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To those parliamentary friends of Mr. Sheridan, who, on this occasion, have voluntarily favored the Editor with communications and assistance, the thanks of the country are due, inasmuch that they have enabled him to record the public sentiments, during a period of thirty years, of one of the most brilliant and accomplished senators who ever sat in the British house of parliament.
August 19th, 1816.
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and for abolishing several useless, expensive,