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the pains to issue a counter placard, calling upon the "Radicals of Oldham" to attend, the meeting and tell their story in full force; but it attended at the request of the Southern Independence Association of Oldham, and whose "powerful advocacy of the South," says the Chronicle, "hmy heart believe--[interruption, and cries of "Turn him out"]--that Oldham, which from time-- [interruption; a voice: "It's Mr. Wood, the teet "He's been to the pump!" laughter, and cries of "Let him speak"] --Oldham, that from time immemorial up to now has always been noted for its ce: "Who found the ships, and who fetched the slaves?"] Radicals of Oldham--[Roars of laughter, uproar, and cries of "Question."] Radicals of Oldham, I know you are ashamed of listening to those who boast that, instead of liberty, equality, and fraternity, they will have slavery. [A toime tha'd dun nea."] In spite of the counsellors and aldermen of Oldham, [cries of "Question," and hisses,] the people of Oldham [question]