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S P E E CHES

OF THE

RIGHT HONOURABLE

WILLIAM HUSKISSO N.

VOL. III.

THE

S P E E C H E S

OF THE

RIGHT HONOURABLE

WILLIAM HUSKISSON,

WITH A

BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR,

SUPPLIED TO THE EDITOR

FROM

AUTHENTIC SOURCES.

" When he first devoted himself to the Public Service, he considered how he should
“ render himself fit for it; and this he did by endeavouring to discover what it was that
“ gave this country the rank it holds in the world. He found that its prosperity and dignity
“ arose principally, if not solely, from two sources ; its Constitution and Commerce. Both
“these he spared no study to understand, and no endeavour to support.”

Mr. Burke's Speech al Bristol, in 1774.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

LONDON:

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.

MDCCCXXXI.

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