Sir,—Your consistency in the vindication of the rights of the persecuted—unawed by power, and uninfluenced by its bribes, prevents me from apologising to you, when soliciting the insertion ...Article : 469 words
Sir,—I beg leave through the medium of your fair and even-handed Journal, to refute (on behalf of one, whom I term a much, and unjustly injured individual) a paragraph which appeared ...Article : 334 words
SIR,—In some former communication made by me to you, I observed on the impropriety and even illegality of appointing prisoners to the functions of constables, unless at the same time ...Article : 1,177 words
SIR,—There are times, and occasions, when it is prudent that the human mind should yield with patience and resignation, to circumstances, to which it would otherwise be very improper to ...Article : 936 words
As His Excellency's Reply has been, already, made so public, we must rest satisfied with giving, merely, its substance, which we shall do as concisely as possible. The two principal ...Article : 3,011 words
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