The Parliamentary Register: Proceedings and Debates, Հատոր 15

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J. Debrett., 1802

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Էջ 3 - Majesty the several rates and duties hereinafter mentioned; and do most humbly beseech your Majesty that it may be enacted, and be it enacted by the king's most excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal...
Էջ 203 - It has now insinuated itself into every creek and cranny in the kingdom. There is scarce a family so hidden and lost in the obscurest recesses- of the community, which does not feel that it has something to keep or to get, to hope or to fear, from the favour or displeasure of the Crown.
Էջ 137 - But who is he who arraigns gentlemen on this side of the House with causing, by their inflammatory speeches, the misfortunes of their country ? The accusation comes from one whose inflammatory harangues have led the Nation, step by step, from violence to violence...
Էջ 137 - What was the consequence of the sanguinary measures recommended in those bloody, inflammatory speeches? Though Boston was to be starved, though Hancock and Adams were proscribed, yet at the feet of these very men the Parliament of Great Britain was obliged to kneel, flatter, and cringe; and, as it had the cruelty at one time to denounce vengeance against these men, so it had the meanness afterwards to implore their forgiveness. Shall he who called the Americans, "Hancock and his crew...
Էջ 57 - With his surcease success: that but this blow Might be the be-all and the end-all here, But here, upon this bank and shoal of time, We'd jump the life to come. But in these cases We still have judgment here; that we but teach Bloody instructions, which, being taught, return To plague the inventor; this even-handed justice Commends the ingredients of our poison'd chalice To our own lips.
Էջ 115 - Majesty's most gracious answer : and, to have suffered the discontents ofthat kingdom to rise to such a height, as evidently to endanger a dissolution of the constitutional connection between the two kingdoms, and to create new embarrassments to the public councils by division and diffidence, in a moment, when real unanimity, grounded upon mutual confidence and affection, is confessedly essential to the preservation of what is left of the British empire.
Էջ 185 - House, as aimed at its own honour, dignity and independence, as an infringement of the dearest rights of every subject throughout the Empire, and tending to sap the basis of this free and happy Constitution
Էջ 68 - Parliament] [as the case may be] ; and we give you this notice to the intent that you may issue your warrant to the clerk of the crown to make out a new writ for the election of a knight to serve in Parliament for the said county of [or as the case may be] in the room of the said MP Given under our hands this day of To the speaker of the House of Commons.
Էջ 33 - ... security of the law ; but when a nation was reduced to such a state of wretchedness and distraction that the laws could afford the people no relief, they would afford a minister who had caused the evil but little protection.
Էջ 138 - Spanish war ? The American war ! What was it that armed forty-two thousand men in Ireland with the arguments carried on the points of forty thousand bayonets ? The American war ! For what are we about to incur an additional debt of twelve or fourteen millions ? This accursed, cruel, diabolical American war ! 79.

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