2 edition of A letter to the Irish Parliament, on the intended bill for legalizing military law. found in the catalog.
|Statement||printed and sold by the book-sellers|
|Publishers||printed and sold by the book-sellers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|2||Eighteenth Century -- reel 10906, no. 18.|
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If you had confented to it in the firft in- ftance, military law would not have been deemed neceflary but you raifed refiftance to it ; you en- couraged county meetings ; you received addrelTes ; and you talked with fenatorial propriety, of obeying the inftrudlions of your conftitucnts. Perfecution has made many martyrs ; but it never has made one convert, and it never will —the nature of man refifts it- the feelings implanted by the God of Juftice, revolt againft it.
by: Liberal supporter of Roman Catholic emancipation and parliamentary reform.
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Why put all the reft of the country out of the ban of civil law? 1 would wifti to fuppofe you not inclined to this work of extermination.
And in common with them, I now feel the utmoft alarm and anxiety at the propofal of that bill, which is, I find, to precede and enfure the fuc- cefs of that meafure.
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