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Strona 269 - Petition of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London, in Common Council assembled.
Strona 324 - It is not my intention to trace him through his immorality — suffice it to say, that he was in every sense of the word a villain of the deepest atrocity. His landlord refused to give him a character. Some short time after this, he called upon his landlord again ; but mark the change in his appearance— dressed like a lord, in all the folly of the reigning fashion. He now described himself as the right heir .to a German Baron, who had been some time...
Strona 278 - Radical reform," wrote a distinguished lawyer, " was not merely a seditious attempt to undermine the existing constitution and Government by bringing it into contempt, but it was an overt act of treasonable conspiracy against that constitution of Government, including the king as its head and bound by his coronation oath to maintain it.
Strona 236 - There is a more conclusive evidence of his feelings than popular opinion. On Sunday, the 2ist of December, the day after this last trial, lord Ellenborough wrote thus to lord Sidmouth : " The disgraceful events which have occurred at Guildhall within the last three or four days have led me. both on account of the public and myself, to consider very seriously my own sufficiency, particularly in point of bodily health and strength, to discharge the official duties of my station in the manner in which,...
Strona 476 - The chamber where the good man meets his fate, Is privileg'd beyond the common walk Of virtuous life, quite in the verge of heaven.
Strona 168 - In considering our internal situation, you will, I doubt not. feel a just indignation at the attempts which have been made to take advantage of the distresses of the country, for the purpose of exciting a spirit of sedition and violence.
Strona 369 - ... security be thus afforded for the continuance of that concord amongst themselves which is not less essential to his Majesty's happiness than to their own, and which it has been the chief object of his Majesty, during his residence in this country, to cherish and promote.
Strona 169 - ... a traitorous conspiracy has been formed in the metropolis for the purpose of overthrowing, by means of a general insurrection, the established government, laws, and constitution of this kingdom, and of effecting a general plunder and division of property.
Strona 409 - It is no wonder, that faction is so productive of vices of all kinds; for, besides that it inflames all the passions, it tends much to remove those great restraints, horror and shame; when men find that no iniquity can lose them the applause of their own party, and no innocence secure them against the calumnies of the opposite.