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TO THE TORIES IN THE TWO HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT.
My Lords And Gentlemen,
The person who now ventures to address you, upon subjects which he deems of incalculable importance, and who derives from the importance of the topics of which he is about to treat, his apology for addressing you in the language of admonition and even of remonstrance, is one who laboured for many years with fidelity and zeal in the cause to which, he believes, you are all sincerely devoted, that of the welfare and glory of our common country, and of that invaluable constitution, the permanency of which, we all by habit or by reflection, by hereditary opinion, or by personal conviction, believe to be indissolubly associated with the power, the prosperity, the safety of Great Britain.