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[381] of food which was also enjoyed by the lieutenant whom I mentioned in the first part of my letter.

R. H. Dabney. University of Virginia, February 2, 1890.

The above letter, as you see, contains nothing polemical or one-sided on my part. I have, in fact, refrained from the expression of any opinion whatever, confining myself to quoting the opinions of others. The testimony is certainly worthy of notice, but The Nation wishes to suppress it, and I, therefore, appeal to The Times for a hearing.1

R. H. Dabney. University of Virginia, February 9, 1890.

1 The Editor has received like information from a friend who was several months in prison.

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