umanity, the chance of the moment, or the mercy of the winds and waves;--or rather let us say, to a greater mercy, and a higher Power.
It may be thought that this picture is overcharged; but unhappily, I believe it will be found too faithfully correct.
I am firmly convinced, that these appalling facts have never yet reached the great majority of the nation; but the veil once withdrawn, the honour, the justice, and the humanity of Britain will be deeply compromised, if the evil is not promptly and effectually redressed;--not any human means should be spared to atone for the past, and to alleviate the future.
In bringing this deeply interesting subject before the public, it is my ardent hope that it may call forth the attention of those better qualified to bring to perfection so important a work. Let this great national object but once engage the attention of the public mind, and not any thing can arrest its course.
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