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“We have a tender concern and regard for buy floo. children, our
kindred, and our acquaintance; but the love we, hāve for our-nātive iand,
swallows up all other loves whatsoever. There is “mp homest than but would
die for his country, if by his death he could do it any necessary service.
“How detestable then, must the wickedness and o: of those people
be, who have *... and rent this, their native country, by all manner of
villanies; and who have made it their business, o still maie it their business,
to bring it to ruin and utter, desolation.”—Tully's offices.
“Capital taken in rent, from the land, should be returned again to the in-
dustry from whence it came.” B
And Sold by R. GRACE and SoN, 45, Capel-street, and all the