<<A>> radical mis-represented and truly-represented, or, A two-fold character of radicalism the one containing a summary of the horrible doctrines and treacherous practices imputed to those who avow themselves to be advocates and friends of a radical reform in the people's House of Parliament, the other laying down the true principles, rational motives, and constitutional grounds which the radical reformers own and defend, as the chief cause of action, and the centre of their desires
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