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PRINTED BY MARCHBANK, 18, CHANCERY-LANE.

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SIR, It seems to me that the intelligent part of the Irish nation have a right, before they decide upon a matter in which their most valuable interests are involved, to expect that it should receive the am, plest, and most complete discussion. No argument should remain untouched, ao objection be left unanswered, which can throw light upon a question of such singular importance, as that which now engages, and indeed agitates the publick mind. Under the impression of this sentiment, I sit down for the purpose of addressing through you to my countrymen, such observations on the question of Union, as have been suggested to me by the perufal of a Speech lately published as yours, in the Dublin and Anti-Union Evening Posts. * B

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* Of Saturday Jan. 18th, 1800. I do not undertake to ani. madvert on any thing which fell from Mr. Grattan in Parliament, but only on those positions which have been publidhed in the newspapers under the fanction of his name,

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