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GENTLEMEN, CLERGY, and FREEHOLDERS of the Rape of Bramber, and the WORTHY ELECTORS of the Borough of New Shoreham.

Gentlemen,
Since I last addressed you, circumstances have transpired which call upon me for a full explanation of my sentiment s on the Catholic Question, an explanation which I intended to have given on the Hustings after the election. – A since Protestant, - no man would be less disposed than myself to assist in extending the influence of the Catholic Religion, but I looked upon the demands of the Catholics as a Political question, depending on the feeling of the times, and their loyalty and good conduct. &c &c.

EDWARD B. SUGDEN
Guildford Street, Russell Square,
May 31, 1826

CREASY AND BAKER, PRINTERS, GAZETTE-OFFICE, BRIGHTON

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