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MEASURES ADOPTED FOR SUPPRESSING THE PRACTICE
INCIDENTAL REMARKS ON OTHER CUSTOMS PECULIAR TO THE
WITH NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS,
EDWARD MOOR, F. R. S.
AUTHOR OF THE HINDU PANTHEON.
PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON AND CO.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD.
LIEUT.-COL. ALEXANDER WALKER,
Late Political Resident in GUZERAT.
THE course of Dedication for this Volume, deemed by you more obvious than this which I have adopted, being already doubly occupied, there can reinain no difficulty in determining to whom its inscription ought to be secondarily directed.
Were you a stranger to me, the important part which you have borne in effecting the abolition of the sad practice of INFANTICIDE, now, happily, as far as refers to the extensive limit of the British Influence in India, to be spoken of as one that was of lamentable prevalence, would have prompted me to this prefixture of your name; but when a sense of propriety is strongly seconded by that feeling of Friendship that hath for so many years subsisted between us, it becomes a pleasing duty; and you will receive this Address as a tribute willingly offered to the remembrance