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??we were soon in a free conversation on the subject of parliamentary reform. When objections were stated, they listened candidly to our replies, and a good-humoured discussion, half serious, half joking, was prompted on both sides. I and Mitchell had with us, and it was entirely accidental, a few of Cobbett?s ""Registers"" and Hone?s Political Pamphlets, to which we sometimes appealed, and read extracts from. The soldiers were delighted; they burst into fits of laughter; and all the copies we had, being given to them, one of them read the ""Political Litany"" through, to the further great amusement of himself and the company. Thus we passed a most agreeable evening and parted only at the last hour.?

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Political Litany

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