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picions of one another; and that, living under the protection of a mild and impartial justice, we should endeavour, with one heart, according to our best judgments, to advance the freedom and maintain the security of Great Britain.

Gentlemen, I will trouble you no further; I am afraid, indeed, I have too long trespassed on your patience; I will therefore proceed to call my witnesses.

On the examination of the witnesses to the matters mentioned by Mr Erskine in his speech, the witness for the Crown, Thomas Dunn, was so entirely contradicted, that Mr Law interposing, in the manner stated in the preface, the trial ended, and Mr Walker and the other defendants were acquitted.

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