Thursday, 20 October 2011
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Cornwallis instigated the “Great Gleaning Case” of 1788, in which the court in Steel v. Houghton (Mary Houghton, an agricultural laborer, gleaned on his lands in Timworth, a few miles south of Thetford) declared unequivocally against the law of Moses and centuries of customary practice by declaring that “no person has, at common law, a right to glean in the harvest field.” It was such criminalizing of customary access to the means of production and subsistence that played a decisive role in the creation of the proletariat.
Were that pillar to sink into the earth, the same landed property would continue, and the same ploughing, sowing, and reaping would go on. The aristocracy are not the farmers who work the land, and raise the produce, but are the mere consumers of the rent; and when compared to the active world are the drones, a seraglio of males, who neither collected the honey nor form the hive, but exist only for lazy enjoyment.
4 lines of Greek text; Ephesians 6: 12> Blake.
ED-FZepigraphGktrans; E300| <[For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but ED-FZepigraphGktrans; E300| against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the ED-FZepigraphGktrans; E300| darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high ED-FZepigraphGktrans; E300| places. (King James version)]> t404