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Note 2. Of the
if what the one says
is deserving of regard
what the other says
By independent Excise which is
application for ex
By dependent Treasury
to which for obvious
has been made to
give concurrent jurisdiction,
regard paid to what
comes from Excise
than if from Hulks.
Now moreover that of the two conflicting Boards the
dependent and the independent one on enquiry not altogether
unworthy of esteem is whether in the nature of
things it be possible that if what is said by the one
has any claim to regard, it be possible that any thing
that is said or done by the other should have any such claim.
Four times grounding themselves on regular evidence the Excise
Board within to whose competence the matter cause properly and
originally belongs, declare the application made for mitigation the application
or exemption altogether groundless. The dependent
Board which for causes too palpable for palpably obvious to need mentioning
has made the two Houses give them as to the matter a jurisdiction
concurrent with that of the Excise Board — what tokens of regard
does it pay to those regular and necessary representations?
from the independent Board? altogether as much as
if the Hulk and not an independent Board had
been the quarter from which they came.
Sole supposition on
which the possession
and exercise of Treasury
jurisdiction can be
palliated, Excise altogether
Excise Board is it then such a mass of corruption
that nothing no statement that ever comes to it has any the smallest
claim to regard notice? Let any one say whether on any
supposition other than this, the conduct of the dependent
Board can be justified or so much as palliated.
One or other a nuisance.
Of these two Boards the dependent and the independent
either the one or the other must be a perfect
Evidence on which
Excise acts not ex
the only evidence on
which Treasury acts
shape declared and
justly by Excise untrustworthy
Take notice that if the evidence on which the independent
Board all along acts the shape may at any rate have
been trustworthy: nor does any thing appear to the contrary ground appear for supposing it to have been otherwise
whereas the evidence on which the dependent Board grounds the
it upon the independent Board is essentially
and if their
notice is on each occasion sounded in their ears.
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