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onsider this question than while the weather is still warm and the sun shining.
Many of you must know as well as my self that the bread of life cannot be taken from the large population of the manufacturing districts without causing some of the most distressing scenes that human nature can witness; and when we come to consider that throughout Lancashire the people are working half time — that is, three days instead of six--and if that is the case in September, what are they likely to do in December?
We can imagine what is likely to be the distress in that part of the county.
It may be asked, as I have seen it in some newspapers of the day. What has that to do with Essex?
Now I say the people cannot suffer in Lancashire without you feeling it in Essex; and I will endeavor by a few figures to show you why I say so. The traffic between this country and the United States where the cotton is produced, and by the manufacture of which so large a class is fed, amounted during the past year