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THE ROYALTY OF EVIDENCE; OB, THE WORLD IX THE WITNESS-BOX. Diverse as are 'he opinions of mell even it ilie same age an<I country about subjects apparently the simplest ;nid least liaule to .I'iscoDstriiRtion, it is not to he won-h-red tit that a universal concurrence of mankind in favour of any problem should be regarded as (to use a lawyer's term) a" royal evidence" 01 its ii'utli -indeed, so conclusive is op.nion deedJerl that Tllan" tiieoiosiians ui-fte it upon the attention of ma.eiiaii.st.s and soept'os a;, a resistless argument in favour of divinity. In fact, upon only two proposiiions can we obtain the univer- sal concurrence of hu.uanity upon all other points and lluesti jns mankind have" agreed to differ." In the existence of a Supreme Creator all tribes and races of men are of one mind. They give Hilll different attributes, in accordance with their peculiar tastes; but in the general belief that there is a God they are unanimous. In the elticdcj of Hol!owa\'s Universal Remedies for the cure of diseases a line unanimity exists in the opinion of the world. All countries, tribes, and races upon earlh employ these reme- dies, and derive benefit from their use: millions of savages to whose PiFS I he names of the greatest popentates of Europe have never yet been whispered, are familiar wiih the proper:it s arid powers of Holloway's external and internal remedies the mis- sionaries of health have preceded those of the Gospel; and, in numberless instances, the pin sical :elief imparted by the former has obtained and secured favourable audience for the more abstract and intangible blessings which the latter sonsjht an opportunity to bestow. Oil, readers, when they hear Holloway's medicines are em- ployed by every people, and advertised in every tongue on earth, may smile contemptuously (as we did) and think the tale a liiun- bue: —but let them be convinced (as we have been) that it is nothing but Ihe truth. Wherever types and printing presses exist Professor Holloway employs them to proclaim the sterling merits of his remedies; wherever they do NOT exist lie has employed accomplished interpreters and established special organs to make known his discovery; tongues to which The Hible is a stranger are eloquent with the name and fame of the great physician, who has scattered gifts of health over all lands and seas. The world is in the witness-box, and gives enthusiastic evi- dence in lavjur of Professor Holloway's remedies; let those who would impugn such testimony be cautious- for, by doing so, by a parity of reason, they strike at the very foundation of religion and morality. The world is in the witness-box, and gives its evidence for Holloway TI(e Dispatch.

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