Volume 59: Archdeacon Scott letters, 1822-1844: No. 058

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for his own sake wished there is a change in all ranks ever since I left it scarcely to to be believed & not the less so as to knowledge which is so superficially acquired now & with so much apparent ease that every jack a napes thinks himself a perfect Solomon. Reform in Parl.t is the order of the day & so general is the feeling in the country that if it be not granted I fear we shall have, not a Revolution but an [indecipherable] of a most unpleasant nature & one scarcely knows the consequences - tho' a strong advocate for a reform - our system of Representation, if we are to 

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