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Liberty and Property

,—an indispensible necessity of keeping game for other people to kill, with pains and penalties of the most arbitrary kind, should we think of appropriating the minutest article to the use of our own families.

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Entry taken from A Political Dictionary, by Charles Pigott, 1795.

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Liberty and Property