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To Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M. P.
THE high-minded Senator finds in the applause of his countrymen an ample compensation for the relinquishment of that power and emolument which he seldom can obtain but by a dereliction of duty.--The dedication of these volumes to you, I consider as the most public manner in which I can join my suffrage to the acclamations of thousands — acclamations expressive of the sense we entertain of your talents and patriotism. For the