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23 Apr. 1816 64

Append. III
Dean Andrews
2. Vansittart
3. Speaker


Speaker Abbots
what petition

The last remedy When remedy in every other
shape is hopeless, the last remedy left to the an oppressed people is
subject many is that form of petition by which alone they can be let
into the knowledge of each others minds. Of this last remedy
by a decision still more pretenceless if possible than
that of the distribution of stamps and bibles, another Abbot
not the vendor of unwholesome and smuggled ale,
but a disciple of the same school, has during the
strip of the pretended watchdogs of the constitution, with had
In boldness courage to rob our unconscious people. Signatures
though in the hand writing of the several petitioners
are all void: why — because for saving the useless delay, vexation
in the matter and
prayer of the Petition

and expense of endless multiplied manuscript that
not which in all the other cases find even so much as
an Abbot to condemn it has was in this case or in
any other case it would have been, been compleated.
On what ground either of reason or even of precedent —
if that authority which being the work of the
of the rulers for against the subject many is has been on so
frequently and so naturally in a state of opposition
to reason by on what ground either of reason or of precedent
is this one did or can this last and most flagrant
insidious and most malignant violation of the rights even those acknowledged
rights of the people find so much as the shadow of a
pretence? Absolutely in none. Yet the Whigs, secure
in their none of their petitions any petition for the transferring into their hand
the right power and practice of misrule, sit still and silent and
and still successful
comment and demonstrate the st they possess in the unceasing
customary on the part of ever carried on against the subject many by the ruling few

[+] Thus li that
of the press and that
of petitions are
thus crushed to p
by this one stroke

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