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The most important notes are those which throw light on Burke ' s inferences from
the events which had already estranged England and her colonies ; on his
manner of summing up everything said on all sides during ten years of ...
Of the regular histories , Lecky ' s England in the Eighteenth Century : : goes over
the whole ground minutely , and Green ' s History of the English People *
focusses the same wide view into small space . All these books exhibit the first
stage of ...
... of Wesley and Whitfield were ridiculed as fanatics or snivelling hypocrites ,
nevertheless before the middle of the century their zeal had gone beyond the
narrow limits of the sect , and was deepening the moral earnestness of all
... now and then omits qualifying clauses from speeches , and thus makes men
appear more hostile to America than they actually were . According to all
authorities , though England and her colonies xii INTRODUCTION . Political
Edmund Burke Hammond Lamont. According to all authorities , though England
and her colonies had not been actually hostile during the first half of the
eighteenth century , nevertheless several causes were producing irritation on
both sides .
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This well-crafted address was presented as a series of suggestions for a way to conciliate the American colonists and avoid a revolt. The common-sense points that Burke makes and the ways that he goes ... Прочетете пълната рецензия