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wish) he will feel it most severely.  However I trust in his good sense & that of you all to bear up against it.

You will not now have time to enter into other matters; but I have enclosed you a paper, which I should have delivered in to the Commit.e on secondary punishments.  Had not Parliament been dissolved - The increase of crime I attribute chiefly to the conduct of the Court & the fear of the Magistracy and I distinctly told Lord Goderich & Ld. Howick so - They have however persevered in 

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