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ब्राभल्भाश्नत्र बाकै שכא ever be abused, the estalished Law of the Land is vary" properly armed with sufficient powers to punish those whe may be found guilty of misrepresenting the conduct or character of Goveruraent, which are effectually guarded by the same Laws to wnich individuals must look fon protection of their reputation and good name.-Memorisi to the Supreme Court. * 家 象 寧 Asif unfortunately affords few instances of Princes who have stûmitted their actions to the judgment of their subjects, but those who have dorse so, instead of falling in. to hatred and contempt, were the more loved and respected, whilo they lived, and their memory is still cherished by Insterity ; whereas more despotie Monarchs, pursued by hotled in their lifetime, could with difficulty escape the attempts of the rebel or the assassin, and their names are either detested or forgotten... A Government conscious of rectitude of intention, cannot be afraid of public scrutiny by means of the press, since this instrument can be equally well employed as a weapon of defence, and a Government possessed of immense patronage, is more especially secure, since the streater part of the learning and talent in the country being already, enlisted in the service, its actions, if they have any shadow of Justica, are sure of being tably and successfully defended.... - *. A Free Press has never yet censed a revolution in any part of the world, because, while men can easily Topອsent she grievances arising from the conduct of the local