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  2. EXTRACTS.

    One of the plans which have come to light for preventing by physical force the Reformation of Popery in Ireland, is exhibited in the following [?] which have been lately forward to the Irish ...

    Article : 1,175 words
  3. MR. D. W. HARVEY'S LETTER.

    Some of the more prominent features of Mr. D. whittle Harvey's letter to his con[?]ents seem to me to deserve farther notice. The terms on which you stand with this gentleman ...

    Article : 2,192 words
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  5. JUSTICE!—JUSTICE FORST. GILES'S!

    Fellow Countrymen—I find by the Dyott-street Dispatch, received this day, that you have already constitued the Association for St. Giles's under the name of the "Par[?]al." I should have preferred. ...

    Article : 1,563 words
  6. THE BLACK AND WHITE SLAVE TRADES.

    Mr. B[?]ton, on whom, whatever he may think to the co[?]ry, the mantle of W[?]force has not f[?], was nevertheless good enough on Tuesday assistance of Lord Palmerston, a [?] about the ...

    Article : 2,666 words
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