Excerpt from Substance of the Speech of W. Huskisson, Esq.: In the House of Commons, in a Committee of the Whole House, Upon the Resolutions Proposed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Respecting the State of the Finances and the Sinking Fund of Great Britain, on Thursday, the 25th of March, 1813
But, leaving this task to his ingenuity, I must Observe to' the Committee, first, that the very foundation of his assumption that the old debt has been paid off, is laid in the circumstance of Our having incurred a new debt of a much larger amount; and secondly, that, even allowing him that assumption, he would not have been able to.
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