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NORTH WILTS.

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NORTH WILTS. A requisition, signed by upwards of 900 of the most respectable gentlemen and yeomen of North Wilts, has been handed to Sir Fraucis Burdett, who has accepted the gage of battle," and has taken the field to rally" round the Throne, Lords, and Com- mons, and Established Church." North Wilts has thus an opportunity afforded it to add, like West- miuster, another wreath to the brow of the Noble and Patriotic Baronet. TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH WILTS. "Gentlemen,—The numerously and respectably signed requisition I have just received fiom you I lose no time in acknowledging. With pride and satisfaction I read in it the expression of your coti- fidence, and reliance on my sound constitutional principles., Gentlemen, by God's blessing I am so restored to health and strength, that, induced by so spirit-stirring a call from such a body ofmy country- men, I hesitate not to answer it in a note, tuned to the self-same key; and to assure you I am ready again to buckle on my armour, and again to meet the enemy in the gate. Gentlemen, should you replace me in parliament at the ensuing electiou, no etfort of mine shall be wanting to aid in the defence of our unrivalled in- stitutioas, to rally I round the Throne, Lords, Com- mons, and Established Church,all that is good, wise, and patriotic.' "Gentlemen, these words of my Lord Durham express all that need be said, or can be desired. 1 will only add, gentlemen, I accept the omen and remain, Your most devoted, and very humble servant, 11 FRAscis BURDETT. "St. James's Place, July 17."

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