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IRISH INDEPENDENCE;

OR THE

POLICY

OF

UNION.

Interes is a fure guide to nations, and it never was, nor never can be the
intereft of the smaller number to differ from the larger, or the weaker to differ
from the more powerful.

La

Right Hon. John Fofter.

Dublin:

PRINTED BY J. MILLIKEN 32, GRAFTON-STREET.

1800.

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I SHALL preface the following observations on Irish Independency and the Policy of Union, with the fentiments of two great and leading characters refpecting what is called the working of the conftitution of 1782.- -In MR. GRATTAN we have the founder of the fyftem, and it is to be presumed he understands the principle of his own creation, and what ought to be the practice In MR. FOSTER we have the defender of that fyftem and its operation. The reader will find that the Founder and the Defender entertain very opposite sentiments on the effect; and when fuch men disagree in opinion, he will, if he is not morofe, pardon the effort and errors of an individual,

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