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BONÁQUE AC MALA NON SUA NATURA, SED VOCIBUS
DU B L I N:
PRINTED FOR J. ARCHER, 80, DAME-STREET.
THE most of the following pages were written many months ago ; but as the agitation of the question which produced them had begun to subside, and had occasioned a degree of offence which required time to remove or qualify, it was judged not proper then to obtrude them upon the public. However, the Author has for a considerable time observed with some fatisfaction, that the profecution of the measure of Union between these kingdoms has been on every proper oc casion announced by the Executive in both Countries, and that the British legislature has so far feriously difcussed the subject as to lay a useful ground for future consideration; and he has also observed with still greater satisfaction, that there has been a gradual accession to the number of disintersted and sensible persons in : B