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Opposing Emigration

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The 35erlm correspondent of the London Timen writen: Emigration to America kaving very much decreased of late, tho lierlin Government, who have long looked with disfavor upon the steady diminntion of the national resources involved in the movement, have determined to profit by the present opportuuity for stemming the tide. The two principal measures to bo adopted are the dismembermeut of the immense crown lands of Prussia and tho proliibition to enlist t igrsmta on foreign account at a premium of so much a head. I?y the foriaer measure poor people are to be enabled to acquire a few torea and a houae which they may cali their own, the latter step being intended to put a final stop to the business of Erazilian and othor foreign agenta bent upon luring people into misciy. There is no doubt that this determination of the Prnesiau government Avill shortly begin to be ft'lt in Amcricii and clscwhere.


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Michigan Argus