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(1) [[note]] notes on reading [[undelrine]] the Farmer's Letters [[/underline]] Letter III. [[/note]] The universal benefit resulting from inclosures admits no longer of any doubt amongst sensible and unprejudiced people; they consist in the great increase of the earth's products, and the employment of the poor, and consequently their number; some yet urge the advantages of a poor man keeping a Cow, but forget that the neighbouring farmers have a right of Commonage as well as the Cottager, and by their flocks starve every animal the poor people can think of keeping. The complaints are so universal against the engrossing farms that it deserves a cool and dispassionate enquiry;