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J & ILG. LANGLEY.

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Charles Edwards

THE

CONDITION AND FATE

OF

EN G L A N D.

“We think it would be a vast advantage to the public in general, if
ingenious opticians would turn their attention to a remedy for that long
sighted benevolence which sweeps the distant horizon for objects of com.
passion, bu is blind as a bat to the wretchedness and destitution abounding
at their own doors."- Blackwood.

“ For a people to be free they have only to will it."

BY THE AUTHOR OF

“ THE GLORY AND SHAME OF ENGLAND."

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

NEW-YORK:
T. &. H. G. LANGLEY, 57 CHATHAM STREET.

MDCCCXLIII.

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