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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 2


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It is only necessary that the writer should explain that, in the following pages, he has merely expanded the notes of a lecture which he had prepared upon the subject. He has done so in much haste, and, he is well aware, very imperfectly, in consequence of his going to a distance. He trusts, however, that at this important juncture, such an important question will receive the careful attention it deserves. His brethren of the press, as well as the public, he hopes, will appreciate the motives which alone animate him in assuming a position of so much prominence, for they are none other than the welfare of the country.

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