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throughout the Legations the price of grain is fixed every year, and only altered by a decision of a Legate for a specific purpose. "In London, Edinburg, and Dublin, the price of bread is 'assigned' by the corporation periodically, and the market prices for food generally under the supervision of a City Marshal. The Lord Mayor of Dublin has direct control in the matter. "The price of bread was regulated by law in Paris until within a few months, and has at all times been more or less regulated by law in the cities of America, as well as of Europe. " What effect more examples ought to have in settling a question, unless the examples shall be Paris, has been discarded as pernicious, and the laws upon the subject suffered to fall entirely into disuse. What may have been the effect in Naples, Rome, and Dublin, we do not know; but we do know that these are precisely the towns in Christendom which of all others are most infested by beggars. Had it been proved, howev