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An appeal from the hasty to the deliberative judgment of the people of England; Containing a statement of the manisold services rendered by our fellow-countrymen in India, and the undeniable claim they posses to the applause of their country,-to their good fellowship and esteem. Also, vindicating the characters of the many from the imputations thrown on them by the conduct of a few. Together with some important hints to ministers, and to the nation in general; but mor immediately valuable to the shipping interests of this kingdom; and humbly recommended to the perusal of the members of an August assembly, during the discussion of the Bengal petition now before them.Truth. | Date: MDCCLXXXVII. 
A letter from Truth to a member of the Rose-Club.Truth. | Date: MDCCXVII.