The Country Without a Government: Or Plain Questions Upon the Unhappy State of the Present Administration (Classic Reprint)
The time seems, in the opinion of all men, now to be come, when it behoves the people of this country, and none more than those who in station or in possessions stand at their head, to ask themselves a few plain but most important questions, touching the constitution of that Administration, which has for two years past undertaken the management of public affairs. It is the object of the following pages to assist in answering those questions, which must have already occurred to every body's mind, especially during the last two months.
When we speak of the Members of the present Administration, we, in fact, use, from habit, a very unnecessary circumlocution. The shorter, as well as plainer, and by far the more accurate expression is, the Duke of Wellington.
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