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"Allowing to the cottager a little land his
dwelling, for keeping a cow, for planting potatoes, for
raising flax or hemp." Daries, 103.

This land, how is it to be obtained?
for nothing? or for less than a full price? —
the proprietors then are pro tanto are to
be plundered. This is the system of ancient
Agrarian laws — of modern .
This therefore could never have been the
running of the worthy & revered Divine. —
— For the full price? This then is giving alms not
which but wholesale: in the shape of capital,
instead of giving it,' as hitherto, in the shape
of income. So far so good for the existing
generation of a certain family. But
at the next generation the family
is doubled. Are they to have landed
estates given them in the way of charity?
If not, why not? If they are, where
is this to end?

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Identifier: | JB/149/336/001
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336

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