91. Having shown how futile and insubstantial are the grounds on which the Rev. Mr. MacColl argues as to the hopeless task of introducing innovations and improvements in a Mussulman state, I will now test the grounds for the utter despondence he professes to feel for any reasonable reforms being introduced into Moslem society as it now exists, and try to establish that had he been guided by the hallowed tenets of the Quran, of which he seems to be so wholly ignorant, he would have left me no room for this present refutation.
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