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“There are two things,” said he, “that it were1 well for us to look out for: that we make ourselves masters of those who own this property, and that they stay where they are. For an inhabited country is a very valuable possession, but a land destitute of people becomes likewise destitute of produce.

1 What to do with these prisoners

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