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to his honour that he should finish his useful and noble life as plain Joseph Hume, so that we may continue to say of him as was said on the Middlesex hustings the other day by Lord Robert Grosvenor,—" He is one of the fairest men in the House of Commons. He has passed the whole of a long life in serving the people without fee or reward.—Biographical Magazine.
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JAMES AINSWORTH, PRINTER, AND PUBLISHER, PICCADILLY, MANCHESTER,