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in the lig
Id feel the
;uilty of n
tY OF record but I cannot mention them, they
DN are too dark.
In 1919 during the dark days of mar-
tial law in the Punjab where the writer
me to was an eye-witness also, unarmed
ght of crowds were fired upon, cities bombed
Ithout from aeroplanes, wounded deprived of
at the ambulance aid, little children lashed
ao ex- and flogged for "waging war against
ad the the king," ladies insulted and abused,
ady to innocent citizens made to crawl on
n' and their bellies like snakes and worms,
of hu- and thousands murdered in a mass
ndia." meeting where fire was opened by
wever, armed troops, on helpless men, wo-
nt "is' men and children, and stopped only
y with when ammunition was exahusted.
Women and Children Attacked
In 1920 a mob of three thousand
ferent starving men, women and children.
nt in who had struck work in Anglo Indian,
always tea plantations, were attacked by
means armed soldiers in the dead of night
Is any on the railway station where trans-
f Eng- portation was refused them, and many
is not were left killed, many wounded, and
of in- some that were saved became the vic-
. and time of cholera and perished. Even as
wrung late as November, 1921, a group of
om a moplahs were packed in a wagon
ubject whose ventilation had been deliber-
nd the ately closed and 81 of them were suf-
they focated to death.
n the . If these acts can at all be defended
by any code of humanity, I would
dence, rather that such a., code be scrapped
n 1857 with the armaments because, it must
nclean be a relic of the days of primitive
allow- barbarity. Little inhumanities in
r capi- India have become a part of our "cus-
men, tomary law" and those insults have
md to been considered the needs of "pres-
Innon; tige." If in the light of these facts the
d and Hindustan club took the liberty of
royal calling a spade a spade, I should think
arched it was guilty of no unpardonable
leaves, in fragmentary condition,
which makes the text broken and not1
continuous. After the edition withJ
critical notes and commentary the 1
manuscript will be published in fac-1
simile, after which the original will
be placed in the Freer gallery in
Washington, D. C,.
The manuscript was purchased in
1916 along with numerous others for
5. Pierpont Morgan. The University
has been able to obtain the work.
through the Freer Research fund, left
to the University by the will of the
late Charles L. Freer. During the war
the manuscript was kept in Egypt due
to the fear of the dangers of tr'anspor-
tation at that time. It was brought
to this city through the efforts of Prof.
Francis W. Kelsey, of the Latin de-
partment, to whom , the manuscript
was delivered during the recent Uni-
versity of Michigan expedition.
It is thought that the manuscript
dates from 250-300 A. D., for the style
of the characters used definitely fixes
the date as before 350. This estab-
lishes it as probably the oldest Bib-
lical manuscript portion now known.
The work includes the Old Testament
from Amos, Chap. 7 to Malachi, near
the close of Chap. 2.
It is not impossible, according to
statements made by those who have
scrutinized the manuscript, that the
influences of the Hebrew are present.
The work is of a different character
than that used as a basis of trans-
lations. For this reason it is thought
probable that the discovery and pub-
lication of the manuscript may result
in some interesting changes in the1
present day versions.
Earth Tremors Recorded
Records in the University Conserv-
atory Thursday showed earthquake
tremors occurring between 5:33 and
5:45 o'clock central standard time.
The tremors were very slight but
were reported to have taken place
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Prof. ,Sanders Is
Working On Old.
V ible flanuscript
Prof. Henry A. Sanders, of the Latin
department, is working on.the edition
of what is claimed to be the oldest
manuscript portion of the Bible yet
found. The work is being done for
the University "Humanistic Series," a
collection of early Biblical manu-
scripts that has attracted world-wide
The manuscript, which is in Greek
and on papyrus, contains the work of
the minor prophets. There are 28
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