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Truth at Home ;
A STATEMENT OF OBSERVATIONS AND FACTS
RELATIVE TO THE
CIVILIZED INHABITANTS & INDIANS,
BY C. H. WILSON,
6 Iwill a round unvarnish'd Tale deliver."
To General the Right Hon. THE EARL OF DA LHOUSIE,
&c. &c. &c. K. C. B.
GOVERNOR AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF
HIS MAJESTY'S POSSESSIONS AND FORCES IN
May it please your Excellency, PROMPTED by no interested motive, or questionable adulation, permit me, my Lord, to intreat your acceptance of the following pages, as a trifling testimony of gratitude, which every man, acquainted with the Government over which you preside, will cheerfully corroborate. Your inflexible and sound policy as a RULER, and your unbounded benevolence and commisseration in private life, are equally conspicuous. Whether in the Senate or the Field, wisdom and courage are your's; and the hapless European Stranger, or dusky resident of the Wilderness are joint partakers of your sympathy and advice, all concur as a completion of evidence to apologise for the obtrusion of,
Obedient, devoted, humble Servant, Quebec, 1821,