Excerpt from A Review of the Speeches of the Right Hon. George Canning: On the Late Election for Liverpool, as Far as They Relate to the Questions of Peace and of Reform
It is, however, far from my intention to enter Upon a question which time alone can decide, and of which the electors of Liverpool'are the more immediate udges. With the propriety of their choice, or the reasons which led to it, I shall not interfere and - if any thing I may have occasion to advance may seem to apply to the town of Liver pool, it Will be. Found to be only so far as that place must, from its importance, be interested in all that afieets the nation at large. There are, .however, certain subjects of general importance; which' the 'circumstaneeof tlie coatest'hecessarily brought forwards; or, at least, upon which Mr; Canning thought propeii largely and repeatedly to eatery-i (0f principal embi'aee the great questions of Peace omeleti Rqfinimfupen both of which I have had Occasion, atdifiierefi; ms, to laymy sentiment!
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