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[640d] the friendliness which already exists among the company and to see that the present gathering promotes it still further.

Very true.

Then the commander we set over drunken men should be sober and wise, rather than the opposite? For a commander of drunkards who was himself drunken, young, and foolish would be very lucky if he escaped doing some serious mischief.

Uncommonly lucky.

Suppose, then, that a man were to find fault with such institutions in States where they are managed in the best possible way,

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