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“【3GIV】五分定位胆怎么玩”[Secret.]"ColonialOffice,November2,1845.[Seelargerversion]

TheEnglishOppositionnowbegantocommentwithgreatvigourontheconductofaffairs.Thespiritofthatbodyrosehigher,astheimminenceofwarbecamegreater.CharlesJamesFoxmadeamotionforacommitteetoinquireintothecausesoftheinefficiencyofhisMajesty'sarmsinNorthAmerica,andofthedefectionofthepeopleintheprovinceofQuebec.Hetookasearchingreviewofthewholeproceedingssince1774,andcontendedthattherewasagreatlackofabilityandmanagementsomewhere,eitherintheGovernmentwhichplanned,orthegeneralswhohadtoexecutetheMinisterialorders.Hismotion,however,wasuseless,foritwasrejectedbytwohundredandfortytoonehundredandfourvotes.

Onthe3rdofMayGeorgereceivedaddressesatCarltonHouse,andonthe10thheheldhisfirstleveesincehisaccessiontotheThrone,atwhichnearlyeighteenhundredpersonsofdistinctionwerepresent,whotestifiedtheirattachmenttohispersoninthemostgratifyingmanner.ThefamiliesofthegreatpoliticalpartythatformedandsupportedhisGovernmentaffectedtotreatthequeen'spretensionswithaquietdisdainthatevincedtheirconfidenceintheunboundedloyaltyofthenation.Buttheireyesweresoonopened;andinafewweeksMinisterssatabashedupontheTreasurybenchesasifconsciousthattheyweredrivingthevesseloftheConstitutionuponarock,subservienttothetyrannyoftheirmaster.TheLiberalpartywerevehementintheirdenunciations,andtheleadingWhigs,whetherfrompolicyorasenseofduty,cameforwardasthechampionsofthequeen'srights.Thepeoplewereallenthusiasticinherfavour,andwildwithexcitement.[122]

GEORGEII.ATDETTINGEN,1743.

Walpolewasinstantlyonthealertonthisstartlingdiscovery.HeprevailedonthekingtoputoffhisjourneytoGermany.TroopsweredrawnroundLondonandacampwasformedinHydePark.ThekingtookuphisresidenceatKensington,inthemidstofthesoldiers,andthePrinceofWalesretiredtoRichmond.GeneralMacartneywasdispatchedforstillmoretroopsfromIreland;somesuspectedpersonswerearrestedinScotland;theStatesofHollandweresolicitedtohaveshipsandsoldiersinreadiness;anorderwasobtainedfromtheCourtofMadridtoforbidtheembarkationofOrmonde;andGeneralChurchillwasdispatchedtoParistomakeallsecurewiththeRegent.Atterburywasarrestedonthe24thofAugust.

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     ThecommercialtreatywithFrance,Pitt'sgreatestachievementasafinancier,wasnotsigneduntiltherecess—namely,inSeptember.ItwasconceivedentirelyinthespiritofFreeTrade,andwasanhonestattempttoestablishaperpetualalliancebetweenthetwonations.Itstermswere:—Thatitwastocontinueinforcefortwelveyears;withsomefewexceptionsprohibitorydutiesbetweenthetwocountrieswererepealed;thewinesofFrancewereadmittedatthesamerateasthoseofPortugal;privateersbelongingtoanynationatwarwithoneofthecontractingpartiesmightnolongerequipthemselvesintheportsoftheother;andcompletereligiousandcivillibertywasgrantedtotheinhabitantsofeachcountrywhileresidingintheother.OneresultofthetreatywastherevivalofthetasteforlightFrenchwineswhichhadprevailedbeforethewarsoftheRevolution,andadeclineinthesaleofthefierywinesofthePeninsula.ButthetreatywasbitterlyattackedbytheOpposition.Floodreproducedtheabsurdargumentthatwealthconsistsofmoney,andthattradecanonlybebeneficialtothecountrywhichobtainsthelargestreturningold.FoxandBurke,withsingularlackofforesight,declaimedagainstPittformakingatreatywithFrance,"thenaturalpoliticalenemyofGreatBritain,"anddenouncedtheperfidywithwhichtheFrenchhadfosteredtheAmericanrevolt.Inspiteoftheilliberalityofthesearguments,Pitt,withtheacquiescenceofthecommercialclasses,carriedthetreatythroughParliamentbymajoritiesofmorethantwotoone.

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     Havingthusarrangedwiththenatives,ClivecametothefarmorearduousbusinessofcompellingtheEuropeanstoconformtotheordersoftheCompany,thatnomorepresentsshouldbereceived.Inhislettershomeherecommendedthattoputanendtotheexamplesofcorruptioninhighplaces,itwasnecessarythattheGovernorofBengalshouldhavealargersalary;thatheandothersofthehigherofficersshouldbeprohibitedfrombeingconcernedintrade;thatthechiefseatofgovernmentshouldbeatCalcutta;andtheGovernor-Generalshouldhavetheauthority,incasesofemergency,todecideindependentlyoftheCouncil.Thesewereallsoundviews,buttocarrythemoutrequiredthehighestexerciseofhisauthority.HeexactedawrittenpledgefromthecivilservantsoftheCompanythattheywouldreceivenomorepresentsfromthenativeprinces.Tothistherewasconsiderableobjection,andsomeresigned;buthecarriedthisthrough,nominallyatleast.Tosweetentheprohibitionofcivilservantsengagingintrade,hegavethemashareintheenormousemolumentsofthesaltmonopoly—twohundredpercent.beinglaidontheintroductionofsalt,oneoftherequisitesoflifetothenatives,fromtheadjoiningstateofMadrasintothatofBengal.

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     Thesumoftwentymillionswasdividedintonineteenshares,oneforeachofthecolonies,proportionedtothenumberofitsregisteredslaves,takeninconnectionwiththemarketpriceofslavesinthatcolony,onanaverageofeightyears,endingwith1830.ButnomoneywaspayableinanycolonyuntilitshouldhavebeendeclaredbyanOrderinCouncilthatsatisfactoryprovisionhadbeenmadebylawinsuchcolonyforgivingeffecttotheEmancipationAct.Twoofthemweresoperverseastodeclineforseveralyearstoqualifyforthereceptionofthemoney;butothersactedinadifferentspirit.Believingthatthesystemofapprenticeshipwasimpolitic,theydeclinedtotakeadvantageofit,andmanumittedtheirslavesatonce.Antiguawasthefirsttoadoptthiswisecourse.Itsslaveswereallpromptlyemancipated,andtheirconductfullyjustifiedthepolicy;foronChristmasDay,1834,forthefirsttimeduringthirtyyears,martiallawwasnotproclaimedinthatisland.Thus,theeffectoflibertywaspeace,quietness,andconfidence.Bermudafollowedthisgoodexample,asdidalsothesmallerislands,andafterwardsthelargeislandofBarbadoes;andtheiremancipationwashailedbythenegroeswithreligiousservices,followedbyfestivegatherings.Jamaica,andsomeotherislands,endeavouredtothwarttheoperationofthenewlaw,asfaraspossible,andtookeveryadvantageinmakingtheapprenticesmiserable,andwreakinguponthemtheirspiteandmalice.Theymetwithharshertreatmentthanever,beinginmanyinstanceseithersavagelyill-usedorinhumanlyneglected.Consideringtheirprovocations,itwasgenerallyadmittedthattheybehavedonthewholeverywell,enduringwithpatienceandresignationtheafflictionswhichtheyknewmustcometoanendinafewyears.Thetotalnumberofslavesconvertedintoapprenticesonthe1stofAugust,1834,was800,000.Theapprenticeshipdidnotlastbeyondtheshortertimeprescribed,andonthe1stofAugust,1838,therewasnotaslaveinexistenceundertheBritishCrown,saveonlyintheislandofMauritius,whichwassoonrequiredbyinstructionsfromtheHomeGovernmenttocarrytheActintoeffect.

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    Sincetheyear1833thesumof£20,000wasallthathadbeengrantedbyParliamentforpopulareducation.UptothistimetheNationalSocietyandtheBritishandForeignSchoolSocietyhad,withoutdistinctionofparty,enjoyedanequitableproportionofthebenefitofthisgrant.TheGovernmentwerenowabouttoproposeanincrease,buttheydeterminedatthesametimetochangethemodeofitsdistribution,andtheirplangaverisetoagreatdealofdiscussiononthesubjectduringtheSession.TheintentionsoftheGovernmentwerefirstmadeknownbyLordJohnRussellonthe12thofFebruarywhenhepresentedcertainpapers,andgaveanoutlineofhisviews.HeproposedthatthePresidentoftheCouncilandotherPrivyCouncillors,notexceedingfive,shouldformaBoard,toconsiderinwhatmannerthegrantsmadebyParliamentshouldbedistributed,andhethoughtthatthefirstobjectofsuchaBoardshouldbetheestablishmentofagoodnormalschoolfortheeducationofteachers.LordJohnsaidthathebroughtforwardtheplannotasafaultlessschemeofeducation,butasthatwhich,onconsideration,hethoughttobethemostpracticalinthepresentstateofthecountry.Thenewcommitteeonthe3rdofJunepassedseveralresolutions,oneofwhichwasthatintheiropinionthemostusefulapplicationsofanysumsvotedbyParliamentwouldconsistintheemploymentofthosemoneysintheestablishmentofanormalschool,underthedirectionoftheState,andnotunderthemanagementofavoluntarysociety.Theyadmitted,however,thattheyexperiencedsomuchdifficultyinreconcilingtheconflictingviewsrespectingtheprovisionstheyweredesirousofmaking—inorderthatthechildrenandteachersinstructedintheschoolshouldbedulytrainedintheprinciplesoftheChristianreligion,whiletherightsofconscienceshouldberespected—thatitwasnotintheirpowertomatureaplanfortheaccomplishmentoftheirdesignwithoutfurtherconsideration.Meanwhilethecommitteerecommendedthatnograntshouldthenceforthbemadefortheestablishmentorsupportofnormalschools,oranyotherschools,unlesstherightofinspectionwereretained,inordertosecureaconformitytotheregulationsanddisciplineestablishedintheseveralschools,withsuchimprovementsasmightfromtimetotimebesuggestedbythecommittee.ThedayafterthecommitteehadadoptedtheseresolutionsLordAshleymovedacalloftheHouseforthe14thofJune,whenLordJohnRussell,insecondingthemotion,statedthatGovernmentdidnotintendtoinsistupontheirproposaltofoundanormalschool.ThiswasaweakconcessiontotheChurchparty,butitdidnotpreventLordStanley,theauthorofasimilarmeasureforIreland,fromattackingtheBillwiththefullviolenceofhiseloquence.Thevotewastobeincreasedto£30,000.TheHouse,afteradebateofthreenights,divided,whenthegrantwasvotedbyamajorityofonlytwo.Onthe5thofJulythesubjectofeducationwasintroducedtothenoticeoftheLordsbytheArchbishopofCanterbury,whodefendedtheChurch,andobjectedtothegivingofGovernmentgrantsinamannercalculatedtopromotereligiousdissent.He[464]wasansweredbytheMarquisofLansdowne.TheBishopofExeter,theBishopofLondon,andseveralotherprelatesaddressedtheHouse,andgavetheirviewsonthisgreatquestion.TheArchbishopofCanterburyhadbroughtforwardaseriesofresolutionsembodyingtheChurchviewsofthesubject.TheseLordBroughamvigorouslyopposed.TheHousedividedonthepreviousquestion,whenthefirstresolution,theonlyoneputtothevote,wascarriedbyamajorityof111.ThisresolutioncondemnedtheOrderinCouncil,andinconsequenceofittheLordswentinabodytotheQueentooffertheirremonstranceagainsttheproposedchangeinthemodeofdistributingthegrant.Theremainingresolutionswerevotedwithoutadivision.NeverthelesstheMinistrysucceededincarryingamodifiedscheme,bywhichitwasprovidedthattheinspectorstobeappointedbytheCommitteeofthePrivyCouncilshouldbechosenwiththeapprovaloftheBishops,andshouldpresenttheirreportstothebishopoftheirdioceseaswellastotheCommitteeofthePrivyCouncil.ThustheChurchpracticallymonopolisedthegrant.

     AFTERCULLODEN:REBELHUNTING.

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