sa;^^^ more lfaan:HiricetthciTAbafaei' of4iBr�otii^�wb�il'W:l� l!e��r rtion-pufait lba'Joon�l>'iif3v^arlian)eiil,jd i?f!i' Ce-at. dt'ctariiic:ll>ai;ii would.pot t^ea-sbfepbiceforjiis cairisgi; w 'Tbe: D>'ffndnnta in'lhe *> �ni^'i^"'* .-�'iiij^i^ -!\  � y purchase, 'vnce' B,urii�i^..�S.l.o ^,'ylu<=s-^ated July 2.r�^ .8Wi � "by -'TSai^&i HVfiierl .Vaugl('a'ii'-l\i--b'b''Eitute�aU^, 'byt^u'rihase,' y.'-'5*^v*Sw^;-�l.i..!r6i5. '      .v|C�Bea��i�lbtd41riiVa*Ws�fcf^'l   ,v;^'vw,.!j,V M vnrumiiiouS, cbverTug- iftf .lesaijibau eig It ;8i�l.epHtloii8; -Aieroigljlvjusllx says*u,,ij�l!eUJbej>iwhovwa%a :Bi�;re')ippc-lator atjtbp;Birn�iugbum:Me^liuj{ op, llie 12th July, was cbtiTged 'wrtb'U>'yuspiracy,* wid when It Ws'^chaiged us '^stditiSnsVi uialniluus',' and influilimatuey,! Uatread'la'.tResu-iulioji, recitipsr, "Ibal bts.t llie^jft^ajpi'8,,Bill ..of Right* and :-tiberti(!8V for effectiug a Reform ur the CoiuuiouiT HoHsV^ ol* HiB simple jirtUcfpla" of voting 'fur Bepreileula. '-td fiSe ^rulililh be ws^'labuui^nj; T^' <� tociliPiif �uil liis )f4Ubgti^riiwTrUs''lfre (Jiary Uti'� 'like Mfiiili?'^f'< ikg�|tpa?,'/or>:iib �ru4Mi}ufiodlhat >;t ,aHTj";�'P*fard!h(m tlm!d?yi;�*re, fnl^^^Kii ,4m''*:9^^' hajpfp/^ryr^fo/^T   , ,   j m< ' '  ' 'r- �)� "Cbpirjtadipjfjyf.fjip *|a}or;�. de^�*Cft,PC}:i?p\ ''^fK<^i^iif^ baU awljjrfpl.^._Tbtf.. Defendants were broH^iif befb're ^filf'eddit npun'-tw'aacciisatjuns-the first df which was, ente.UiJ^nto^ conspiracy'to excite dis-.conlent and disaffection   against the Guveriimeut aud. 'Oon^tilutloiii 'aiid -|he'^m>in6'nS'Hblise-'iiof; Pariiameol,' .^,B.by;law;es^iUsb.edf caud.lbe.seculu),cconspiriqg-tq^ 'a person fo be the Legistiitorial At,tor'ney, and Krpresenta-'livebfihe'-ln'hibit'tfnts'of-B'rriningbani,' aiid rb claim admission �inip (be 'HoilMpCCom(i)ou�..�Riftlfraber, tliereufr No-tliing;,couM.lie n^ure simply of^^iii.telligiblelhan these charges. Tbe'leifgtb''br'lTie'ihilic't'meiit'bad Bieii niad^ 'the subject :of much ;aiiiniad�eraiuiv.'''�ethhe GeblleoiPiJi of the Jury ought t^.kijow,,that the extent of it .was caused ii^ a great liieasure ty the i'userli'uu of extracts fruiii "ilie iiiilaminalory speeches' b.f tbe-Defendaiittf-^and Jintrodiiced^ fur i was tbitt'fhry acted Sif'drr^ctbb.ititity tijitbe^om'm'oif law.' IWas any man boiII-.e^pFfjf.ttcedfiw w �b�Mjd,;)asS.uo.t,,ttt,acj�ij�w!ed^ the necessity of eveiy.'gjJvernihenV being from"Yts'very nalure pos--KcS'ed �W%*''iaef'rtt Vowi*;'tff;8� -qii^of iuBici- ,iu!j|�pijJ8jmmKi*|>,ilBtjP.fus^ .tt,l�� de. ^fauxt^VOmX..that to ^'eicate'dliSffeiitiuii lo' tVe''tiuve'i'ninent or a'oianti-y was >Pot ;eodlia�y twi'.anj^lawJ -nrThC Defettdanla could not den^ that ibe,^condub>witIi^ which tbey stood charged, amounted tua gross Violatfbn of tbe law, and tbertefore the oiily(qlifAtiuirfoli tbem'Uii coDsidenwas,'if'tbe'ifabts wire iua^p.out upon which the charges �\rer9..fuqn,ded.. If they were'made out |be'law iiiutt uf cbdrse'apply to' Ibeio. -In'-bis riiiiid,' the, cOndiicrof the IJ^fendauisyv.ap! fa^ from ..being .endured by the law,, approached the; gui|^ :uf high t^ea&on;  at s.j^ast  it . appeared  to ..bim.  the  bij^tj^t misdemeanor' of which a-Subject cpufi) 'bb'guilJy.^^he proseputipn-.waa .cpuduct^ iii the> mtld^t jiussible  -thitteen':uf ,tbe:Grand< Ju'ryi'.ivbo'ruundttbe true .bill , against the Defendants.were iucli^ded.in the, Special,Jury ixaV, they were'renioveil withb'ui'beiiitatioiii ' It was not .'beHsapSe ithey wished'-10 procure ISelonn ibat: tbe Dtfeud-,^a.ols were,.8ubjected.l(;.this prosecution^ bpt: it^uras on ac-' count u/tlie'madewbi' b they adopted iii urder to bring it � ab6uif^k''wM'^btlcau�e tbey wisbiid'ld' iiiflaiiie the'public !,.iniod,,Bud: e^citja, >('bat they palled a general sensation, which the.House could not long resist. For those measures -'bf sevferity wbic'b ParliainVnt was' cuinp'elird -tb 'e'na'et, the .:' country had tb thank tbe^RKfu^meTB. ; The: learned Counsel then went intu a detailed.examination of the evidence, com-"meiitiug Upo'u' it bs'-he'-iirpceeded' wiih his.u^uil abilit.v. 1  ^in answer to a, questi.un frani '.the Judge, Tiliat tbey did liot tbiuk it necessary lb take fur their'|>eru rwpi-ils^iord that threq bills of ex-|. .ceptiuu were teudered; to the Judge; and ibat the points on 'which,they were founded were-Ist, tbe .manner in ubicU the Spebial Jury-bid bceii Btruck:' 2dj'tlie-^ailure�of suoi. ,.niou.ing,o.iie,,pf, the24:Special .Jurors^a('a proper time: 3d, the not allowing lb,e four Special Jurynteu who. attended lu answer'the ijuesiiun put to ilfera by Sir; Wooler, at the . commencemeut'of the 'trial^:�S'to^wbetlier tbey;bad or had opt expressed any ppiqiu,^regardingr the. Vyeuls which had ' o'ecasioiied it.    '        � We forgot to mentibii Ibat'the Defe'ndants; on -thrir return from .Cup.ct.qpThnrsjlay;.ev�Qrng^wer^loudly->chtered by the , populace, iffhicbiyascuilsiderabjefor.a^^inali to.wp like War-r w'rcfcv  We dill ubt'l.ie'ar wiielh'ef-an'y such'^cli'eeii'ugticcum; p.tnied'lbebL.on': their-ret'iicu. frbm Guurtlafler .the trial bad (^upcl.udedjr ,a!id, a.yf rdiqt ,gi,yeii/.agarost. tljera,  Jjie Com t 'was ailed'to lepleiipii-wliilst itlie Judge wfasaddressipg the 'ilu'ry.   MSjjoVeariiiJrigtefert'tbeCbuh before Mr; Serjeant ,yaugh^irconiineoMd^�>epjy.j/j, � ,,[We wtre tuldj|.jbat.'anipiis,btber^ frjends who attended 'Major" Cariirii;bt wVre'"three!&r�^bpterlune, wfio had breii |; bred'tjj.'thebarvsuubrbf whbitt?&dyised>^^^ Major to  r|c'es must^ i,e lia-bituuily low, wlieiiA'Oiiipared wlili ihe. txpeiiae of growingj and the ports were, of course, as huliitu-ally shut.   'Wie pi;ic.e, uppna long uvrrHgr, 'coolil not be forced abuVe 73<.,-tlie iinpurlaiiuii staiidard was and is 80s.-cpiifequ.t-ully, a 'protefU,!.-; duty of 100s. instead o( 4Qi. wliich was a'skei'l, cuuhl have .produced 1)0 niure.udyaillage to M^ricnltuie,  The iiiquirit's or'lh'e Coininjllee weft, ibe.rel'pi.e, very properly liinit.cd to.ljie abuses of lli.e pUii ea-tabltalied by latylor asceribiniiigllie average.   Ti.a ineinbers of. that, C^oiiiinittee did, liieir duty wiiii ,1 .degree oC^zeal an'i| fidrlity seldotn,efjualle(l-ucvtr ..surpassed. : Had the subject bet;n one of'tlje iau'i iiidden, deform'etl, .and  inysteri'ous' l!ji l.i"uicait objeuL^t of ciril aiid, social ecpiiuniy - one, in short,  ti.o cuaibrous in its foFm and uaiare for I lie praciice Oi' .much cutiiiiqg, mid deceit, and,. Ieu!>t of uli,,aiiLi' jects relating to the wauls of life fwnipercil  thetn,  ihe Conii.iii.ttee  cduid  nort, have se.a'rclieil '.wtlh moxe eager aud;,pt!t�;yeriu� eifotis, iy')" il!--^ rfete'cllpir�r iiie' supposetf abusegr T^he''' ^iepQi t^' however, proves th'iil the frauds aud errprii havd been abuut of an equal bulance in their etfect, as to the estublishnieiit uf the average.   Nolhing remains for the case which they hud to inaintaiii, except the auspiiriouk of the tiieinbcrii, aud some s-asj-. iiei'tioiiK, which.they are quite as unfuriuiiate iiicou-firnaing, a� they were in pioving fact?.   For exsiiu-� pie,: they propo.se ao iiupruveuieut in. coinpuiixg the average.   AlLpreieut the returns a;e uiade from each of the 139 Ipwus of the twelve districts lu .Receiver of Corn. Returns in Loudon.   Tiie.ti.tji quantities of coni.and niout-y aie (:ust up, alier equalizing the weights and measures ; ihe.inuury ii diyided by the quantities <�f grain, which gives ll.s average of the town.   The average pripes of iliS towns, ill each district, are added lo$^e c diyided hy tlie former, an.il ihe simple product to be.ilie a^^n^a'-n aveiage.   They have, among sixiy-tvvo or three pages of tables, forming the appendix, Unl out oi�: in computing the average in ihis iii.iii(ier. It appears.that the aggiegate- uvrruge price liius taken for the six iseeka previous lo ine 15il> Al-iv, 1820, would- have been 70-*.; whcrc.i-s tue aggrt:-gaie average, as taken nccurdingtu law, of ihe muie SIX weeks, was 6f) ivera^i? in lii^.r way.   And. lest any credit shontd be in km I'uiia this their ownstateincnl in favour i.t their cauduu:, be. it lememberec', that their cUiiu has nui hcrii that cf a luoie equitable standard, but llral uli .1 higher average puce.   This .one iiis-.aiice,M,f litcjr own produciiig,.is.so much inoit llidn-was i.e(cs�a.iy fur proving that il is impossible lor liie Legi.4  secure,Ihe.agricukuiisls a liigher puce iur^r ion cf grain;ratid if sucii cdecis aie njiniuus,- wUai pit-teubious caube ntfcrcd by the cuiU ;^rji.i>e'rs' for le-taiiliug liieiii, lu the impuverisl lint lit'(liul iii tjt'ad.,* - tioji.pt the J.o.�er CiUiSc.s, and me grneru,! tii(tei
                            

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