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PRINTED BY H. FITZPATRICK, NO. 2, UPPER ORMOND-QUAY.

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I HAVE this instant learned that the Lawyers Corps are summoned “ to take into consideration business of the first importance,” and I am given to understand that an Union is the object of their confideration ; which, it is not only understood is in agitation, but finally to be agreed upon on the meeting of the ensuing session of the Irish Parlia. ment, by Commissioners from England! I also understand that a pamphlet shortly, perhaps while I write, is published, and written by an Irishman in defence of an Union; I have not seen' it, and therefore this cannot be supposed to meet it.However, I lose no time in thus publicly exprefling my sentiments thereon, convinced that it is the duty of every subject, and his birth-right, by the Laws, to make public his sentiments ; the more especially so, as now is the time for the nation to express its disapprobation of the measure ; and when our country's interests are at stake, it were more than treachery and pufillanimity not, as far as it is in the power of every individual, manly to come forward and oppose a meafure so fatal to the interests of our country. Un- A 2

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