Page:An address to the middle and working classes engaged in trade and manufactures throughout the empire on the necessity of union at the present crisis.djvu/12

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sumption and conceit. Still, I feel convinced that they contain the germs of important truths, which I hope to see more fully developed by men of greater ability and experience than myself. And so I commit them to the dispassionate judgment of every man who is willing, at the risk of misrepresentation and ridicule, to serve his country in this, its great emergency; feeling assured, at least, that they will receive no fictitious value from the name of,


Friends and Fellow Citizens, 


Your Faithful Servant, 


RICHARD GARDNER.

A. HEYWOOD, PRINTER, OLDHAM STREET, MANCHESTER.