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Your country still remembers You, and will not fail to call for You in the hour of danger.

Believe me, My Dear Lord,

Your Lordship’s grateful and faithful Servant,

RICHARD WINTER HAMILTON.

LEEDS, Nov. 1st, 1844.

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· withdrawment from the Arena of Political Debate, Your country still remembers You, and will not fail to call for You in the hour of danger.

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Though I am not ungrateful for personal kindnesses which Your Lordship has rendered me, - felt the more sensitively by me as one of a class towards which contempt is very generally meted rather than respect, I should have thought it indelicate to have made these the reasons of my present Act. I present this Work to You, solely on the grounds of Your High Character and Patriotism.

Believe me, My Dear Lord,

Your Lordship’s grateful and faithful Servant,

RICHARD WINTER HAMILTON.

LEEDS, Nov. 1st, 1844.

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· withdrawment from the Arena of Political Debate,

Your country still remembers You, and will not fail to call for You in the hour of danger.

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Though I am not ungrateful for personal kindnesses which Your Lordship has rendered mo the more sensitively by me as one of a cl which contempt is very generally meted respect,-I should have thought it indeli made these the reasons of my present î sent this work to You, solely on the Your High Character and Patriotism.

Believe me, My Dear Lord,

Your Lordship’s grateful and faithful Servant,

RICHARD WINTER HAMILTON.

LEEDS, Nov. lst, 1844.

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