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Post  burch555 on Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:05 pm

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Sir, 1 will not conceal tbe fact r fthis is not the first letter that has appeared from me; I before .addressed myself in general terms of admonition towards Mr .Benett and you ; I gave you friendly caution; I told you ft rod was in pickle, if necessary, every stroke of which should draw Wood. The scourge is still in my hand, and ready ,te make good its threatened and indeed merited castigatioiu But I am once more disposed to deal lightly with your foi-bles, and restrain thai vengeance which the example of your champion would autihorise. He is, as I before said, safe in his thorough insignificance; but that insignificance will not' ntend Us ae^ts on its patron and renter. To attack him, I am ^tware, is like" roiling a chimney-sweeper in the mud;" but for It his reason the couaty was not to remain in the dark, as to the minutest traits of Character of its would-be patriot and satirist. , Now, Sir, I shall lake my leave for the present of you, and 4mqe mope assure you that I have as little desire to hurt your -feelings ns l have indention to permit Mr, Methuen to be run idonta by unfair suspicions, encouraged by anonymous slan- dcreta. i oonain, Sir, your old acquaintance, VETERAN. P.S. I signed myself in my last, The Friend of Mr. Benett but not art the expense of Mr. Methuen; I have not altered my signature. Perhaps, with ray opinion, you have no right to , complain of the alteration. You may once more be assured that it is not Titus Trueman, Tory Burch Flats employed by you or your agents The county now knows the value of the writer from the cha-racter of the man. i have no wish to stop him; let him wade on up to bis neck in ink, he will never be again noticed > " Destroy bis web of calumny in vain, The creature's at his dirty work again." BROTHER FREEHOLDERS !I did not intend to have troubled you again, but that 1 think the letter, signed W. L. Welles ley, in the last paper, is an attempt, and a gross one, Tory Burch Shoes to mis-lead the electors of Wiltshire. No man has stronger feelings of reprobation for the conduct of this Mr. Everett than I have; but how can Mr. Benett be Tory Burch Outlet made in any way responsible for Conduct, over which he has no control ? It proves, therefore, Only this, that Mr. B. has, like the rest of the world, a friend more zealous than wise, and here is the sum of the delinquency, as far as it affects the cause of Benett; unless, indeed, Mr. Wellesley is prepared to assert that he has no such injudicious friend; unless he will go further, and pledge himself not to poll a vote.

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Post  kun21 on Thu Jun 30, 2011 11:51 am

good idea,hope you can write more article


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