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Page 33 - It is in this midnight of your intoxication, that I declare to you an awakening of bitterness — it is at this spring-tide of your joy, that I tell you that an ebb of troubles is at hand. A voice of warning and of sorrow I...
Page 3 - And I again call upon your lordships, and the" united powers of the state, to examine it thoroughly and decisively, and to stamp upon it an indelible stigma of the public abhorrence. And I again implore those holy prelates of our religion, to do away these iniquities from among us. Let them perform a lustration ; let them purify this house, and this country, from this sin.
Page 26 - ... restoration. — The murderer of the banker, mentioned in my Diary, vol. i., p. 131, and the murderer of thousands, mentioned in the same volume. Captain Weston is highminded, sagacious, energetic, hard-working, conciliatory, and, to Colonel Outram, his services in the new charge would be invaluable. I have the honour to remain, Your Lordship's faithful and obedient servant, (Signed) WH- SLEEMAN. To the Most Noble The Marquis of Dalhousie, KT Governor-General . . THE END.