Speech of Sir Richard Cartwright at Ingersoll, Nov. 14th, 1889 by Richard Cartwright
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I think it is all the more important I should do this, because public attention for a good while back has been more or less directed to certain other issues which were interjected as it were into the regular business of the session (somewhat as I conceive to the detriment of the latter) and which at any rate have prevented the matters I am about to mention from receiving much consideration so far. Now I have no intention of denying that the questions alluded to are in themselves of great importance. It is likely enough they will exercise a very powerful influence on the future of both parties in the state, and I am by no means inclined to question the courage and sincerity of those gentlemen who saw fit to raise them.

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Published January 12, 2018 by Forgotten Books. 34 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences.