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duce anneceffary applications to his Majesty, diffolution could one'but be attended with great and is difrefpeful to his Majesty and to the detriment and miichiel, and therefore he should House " ita

not advise any fuch exercise of the prerogative. Wheo Mr. Fox interfered, and recommended The minister was then called upon to fulfill 10 adjoaramete; that the right banourable Gen- the engagement he had entered into win the Serius might have time to secolled himself, Houle, of giving them fome faci factory realoni want oonfider whether he had treated the House for his continuing in offce after the repesied rewith that refpe& which might be expected solutions that had passed again him." In com, tom s minifter standing in his peculiar circum- pliance with this requisition, Mt. Pit began by f1ace:.

afTerting, that though the luation of a minija 24th Jan.

On the following day, Saturday, 18' ter maintaining his poft, after the House of Com,

soon as Mr. Pite had lakeo his place,' mans had declared him undeserving of their con Mr. Powis role, and after tamenting with tears fidence, was novel nou extraordinary, yet it was the extraordinary and disgraceful scene he had' in his opinion by no means unconftitutional.bees a witoefs to not long before, and thanking He conceived that, by the constitution, neither the members who had lo generovly pat' ao end the immediate appointment or removal of a mito it, he proposed the following question to ike nitter refled with that House; that he neither pailter :-*W bether be could, pledged himself could for ought to remain' long in such a licua ieas ibe Heaja jould meet there in parliament * tion, he was ready to confess; but he was bound Monday sett i After a hore pause, Mr. Pitt' to use his own discretion, io preventing the milo gat op, sod faid, 'that he few no reafon for res" chievous consequeaces that might atiend an inceding from bia resolution of refusing to pledge Aant resignation. He might meritoriouly contihimself as to any advice he might or might not, out in office, if he'were persuaded that his rée, ander, any pollihle circumftances, think proper signation would leave the country without any to give his Majesty ; but with regard to the pre.. executive government at all. Té behoved hin Scot question, he thought he might venture to to codgider who were likely to be his successors; fay, that he had on intention to advise tis'Ms. and he was bound, in honour and in daty, so jelly to prevent that Haufe from meeting on far 'co fupport the prerogative of the crown, as Monday.

not to quit a lituation, because it was become Having received this afTarance, Mr. Powis difficulo or dangerov“, till he saw some prospect mored, that the Houle should immediately ad- of ics being filed in a manner more accepiable jogra to Monday, in hopes that before their next to all the parties concerned. meeting fome means might be invented of heal? Aboue this time a ridiculous circumstance, isg siviftual that chreatened the country with brought forward by the precipitate zeal of the anarchy and contufroh. This motion was accordo friends of the ministry, for the purpose of retoria cordingly agreed to !

ing on their adverlaries the charge of andue in. On that day his Majesty's answer to quence, engaged the attention if the House of 26th Jea. ide address of the House being read Uy Cummon.. the cle:k, the following motion was made by On the 24th of this month, 'Mr. Yorke acMr. Eden, with a 'view co give the House á quainted the House, 'thas 'he had matters to come more permanenc fecurity than the precarious" municaie, in which their privileyes were deply mode of existence is then enjoyed only from day concerned :'the fift was, that an offer had been to day :

marle to t, meinber of the Houte, of a place of " That it appears to this House, that his Ma- * 500 a year, provided he would change lides, jetty's faid mott gracious answer contains assure and give his voce in oppofition to the present saces upeo which this Houfe cannot but most! miniltry; the fecond, that too soo had beca feuc firmly rely-That his Majetty will not, by the ' to Scotlead by the same party, and lodged in prorogation or de folution of parliament, inter che Bank of Edinbnrgh, for the purpose of die, rupt this Haufe in their confideration of proper fraying the travelling expenci's, and thereby. merlores for regulating the affairs of the East quickening the pace of the Scorch members; India company, and for supporting the public and that the lord advocate of Scotland, Mr. Hercredit and revenues of this country; objects, ry Etkine, was the person to whom 'the disposal which, in the opinion of his Majet.y, and of this of the money was entrusted. 'Mr. Yurke having Pablic, demand the mott immediate and unre. furcher acquainted the House, that the member, mitting atention of parliament."

Mr. Dalrymple, from whom he received this As soon as the motion was read, Mr. Pitt de intelligence, 'was then prelent, and ready to clared, thac his Majefty had indeed pledged' give the House 'aay further satisfaction they self is his answer not to interrupt cheir muteling inight require, he was called on by oppostio agan after their adjournent; but he saw soc to ineacion the particulars. He accordingly rehow it could be interred, chai che stiyal word latec, that'a Mr. Hamilton, of Bargeng, for#28 pledged any further. To 'a motivo chere- merly of the House, 'had oftered him a place, fore affixing an unlimited constrution to the on the conditions before flated, of 2.500 a year Kiog's answer, he mult give his differit ; and from the duke of Puruland, or ine Portiand ehut for the strongea reason that could puffbly administrationWith regard to the second be adduced, namely, becacle he knew when he 'ftory, he had been assured of the fact in a public advised his Majesty to use the words in which company; by Mr. Charceri, amember not then che aniwer was framed, he never had fuch an in his place. indefinite sense of them in his contemplation. - As soon as the intelligence "v: 18 thus itated, la.the picrent situatiwa uf 11.11, heibought at the friends cf the duke of Portland invited that it



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Mould be taken down in writing by the clerk, in “ We whose names tre hercinto ligaed order to be fully inveltigated. A message was membere of the House of Commons, being sene privately to the dute, co acquainc him wish., fully persuaded that the united efforts of thor wbai had parteidi; in consequence of which be' in whose integrity, abilities, and constitucions immediately repaired to the lobby, and deGred principles we have reason to confide, can alon the Houle mighi be acquainted that he was teady rescue the coupiry from its present diftra&t ce to come within their bar, and answer such quer date, da join in moft humbly entrcaling chere cions relative to the subject as they night chule, la communicate with cach other on the arduous co puc co lim. Several members suspecting that, liquation of public affairs, multing, that by • lithe whole matter might have originated in a jest, beral and unreserved intercourse between ihem, exp:efled their wishes that it might be dropped; every impodiment may be removed to a cordial but the inembers who had brought forward the co-operation of great and respe&able chariccharges, içluling their consent to a marion, ia lest, ating on the same public principles, and which is proposed 40 face chat she said charges, entitled to the support -ofi independent sad disialed been wholly.cbandoned ly chei, an order, was 1 (erested men," made for the attendance of Mr. Hamilton, In answer to this address, both parties expref

A few days afterwards, Mr, Charteris being in red themselves degraus of complying with the his place, explained in the House the occalina, wishes of to respectable a meeting; but the of the jelt which he had pus ypon his honoura. Duke of Portland conceived that he could not ble friend, and which he was forry so tind had, have any interview with Mr. Pile, for the puroccasioned fo much lecious difceffion: and id, polc of union, 10 long as the lateer held his decu. appsaring by a letter tead na the House from ation as prime minifter, in defiance of the reiothe gentleman himielf, chat the offer of Mr. Juvons of the House of Commons. On the Hamilton had arilen, from the same mirthful dilo: other hand, Mr. Pite' declined relegning, eipolicia, the order for his attendance was disa thes ayally or virtually as a preliminary 10 charged, and the following molion agreed to: negociation.

" Thae it appears to this House, fhac the Inorder to co-operate with and are chia ges contained in ebe said, informacion (the list che exertions of the meeting a the

ad feb." fame having been preyjuny lead by she clok) - Si, Alban's, it was moved by one of their mem. relpecting the duke of Portlaod and che laca ada, bern, and carried unanimously in the House of miniftration, were grounder

Commons, " That the prescat arduous and criAs the ground, on which she mipifier endea. , cical lilusion of public affairs required the exervoured 10, de fond his.concinyance in office, after cions of a firm, efficient, extended, and united ehice several voles of dilapprobation had passed: adminiitration, entitled to the conhdence of the che House of Commons, appunued in fact, to people, and luch as might have a tendency to nothing more than that he way of opinion hirsc pul an end to the unfortunate divisiops and dis. maining in power, was Jerviceable is the coun. , iraction of this country." ery, ihough the Howle chole to think otherwise,-) In addicion to this, a lecond resolution was it is scarcely "eu Nasy to add, chat they appease moved by M. Cukc, which bad for its object ed in the majority wbolly unlacictactory. The,, the reprehention of Mr. Pute's refuial co rclign, nexelter cheresire, which in the course of paroi declaring, “ thay che consiguaoce of the prefiimenisky procee

culingas nughe regularly to have , fent ministers in office was an obitacle to the been adopted, was an ad, eli lo ibe throne, 10 forming a tiron, efficient, extended, and upiced remove him yom his Majesty's councils; and administration." such a mesfuse, by briuging the concert 10 This latt motion occasioned much debac. an immedige deurion, would, at all eventi, The ground on which it was combated, was: have rescued ahe government of the country from the growing popularity of the new adininiftrashe diligracelul muuasion in which is then Rone, cion; and the Houle was therefore adjured not Bulay on the one hand, the Itrong and dec ded to proroke the people w go to the foot of the opposition of the country gentlemen to the dilen thrunc, and implore the crown to rescue them solution of pailamon leem. co_have overawed from is eyranuy. On the other side, it was althe minister into the dereli&tion of a lepfe ne-, i felted that the prpularity of she ministers was cessary on hi part; 10, on the other hand, wheir founded on a temporary deluson, and fupported gencial cali for an uning prevented the oppogie by astful misreprelentations and grols calumpit“. tion from pursuing those mealures of vigour, Thai the design to create a dissenlion between which the confi uțion of parl amene, in con. the House and ebe, people at iarge, was of a currence with their own intereit, obvioully re nature che molt alarming and dangerous to the quired.

coattitution, amit a daring attack upon the priviOn the 26th of January, a meeting leges of the Houle, which, - nou firmly refift

Of!wh menibers of the House at Com cd, would terminate in the destruction of the lio* mons a wei 2nxiuus lo promu' le a coalizinn i burties cẾ the nation. Mr. Pilt threw himself parties met at the St. Alban's tavern. Their on the candour anu jullice of the House: buc Dumle amounted to ncar levcocy; and an ad. declared tiriniy, he would not by any me.. sels war' immediacely agreed 10 mod ligned, nagemeos de inducen lo religa. To murch our ad optered in be picaled by a commitee of his pult with a halter about his neck, change of their body !0, the Duke of Portland and Ms. hii armour, and meani-beg to be re admitted, Plit.

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never fabrit. Some of the members, who stiff, and Tubordionte confiderations, he confeited that continued their endeavours to effect a coalition, there mighe be perfoam with whom he could not thed the previous question to be put on che possibly bring himself to set, wichaut 'forfeiting mation, with a view to try whether the House that chara&er of consistency which other Gen. muid cnalent to reltind the voces of censure tlemen he thought had too much undervalued. they had before pared, is t matter of accommod if such persons there were, and they would condaxion; declaring, if this wat nor dorte, they fene to facriede cheir views, and to ren la solid conder themelves to bound to Tupport felves or of che way of union, be thought they the present question : thut those resolutions and would do themselves honour, and meric the thanks the profeet administration ought not to stand top of their country. quber; ches the authority of the Hoofe must These allufions called up Lord North, to be fupported, and that the pride of an individual whom they were manifeftly pointed. He said, cazhe not to taad in the way of ic On the that though he did not feel in himself the least éviGon there were 223 for the motion, againlt

' disposition to gratify, the caprice of the unjult

prejudices of any individual; yec, what he hould The day following the resolucions, after be onwilling to do for the righe honourable minif. tag and warm debate, in which the fame ground ter, he was willing and ready to do for his coun. *as gone over as before, were ordered, by a ma. ery. That if- his pretenGons Thould be deemed jarity of 14, to be laid before his Majelly. any obstacle to 20 union, he should rejoice in

The Itep taken by the House of Commons removing it; but he apprehended that not hirsia would probably have brought the conteft be- felf, but the Chancellor of ebe Exchcquer, Rood Iween the two parties to's Speedy deciñon, if in the way of union, since it appeared ibat gothe members, who met at the St. Alban's ta- ' thing was now Wanting for thae falutary end, vero, had got checked it by, a declaration, but that the right hon. Gentleman should pay a whick, coming from so powerful a body, almost joft and datiful relped to the resolutions of that faced affairs again iaco a lace of suspense and House, by retiring from a situation which he indecidon.

both obtained and held ooʻprinciples they had it. tita Feb.

On the ruth of February, Mr. Mar- peatedly condemned.

han read to the House, as a part of The higheft applauses were bestowed on bar speech, : resolution of the members of the Lord North for his noble and dilacerested conmeeting a the St. Albao's tavern, in which they dua, particularly by the leaders of the St. Ale declared, that in administration formed on the ban's assembly, who called foudly on Mr. Pill,

total exclusion of the members of the lattor pre. but in vain, to yield to the prefling, exigeacies of | ka adminiftration would be inadequate to the his country crigencies of the public affairs,”

Notwithstanding the discouraging circumstances This declaracion give occasion to the leading which appeared in the above debate, the struçiaipersoas on both Gdes to deliver their fencimenes, ed members fill cominced their endeavours 40 refpe&ing the so much defired coalition. MK effect an union. They returned their unanimous For, after expreffing his fincete wishes for an thanks to Lord North and Mr. Fox for their open, union, again ialisted on the telgnation of the candid, and manly declarations of their willinga Cluncellor of the Exchequer, or at lealt on his 'sels to" conciliate the differences fubafting bedeclariog that the present adininiftration was "ween the contendiag parties, and an expedient fubftantially dissolved, as to indispensable prélie was at length fuggested, which, without any minary Rep. He did not fcruple, he said, to, conceffion of principle on either side, bus paly : row his opinion, that the Houfe of Commons conceffiod of inoide, it was koped 'mighe lead to hart, eod ought to have, 7 reti sod substantial , an amicable pegociation : this was, chut ihe negative in the nomination of ministers of Itace: Duke of Portland be requested by the King so the condud of the right honourable Gentleman have a conference with Mr. Pice for the purpore miliated dire&ly against this polician; and of forming a new adminiltration iberefore, however delirable an union on almost This proposition was acceded to ; and a mesa any rerms might be, yet he 'conceived it would fage was" accordingly fede by Mr. Piid lo the be infinitely overbalanced by the mischief of er: "Duke; in which he acquainted him, that te tablishing a precedent, which, if purrued,' would was commanded to signify to him his Majela reader the House of Commons worse than ofe. iy's carnett desire, that his Grace hould have a lese - This facrifice to the constitution, which personal conference with Mr. Pile, for the

pura And beca lo grossly violated, mat' be absolutely pure of forming a new adminiltration on a wide required from him; all other poiars, Ms. Fox basis, and on fair and equal terms. conceivel, might be easily adjusted.

This mellige was perically faci factorý to the Mr. Piet declared, that, for the trafons alrea. Duke of Portland as to the mode proposed, bus dy given by him, he could not recede from his he wished to have the terms of the meilige pers former determination. He alh.wert, that no mi- fectly understood berweco hin and Mr. Piu prea sister could in tact continue long in office that vious to the conference. The word fair he had did not press the confidence of that House; bus no objection to ; it was a general term, and chey he denied that there were say construcional mighi in framing the arrangemen', muually means to force him to refigo. The proper method discuss what each contieren to be fair: but the of effecting his removal was by an address to the word equal was a limited and speciác term, and frown; i), in consequence of such a measure, therefore, he wither to know frota Mr. Pies sin the King fhould think proper to remove hina what particular obje it was intended to be ap. from his office, he held is neither illegal nor udplied, seemed to promise fleader hopes of: coatisacional to retaia it. With regard to other feel unica, sad had ihe appearacce af formin

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an arrangement, more on the idea of having equal , very right of such a refy!al une questioned.ouinbers of cach party in the Cabinet, chan ga The exercise of this privilege, in foumer cimes, mulual coobiçlence and unity of principles. Mr. ; was founded on principles which, I was conPitt replied, that the word objected to would be cended, did npc pow.exill. The settled revenues, bilt explained at their conference, and declined, of ihe crown were then Tofficienç for all the pray all further pisliminary difcuffions. Two other. dinary purposes of the exgcotines gavernment : proposals were offered by the Duke of Portland;s, without 19, augiu al application to parliament; ine nirft, that he should be permitted to contine and it was only on extraordinary demande, lucha che mellage of Mr. Pice, co imply a virtual f&rway for the profecution of wars disapraved of- by Signation the second, that he mighe receive hus.., parliament, chut the fighesof selulele was exepMajelly's commands relacive to the conference cised; whaças, in the present date of our gues from the fovereign in person but they were basta verament, cu deny the ordinary neaual support, refused.

would be, in fact, wy dissolve the whole fabric of Thus eaded all hopes of a coalition of passics: 89reramente and the meeting at the St. Alban's closed their The Chancellor of the Exchequer, without:: efforts with declaring, " That they heard, with denyige the right of refubing supplies in cases of infinite conceina has all further progress towards, necellityconsented himself with appealing to the an union was peyepied by a douby respecting jullige, of the House, whether- bis Majelly's re.

te word, and that ibey. were upanimoudy of fusal to dismile Minillers, because that House, mpinion that it would be no dihonourable hep had thoughe proper to condemn them without a in either of the Geotlemen to give way, and trial, was a justitiable groved for the exercise might be highly advantageous to the public wel , of ii. On the divisoup there appeared for poffe , jare."

Ji mult, however, "be confeflod, thac poning the supplies 208, again! il, 196.. the at:emplinell, though highly applauded in As the service of the ordnance could not suffer bluray at it did nos promilk any folid, or the report on the ettimaçes of chac eftallifhmensa general, was considereil by, lume 4s. tutile and any inconvenience by deferring from uime to uime

and that it conuibuled, in, ait appears to bave been the delign of the leaders considerable"Jegrec, by inducing delay and jo.. of Oppotition to have pursued that plan, is the decition to aggravate,che, michigania was desgae molt comitiqutional mahod of giving tffect in ed to reincdy.

the selolucions of the House of Commons Da This day the Chancellor, of,che Exo the other hand, the comply frentemen, chough Sibulce.

cheguer being alked, previous ed ihe they had given up all hopes of effe@ing a coaliss carlıderaton ur fupply for she lervice of the old , 2100, and were extrendy adverse, on the fame nance, whether he had any ihing to cimmuni principles, ho, she continuance of the miniflers har boethe Highest Perle en het land in the incuffice, jer they were not willing to,

before the king, informed the mealurs phone had the imallest appearance of palli Hitte, Thit nis Majesty aler" canlidera- ing matters to exteipilies. Je leeme, shereine, : tion of all the circumftances of the compusy, hude to have been agjeed on, as a fort of compree not itoughe proper 10 diimila bisyon tets, and mils, shat the supplies pould be suffered by opthai' his ministers had not religned.

pulition to proceed in their usual courke, and that The intimation brought on a long and warm the country, many should take she icad in endeta debate. The sileation of the Hyuls was called vouring effect a removal of the ministry, by an; co it in the most rosteing manperzu I was laid 19" application to the throne. be the funt iptance, lavce the Revolution, *. su addrets was accordingly moved by Mr, dirtek denial on the part of she grown to curo. Powice to express the reliance or

2och Teb. piv with the Withes of the hus vi Coromons; the Houle on his Majelly's royal wile? thai it was the four time the House had more: dom, sivas he would cake lush measures as might ceived a gravious answer from a Prince of the lead losive effect to the wishes of his fathul house of Brunfwick; that it was a matter of Commons, which had been already, molt hum. melanchuly, but most weighey cunha caiga, biy predenied to his Majesty," and to this ite that persons had been found capable of adv linge, was quierward, 99 che motion af Mr. Edei, his Majesty to depart from the unitom practice agreed Od, .by remoying 19y, obstacle to of his ancellors from that line of conduct under the formation of such an adminitration as the which the counsay' had, srown great woulich, Houle has sleiç be requiline in the present and power tol, and that an evene fy new and critical and arduous Itale of public affairs": alarming required, on their part, firm bie This addicts was carica by; a majority of twen modérate, prudent buc cffcctual, ailersion or ry one their privileges in that the power of granting of

The House of Lords, after the rejection of sefuring in Tupplies was the conftitutional thield the India bill, us w cxhautel by to unuldal ao of their authority; and that to this, if iç thouli itforha beheid ihe drugkles aod' Jilleo sions of the at lalf be tuu'nj uccellary, they were bound to líuuis ni Cominvas rather as a Ipectacor, lilan have relos lus to avoid all imposion vf rath as a plic of the coaftitution deeply concerned in nels of violence, and to leave his basily's ininto the reinit, In order in bicak chrongh Jhis ters time to iccuried chemiclyen it was only sence, vi hich, al fin critical a tine, was seiner propofed to 'deier inc report of the ordinace cdo calculated to Lippost the dignity of the House Umales till the Friday, tollowing:

por the inicicil of the Miniller, ihe Earl of ElThe maention of refusing ibi jupplies was le. finghain, on ihe 4th of February, moved two weived by the opher side of ine Houle as a chieal, triontions in ppulun i thote moved in the which svanlihe utmolt madnéis vi bacion, it was Houte of Criminons on it.c.2.45h of Decembei aqui ind; could noc (erzeun; deligazo exscue Tas lue in. ut. Jikadar ya ;

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Sepana cely affarning to it feli the direction of a to pitevent, the talk and precipicate exerciie of dereistarý power, which, toy set of parlia- any power, which might be attended with danzest, in vetted in any body of men, 10-be ex. ger'io publie credlie and lots to the revenue : Froded as they fall think expedient, is uncun- That the refolation of the z art, of December Lessoal

coafticored a judicious and regular discharge of ed. " That by the known principles of his an indispensable duty: - Thai tad the House csautitution, the no doubled authority or appoint.' neglected to make a limilar provision in the ai. ing to the great offices of executive government ticil biustion of public affärs, they muft have w folely relted in the King, and that thac been responsible to their cunttievents for the Hoeke had every reason to place the firincit reli molt alarming confequetices:ad, That the mee is tis Majelly's wisdorn in the exercise of House would moderately and firmly affert their se prerogative."

privileges, and persevere in the conscientious diiThese coutter resolations were objected to by charge of what they owed to the nation and to be friends of the late ministry, as being in their pofterity." nasze predodive of jealousy and animokties be On the 25th of February the address of the tween che two Houfes.

Commons was presented to the King, and on the Wab regard to the it, it was faed, the 27th the Speaker reported to the House his Mathe House of Commons had a peculiar cognizance jetty antwer; in which, after afturing them ot fail matrett relating in the revenues, and that his earnieft de fire to por ao end to the divhon and asy wateríerence of the Lords was a matter ever distracions of the country, and remindrog them abje&ed to and disallowed by the other House of the recent endeavours he had uled to that The fetsed refolution was andiäbtealy truc, as purposes he deelares that he cannot see that it *3 bore propofitioa ; but if it was te latino would in any degree be advanced by ihe dimili. sa tonleyuences, it was an idle Wale of words on of thole at present in his service. He obsabcoming their lordship,' dignity if it' was to lerves, that no charge or complaint is suggested be applied as a ceplore on the House of Com. agriott his minifter, nor is any one of them ips1998, the coolequeaces of it would be no other citically obje&ed 10; and, on the other hand, stae difcord betwees the swo Houses, and a dil chat numbers of his subject# had expressed to him falsties of parliament.

the ulmust satisfa&tioa on the change of his couco Os the other band the resolations were sup- .cils. Unde: thele circumftances, he trusted the preted on this ground; that though any branch House would nol with for the removal of leis preof the legiflature was eriployed to declare its fent minillers, 'rill there was some prospea inat beraiments on every subject, yet the resolucions fuch, en unior as had been called for might be

the Honfe of Commons asuming in one in carried into effect. tanice drcely to controul a legal diferetionary

The congderation of his Majer.

1st March. power, and in the diher intring ng upon the ty's answer was deferred to the first King's prerogative, with a view io-rettrain him of March, da which day a fecond a deefs was Iragen she choice of his own minifters, the House ordered to be prepared in which, aíter ací Lande w* called upon to exprels its abhorreace knowledging his Majesty's gracious eadeavours fuch alarmin; proceeding:

to give effect to the objca of their lace refoluri. The selskacions, airer a Phort debate, passed ons, they lament that ihe failure of thole toideaby u copiderable majoricy.

vours Rould be conlidered as a finals bar to the The House of Common: fuffered this artack accomplishment of to valucargand defirable a pur* is resolucions, without being betrayed into pole, and exprefs their cornicera and disappointias visteace or intemperance and what to ments thao hir Majetly had not beca adviled to taost seuled time mig he have het A produtive of lake any farther step wwad unning in the pebthe most pointed reconftrancer, was niww.prou lie service thote wh se joint efforts cccully apreded in wich mach caution avid förlvearance. -peared to his Majesty: most capable of producing To come to an open rupture with the Lord' ac lo happy an elfca : they repire lene that the Hoor this cráical juncture of affairs might' afford a with all humuity, claims it as their righi, and pccions pica for a diffolusion of parliament, and on every proper occafian icei it to be their boun the Hoolc accordingly conienced itsete with mov. den duiy, 10, mwvile his couching the exc sile ut ing for a * Committee to examine into the any branch of bis royal pierogarive; and, akir stage of either house of parliament in tegurd to facing the fubttance of aheir iu mer telolúcion, his inter paling in the exercise of difcrecionary the addrer conclude 'with #evlaninig, ** Thae as powers, refied in the fervante of the crown, or his Majutty's faiebtui Commods, 'upon the mal

aay.tody of mes, for poblic porposes." A curelt deliberariotr, cuacot bar confider the cena wiety of precedents were lele and reported tiruance for the quelent Millers as an initiru by this commit cec freny the funnits ut the Hoofe mountatile obstacle tu i Majelly's gracious puru e-Commons, limitar do the reglurtoas adjccted pole es comply with their gracious wilhes, ine

18.bp she Lords, and inconico sence vor the ve- formation of uuch an adminiftraino as his Maje. I puce the Howie patteosudna fir ollowing resolusie ty, in concurrence with the unaniinous retulu

Thau thc Hourt had no silumoil to its sien 'otishia Huule; 'ieems corthink aquifies... but right to loipend the cat aieran of wobellows: the prevent exigenotto di tbe vounty, they fee:

Taa tor boa 10.decissettier.optowo re themselves bound to remain firmy in the eth ex the dog she extiniece-lay that resiunary powery pretfcd tu his Majotty in the late humbié autas turiu (aciosal, la diagroesbic te stabilized diets, and dortherétore-End themícives' vblige?

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