A reply to the report of the Earl of Durham
One of his most famous works was his controversial Reply to Lord Durham's Report, written at white heat and originally published in 1839, at first in the form of seven letters to the Times. This edition also includes an introduction from Alfred G. Bailey, a Professor Emeritus of History at the University of New Brunswick.
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