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HENRY GEORGE.

London, November 29. Henry George, 1 the, land reformer, has been addressing crowded meetings m. various parts ot the Kingdom, and was received with great enthusiasm m London. At a meeting last night he said he was astonished at the growth of land nationalisation m England. Referring to Irish affairs, George said that the attempt of the ' Tories to compensate Irish landlords showed that they realised the necessity of dealing with the problem. He approved of taxing the landlords out of Ireland rather than kicking them out. In the j course; of George's -address he was interrupted by a clamor at the back of lhehall,from whence he was called upon to explain his action m approving of hanging the Chicago dynamitards, " I approved of that course being taken," said George", " because those men were nothing better than murderers," and this declaration was received with deafening cheers from the audience.

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HENRY GEORGE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2002, 1 December 1888

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HENRY GEORGE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2002, 1 December 1888

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