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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 ...
More or less complete reports of the proceedings of Parliament bore the voices of
Fox , Pitt and Burke ' to an audience consisting of the whole nation . Another
element on which both Green and Lecky ? lay much stress was the so - called ...
... holding office during his pleasure should be paid by the crown : the colonists ,
unable to obtain redress through the regular government , organized committees
of correspondence which bound the whole country together in common action .
In this pamphlet Burke reviewed the whole policy which led to the outbreak . He
showed how the king and his small knot of secret advisers were building up
authority for themselves . He argued that the powers 1 Parliamentary History , XVI
This election from Bristol furnished Burke with an opportunity to prove that in
character as well as in abilities he was . removed from the ordinary politician by a
whole world of dif1 Mar . 17 , 1773 . 2 Speech on the Relief of the Protestant ...
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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