Excerpt from Letters to W. Wilberforce, Esq. M. P: To Which Is Added an Answer to Melancthon, His Vindicator; Demonstrating the Inconsistency of a Protestant Christian, and the Impolicy of a British Legislator, in Advocating the Roman Catholic Claims
It is under a strong conviction that some aber ration of this nature required public notice, in the case before us, that the Letters in question have appeared. - In what manner their Writer may have executed his intention, must remain for the Public alone to decide; but one consola tion, no man taketh from him, - an honest con viction, that, it has been only a stern and impera tive sense of Duty to his Church, and his Coun try, which has induced a Professor of the same Religious principles, as the respected Individual whom he has addressed, and a sincere admirer of his public and private character, to present this humble remonstrance' against a line of conduct.
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