The Grenville Papers: Being the Correspondence of Richard Grenville, Earl Temple, K.G., and the Right Hon: George Grenville, Their Friends and Contemporaries, Volum 2

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which he receives from the Empress
58
result of the Trials of yesterday
70
Mr Wilkes to Earl Temple July 15 Quarter Sessions
76
same
79
Mr Wilkes to Earl Temple August 2 His reception at Can
82
The Earl of Egremont to Mr Grenville March 2
83
The Earl of Egremont to Mr Grenville August 6 Encloses
88
Mr Grenville to the Earl of Halifax August 27 Cold recep
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101
Mr Grenville to the Duke of Leeds September 3
107
Mr Horace Walpole to Mr Grenville September 7 In favour
113
Mr Charles Townshend to Earl Temple September 11 Con
121
Mr Wilkes to Earl Temple September 27 Unhappy in
129
Mr Grenville to the Bishop of Hereford October 18 In reply
136
Earl Temple to Mr Wilkes October 20 Sends a draft for 500l
142
Lord North to the Earl of Halifax October 30 The enclosure
151
Lord Clive to Mr Grenville November 7 Dispute with
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The King to Mr Grenville November 24 Anxious to be
165
The Earl of Bute to Mr Grenville April 1 He has desired
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Lord Egmont to Mr Grenville December 3 The State of
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proposition to make General Conway to Mr Grenville December 4 It was in con
177
Lord Clive to Mr Grenville December 21 The same subject
183
The King to Mr Grenville November 23 Remarks upon
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Earl and Countess Temple to Mr Horace Walpole December
189
Mr Grenvilles Diary entitled Some account of Memorable
191
Mrs Grenvilles Narrative of Events from November 1763
242
of 300 a year Mr Stuart Mackenzie to Mr Grenville January 10 Reception
250
The Earl of Sandwich to Mr Grenville January 27 The first
256
The Earl of Bath to Mr Grenville February 16 Desirous
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Memorial to Mr Grenville in favour of Dr Shebbeare February
270
General Townshend to Mr Grenville March 4 Advises
277
The King to Mr Grenville April 2
284
self from the report circulated by Mr Walpole that he
320
Albans patent of Hereditary Registrar of the High Court
329
Mr Horace Walpole to Mr Thomas Pitt June 5 Upon
335
The Earl of Sandwich to Mr Grenville June 6 Conference
344
Mr Grenville to the Earl of Hertford June 12 The King
352
Mr Grenville to the Lord Chancellor June 20 Relating to
360
Sir John Fielding to Mr Jenkinson June 28 Encloses an
367
Mr Whately to Mr Grenville June 29 Great fire at Lisbon
369
The Lord Chancellor to Mr Grenville November 26 Relating
371
The Earl of Sandwich to Mr Grenville July 3 Reports of
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Mr Jenkinson to Mr Grenville July 5 The Sherir of Banff
382
Mr Stuart Mackenzie to Mr Grenville July 15
388
Mr Grenville to the Marquess of Carnarvan July 22
399
General Conway to the Secretary at War July 22 Complains
405
French Arrêt
410
The Earl of Sandwich to Mr Grenville August 8
417
Mr Grenville to the Earl of Sandwich August 9
423
Mr Wilkes to Earl Temple June 18 Cause of the Printers
426
The Earl of Sandwich to Mr Grenville August 22
431
Mr Wilkes to Earl Temple September 9 Introduces M
437
Mr Charles Townshend to Earl Temple October 6 Illness
442
Mr Morton to Mr Grenville October 15Conversation with
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Mr Wilkes to Earl Temple November 1 Resolution of retire
454
Mr Cadogan to Mr Grenville May 25 The Duke of York
457
Mr Almon to Earl Temple July Account of the proceed
459
Mr Whately to Mr Grenville November 14
460
Mr Grenville to the Lord Chancellor November 26
461
Mr De Grey SolicitorGeneral to Mr Grenville November 30
471
The Earl of Sandwich to Mr Grenville December 27
479
Mr Grenville to the Duke of York May 25 The King
484
July
508

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Pàgina 444 - close of last Session, and the system of that great war, in "which my share of the Ministry was so largely arraigned, "given up by silence in a full House, I have little thoughts " of beginning the world again upon a new centre of union. "Your Grace will not, I trust, wonder if, after so recent "and so strange a phenomenon in politics , I have no dispo"sition to quit the free condition of a man standing single, "and daring to appeal to his country at large upon the "soundness of his principles, and...
Pàgina 476 - Is it possible that we have abolished their laws, and customs, and forms of judicature all at once? — a thing never to be attempted or wished. The history of the world don't furnish an instance of so rash and unjust an act...
Pàgina 267 - firmness and resolution must now be shown, and no one's friend saved who has dared to fly off ; this alone can restore order, and save this country from anarchy, by_ dismissing. ... I am not to be neglected unpunished.
Pàgina 74 - Hypocrisy, meanness, ignorance and insolence characterize the King I obey. My independent spirit will never take a favour from such a man. I know that I have neither the lust of power nor of money ; and if I leave my daughter less dirty coin, I will leave her more honest fame. I trust, next to her own virtues, her greatest honour will be derived from her father.
Pàgina 252 - The fourth question put to him on his arrival was, " When do you go?" The servants of the King and Queen were forbid to put on their new clothes for the wedding, or drawingroom, next day, and ordered to keep them for the Queen's birth-day. Such pains were taken to keep the Prince from any intercourse with any of the opposition, that — he has done nothing but take notice of them. He not only wrote to the Duke of Newcastle and Mr. Pitt, but has been at Hayes to see the latter, and has dined twice...
Pàgina 113 - THOUGH I am sensible I have no pretensions for asking you a favour, and, indeed, should be very unwilling to trespass on your good nature, yet I flatter myself I shall not be thought quite impertinent in interceding for a person, who I can answer has neither been to blame, nor any way deserved punishment, and therefore, I think you, Sir, will be ready to save him from prejudice. The person is my deputy, Mr. Grosvenor Bedford, who, above five-and-twenty years ago, was appointed Collector of the Customs...
Pàgina 61 - I have never lost sight of the great object of the liberty of the subject at large.
Pàgina 373 - Then, turning to the Stamp Act, he said that measure was not Mr. Grenville's. If the Act was a good one, the merit of it was not due to Mr. Grenville ; if it was a bad one, the errors or the ill policy of it did not belong to him. The measure was not his.
Pàgina 373 - America, it may be proper to charge certain stamp duties in the said colonies and plantations...
Pàgina 161 - Your account of the meeting last night gives me well-grounded hopes that everything in Parliament will go well ; the continuance of Wilkes' impudence is amazing, when his ruin is so near.

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