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- v. Present participle of unpeople.
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But the grand object of the revolutionary party was still to carry out the wild scheme of unpeopling
'Thus, from thefe mea - fures, you lay the fureft foundations of unpeopling Britain, and ftrengthening America to revolt:
I am not, I aflure you, for unpeopling our cities, and fend« ing their induftrious and ufeful inhabit - ants into woods and cloifters.