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OPINION AND RECORD
EDUCATED, TITLED, AND TALENTED
CRIME AND INJUSTICE.
DEDICATED TO THE CAUSE
HUMANITY, PROGRESS, AND CIVILIZATION.
CHARLES WILLIAM GREGORY,
VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE ANSEMBLY OY UNITED PATRIOTS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND HER DEPENDENCIES, A PROMOTER AND EX-DIRECTOR
E'GAOED IN PROMOTING NAVIGATION, COMMENCE, AND CIVILIZATION.
"If I might give a shot hint to an impartial writer, it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth, let him proclaim war with mankind-neither to give nor to take quarter. If he tells the crimes of great men, they fall upon him with the iron liands of the law; if he tells them of virtues, when they have any, then the mob attacks him with slander. But if he regards truth, let him expect martyrdom
on both sides, and then he may go on fearless; and this is the course I take myself."--DE For.
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR, 3, INGRAM COURT, FENCHURCH STREET.
WATERLOW & SONS, LAW STATIONERS, BIRCHIN LANE, LOMBARD STREET ;
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SHIP AGENTS, BIROHIN LANE.
VOTICE TO PATRIOTS.
The Second Volume is preparing for the press. Political communications to be forwarded as usual, and under no circumstances through the Post-office.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.
The assembly will not undertake to return manuscripts. It was found impossible to record many serious cases in this volume ; they will appear in the next. Anonymous communications are not read, but at once destroyed.
BASTILE OF THE COURT OF CHANCERY,
alias QUEEN'S PRISON, Southwark, 18th June, 1856.
TO THE UNITED PATRIOTS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND HER
We are commanded by your President and Assembly to place in your hands, this, our first volume, which will reveal to you startling facts of the wickedness and corruption of the rulers of the country and men in high places. It is hoped that you will take timely warning from the fate and ruin which has befallen other Nations, and more readily avoid the snares and dangers which daily surround you.
The effeminacy, incapacity, and despotism, under which the people are governed, is intended to be increased by the appointment of a Minister of Police, with a system of espionage, and your houses invaded by spies. The liberty and property of no man, widow, or orphan, is secure from the merciless and dishonest adjudication and persecution of the unholy and corrupt Ecclesiastical and Chancery