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and to have it at their disposal. He aspires to no higher reward than he shall find in the conviction that it will prove the means of opening a happier career to some of his fellow-creatures, and of assuring to them a larger portion of virtue, tranquillity, and inward content, than they would otherwise have enjoyed.
Sixrh GENERAL LAW. Law of Exchanges, or of Associa-
tion and Concurrence. Exchanges are a necessary Prin-