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Passes for Servants. ought to be written with care to prevent police troubles. Every pass should state distinctly the place to which the servant has permission to go, the hour at which he is to be out, and the time for his return, and, it intended to last for one month, the proprietor of the place at which he is given leave to visit ought to signify his willingness by endorsing his name on the back. If owners and hirers of servants would observe these particulars they would save themselves and the police a vast deal of trouble and annoyance.

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