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In this connection it is also worthy of mention that when the premises of this concern were burnt out in the course of the Easter Week Rebellion it was reendowed for "national" purposes, with a Treasury grant of £60,000, being twice the amount which the then directors of the _Freeman_ confessed to be the business value of the property.
The geniuses are those who either escape the operation or are reendowed with true sight by experience. "