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Whether the Friends of Freedom can entertain any sanguine
hopes of the Favorable Results of the ensuing Congress
Mr. Macirone's “ Interesting Facts relating to the Fall and
Mr. Southey's Letter to William Smith, Esq. 213, 223, 231
To JOHN HUNT, Esq.
THE tried, steady, zealous, and conscientious advocate of the liberty of his country, and the rights of mankind
One of those few persons who are what they would be thought to be; sincere without offence, firm but temperate ; uniting private worth to public principle ; a friend in need, a patriot without an eye to himself ; who never betrayed an individual or a cause he pretended to serve-in short, that rare character, a man of common sense and common honesty,
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