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SECTION we shall dismiss the subject, perfectly satisfied that Mr.
Fox will not be found deficient in either of these essential requisites; and deeply regretting that Mr. Rose's efforts to be candid, impartial, and accurate should, contrary to his best intentions, have been so uniformly counteracted by the magic spell of party prejudice,
Mr. Rose disputes where Mr. Fox's Work begins.—Treachery of Charles
the Second to his Ministers.-Mr. Rose only gives an Abstract of the Treaty of 1670.-How far Clarendon privy to Charles receiving money from France.