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“sg飞艇冠军”ThisstyleofversewasthoughtverymagnificentbyAnnaSeward,ofLichfield,whowasintimatewithDarwinwhenhelivedthereinhisearliercareer,andwhoherselfwasapoetessofsomepretension.MissSeward,however,showedbetterjudgmentinbeingamongstthefirsttopointouttherisingfameofSoutheyandScott.TheverseofDarwinbroughtPope'smetretothehighestpitchofmagniloquence;andtheuseofthec?suragivesitaperfectlyDarwinianpeculiarity.Windham,onthe3rdofApril,proposedhisplanfortheimprovementofthearmy.Tillthistimeenlistmentshadbeenforlife,whichgavemenastrongaversiontoenterit,andmadeittheresortchieflyofsuchaswereentrappedindrink,orweretheoffscouringofsociety,whobecamesoldierstoenjoyanidlelifeandoftentoescapehangingfortheirdesperatecrimes.Hesaidthatwecouldnothaverecoursetoconscriptioninthiscountry,andtogetmen,andespeciallyabetterclassofmen,wemustlimitthetermofserviceandincreasethepay.Topreparethewayforhiscontemplatedregulations,hefirstmovedfortherepealofPitt'sAdditionalForceBill.ThiswasstronglyopposedbyCastlereaghandCanning,whocontendedthatnothingcouldbebetterormoreflourishingthantheconditionofthearmy;andthattherepealofPitt'sBillwasonlymeanttocastasluronhismemory.Notwithstandingthis,[519]theBillwasrepealedbyamajority,intheCommons,oftwohundredandthirty-fiveagainstonehundredandnineteen,andintheLordsbyamajorityofninety-sevenagainstforty.WindhamthenmovedforaclauseintheannualMutinyBill,onthe30thofMay,forlimitingthetermsofservice.Intheinfantry,thesetermsweredividedintothree,ofsevenyearseach;andinthecavalryandartillerythreealso,thefirstoften,thesecondofsix,andthethirdoffiveyears.Attheendofanyoneoftheseterms,thesoldiercoulddemandhisdischarge,buthisprivilegesandpensionsweretobeincreasedaccordingtothelengthofhisservice.Notwithstandingactiveopposition,theclausewasadoptedandinserted.HethenfollowedthissuccessbyaseriesofBills:onefortrainingacertainnumberofpersonsliabletobedrawnfromthemilitia,notexceedingtwohundredthousand;aBillsuspendingtheballotforthemilitiaforEnglandfortwoyears,exceptsofarasshouldbenecessarytosupplyvacanciesinanycorpsfallenbelowitsquota;aBill,calledtheChelseaHospitalBill,tosecuretodisabledordischargedsoldierstheirrightfulpensions;aBillforaugmentingthepayofinfantryofficersoftheregularline;andoneforsettlingtherelativerankofofficersoftroopsoftheline,militia,andyeomanry.TotheseBills,whichwereallpassed,wasaddedavotefortheincreasedpayofsergeants,corporals,andprivatesoftheline,andanaugmentationoftheChelseapensions,andthepensionsofofficers'widows.LordHowickmovedthatthesamebenefitsshouldbeextendedtotheofficers,pettyofficers,andseamenofthenavy,andtotheGreenwichpensioners,whichwascarried.Thesewere,undoubtedly,mostsubstantialmeasuresofjusticetothetwoservices;andtheresultsofthemsoonbecameapparentenoughintheirbeneficialeffectsontheconditionofthearmyandnavy.

O'ConnellwaspromptlychallengedbyAlvanley,anddeclinedthecombat.Buthissecondson,Morgan,wasresolvednottoletthematterrest.Assoonasheheardoftheproceedings,hewrotetoLordAlvanleyaveryspiritedletter,inwhichhedesignatedthechallengeasapartyman?uvre,withnootherobjectthantocastastigmauponhisfather—uponthepartytowhichhebelonged,aswellasupontheGovernmentanditssupporters.Hedenouncedtheproceedingasawretchedman?uvre—asanutterlyungentlemanlyandbraggadociomodeofcarryingonpartywarfare.Headoptedhisfather'sinsultinglanguage,not,hesaid,inthevainhopeofinducinghimtogivesatisfaction;but,lestheshouldbewronginthatsurmise,heintimatedthathewasathislordship'sservice.ThisletterwasconveyedthroughColonelHodges.TheresultwasthatthepartiesmetatArlingtonStreet,whentheyarrangedtohaveameetingatashortdistancebeyondtheturnpikenexttheRegent'sPark,ontheBarnet[387]Road.Thegroundwasmeasuredattwelvepaces;thepartiestooktheirpositions;thewordwasgiven,"Ready—fire."O'Connellfired,butLordAlvanleydidnot,owingtoamistake,andclaimedtherighttofire,whichwasrefused.Bothpartiesfiredtworoundsmorewithouteffect,eachsatisfiedthattheotherhadactedwithperfectfairness.Therewasnoapologymadeoneitherside.Inmuchthesamewaythesilkindustryhadbeenprotectedbyprohibitorylegislation,ofwhichtheonlyeffectwastoconvertsmugglingintoanimportanttrade.Again,themanufacturerspetitionedfortheremovalofthedutiesuponspunsilk,butwereeagertoexcludeforeignmanufacturedsilks.Ontheotherhand,thesilkspinnerswereopposedtotheintroductionofspunsilk,butdesiredtheremovalofdutiesuponrawsilk,whilethejourneymenbelievedthatruinstaredtheminthefaceifforeignmanufacturedsilkswereintroduced.Robinson,withHuskisson'sassistance,decidedtoadmitforeignsilkonanadvaloremdutyof30percent.Atthesametimehelargelyreducedthedutiesontherawmaterial.ThedutyonIndiansilkwasreducedfrom4s.to3d.,thatonChineseandItaliansilksfrom5s.6d.to6d.,thatonorganzinefrom14s.10d.to7s.6d.apound.Themanufacturersvowedandprotestedthattheywereruined;intenyears'timetheywereexportingtoFrance,theirformerrival,£60,000worthofmanufacturedsilk.

WhilsttherebellionwasraginginScotlandtherehadbeenanattempttochangetheministry,andtoplaceatthehelmLordGranville.Thatnoblemanhadsoengrossedthefavouroftheking,thatPelhamandhisbrother,Newcastle,foundtheirmeasuresgreatlyobstructedbyGranville'sinfluence,andsuspectedthattheywouldsoonbecalledontogiveplacetohim.Theydetermined,therefore,tobringmatterstoacrisis,confidentthatGranvillewouldneverbeabletosecureamajorityineitherHouseagainstthem.Tofurnishareasonfortheirtenderingtheirresignation,theydemandedtheplacewhichtheyhadpromisedtoPitt.InhisimpatiencetoreachhisbelovedHanover,thekinghadout-travelledhisMinisterandthemistress,andreachedDeldenonthe8thlateatnight.Thenextmorningheproceededagainsoearlyasfouro'clock,andwaspressingonward,whenintheforenoonhewasseizedwithafitofapoplexyinhiscoach,andonarrivingatIppenburenhewasobservedtobequitecomatose—hiseyesfixed,hishandsmotionless,andhistonguehangingfromhismouth.HisattendantswishedtoremainatIppenburentoprocuremedicalassistance;butthisseemedtorousehim,andhemanagedtoarticulate,"Osnabrück!Osnabrück!"Theonlychanceforhislife,iftherewasany,dependedoninstantsurgicalaid;theywentinobediencetohiscommand,andonarrivingatOsnabrückhewasfoundquitedeadonthe9thofJune,1727.

DuringthisperiodRichardBentley,MasterofTrinityCollege,Cambridge,andarchdeaconofEly,figuresprominentlyasoneofthemostprofoundclassicalscholarsthatGreatBritainhasproduced,and,atthesametime,asoneofthemostquarrelsome,arrogant,andgraspingofmen.ThecircumstancewhichmadethemostnoiseinhiscareerwashiscontroversywiththeHon.CharlesBoyleregardingtheauthenticityoftheEpistlesofPhalarisandtheFablesof?sop.InthisdisputehehadtocontendwithDrs.Atterbury,French,King,andSmallridge,whomadethereplytohimintheir"ExaminationofBentley'sDissertationontheEpistles,"inthenameofBoyle.Swiftalsoattackedhimin"TheBattleoftheBooks."Thecontroversymadeanimmensenoiseatthetime,andBentleycompletelyprovedhisassertion,thatboththeEpistlesofPhalarisandtheFablesof?sop,intheirpresentform,arespurious.TheservicesofBentleyinpublishingcorrectededitionsofvariousclassicalworksareofnoordinarykind.AmongsttheauthorswhohavereceivedthebenefitofhiscriticaltouchesareAristophanes,Cicero,Menander,Philemon,Horace,Nicander,Ph?drus,andHomer.InhiseditionsofHoraceandHomer,however,helaidhimselfopentoseverecriticismbyhisrashandarbitraryemendationsofthetext,andstillmoresobyhiseditionofMilton's"ParadiseLost,"fromthesamecause.InthiscaseheshowedthathewasasdeficientintheItalianandromanticlearning,whichMiltonhadmadehimselfmasterof,ashewasgreatinhisownclassicalfield.BentleydisplayedhimselfasatheologianofgreatdistinctionbyhisrefutationofCollins's"DiscourseofFreethinking,"andhislecturesatOxfordindefenceoftheChristianreligion.

LordHowenowpreparedtoattackNewYork,whereWashingtonhadaboutthirtythousandmen.Butthelatter'stroopswereill-equipped,anddeficientindiscipline.WashingtonexpectedthatHowewouldattackNewYorkbythewayofLongIsland,andsohehadpostedninethousandmenatBrooklyn,nearlyoppositetoit,behindentrenchmentsthrownupbyGeneralGreene.Greenehadbeenattackedbyfever;andGeneralPutnam,whohadtakenhispost,wasbutindifferentlyacquaintedwiththepositionoftheforcesandthenatureofthegroundtheywouldhavetodefendwitharabbleofmostinsubordinatetroops.InthesecircumstancesGeneralHowe,onthemorningofthe22ndofAugust,threwoverfromStatenIslandintoLongIslandfourthousandmen,underthecommandofGeneralClinton.TheylandedinGravesendBay,undercoveroftheartilleryofthreefrigatesandtwobombs.Therestofthearmyfollowedwiththeartillery.WashingtonhastenedoverfromNewYorktostrengthenGeneralSullivan,whowasincommandontheisland.HepostednolessthanfifteenthousandmenalongapeninsulaatthatendoftheislandfacingNewYork.

ThefleetsailedfromtheDownsonthe28thofJuly,1809,andonthe30thittouchedattheislandsofSouthBevelandandWalcheren.TheordersoftheGovernmentwere,"thecaptureordestructionoftheenemy'sships,buildingorafloatatAntwerpandFlushing;thedestructionofthearsenalsatAntwerp,Terneuse,andFlushing;thereductionoftheislandofWalcheren,and,ifpossible,therenderingoftheScheldtnolongernavigableforships."Nelson,whohadcontemplatedthisenterprise,hadcalculatedthatitwouldrequirefourorfivethousandmen,andcouldbeaccomplishedinaweek.ButnowBuonapartehadrenderedthetaskmoredifficult,andtherewasnoNelsontodoit.ThemostsagaciousoftheofficerspointedoutthatthefirstrushshouldbeforAntwerp,astheextremepointoftheexpedition,soastodestroyorcapturethevesselstherebeforetheFrenchcouldcometotherescue.Theplacesnearertotheseacouldbetakeninreturning.HadthetroopslandedatBlankenberg,theycouldhavemadearapidmarchalongapavedroadthroughBrugesandGhent,andcapturedAntwerp,onlyforty-fivemilesdistant,whilstthefleetascendedtheScheldttoreceivethemontheirreturn;butnosuchcommon-senseideasfoundacceptancewiththecommanders.TheydeterminedtoreduceFlushingfirst,andtheotherfortsontheScheldt,asLilloandLiefkenshoek,insuccession,bywhichtimeitwascertainthattheFrenchwouldappearatAntwerpinnumberssufficienttoprotectit.Flushingwasattackedonthe1stofAugust,anddidnotsurrendertillthe16th.HadthisbeenthereductionofAntwerp,therestoftheobjectsoftheexpeditionwouldhavefollowedofcourse;butLordChathamandRear-AdmiralStrachanwereinnohurry.Theyremainedsigningthecapitulation,securingsixthousandprisonersthattheyhadtaken,andreducingtwosmallislandstothenorthoftheeasternScheldt,tillthe21st(threewholeweeksvirtuallywasted!),andonthe23rdtheylandedatTerGoes,ontheneighbouringislandofSouthBeveland.Here,again,theydelayedanotherpreciousfortnight,whilstthe[582]FrenchwereplantingbatteriesateveryturnoftheriverbetweenthemandAntwerp;haddrawnaboom-chainacrossthechannelbetweenLilloandLiefkenshoek;andhadsunkvesselstoobstructthenarrowestpartofthechannelbeyond.TheystilltalkedofforcingtheirwaytoAntwerp;butaccordingtoasatiricrhymeofthetime—

HeretheAmericansassertthatwhentheminute-mendidnotretireonthefirstorder,theEnglishfiredonthemandkilledeightofthem.TheEnglish,ontheotherhand,declarethattheAmericans,inretiring,nosoonerreachedtheshelterofawallthantheyfiredontheBritish;thatthefiringcamealsofromsomeadjoininghouses,andshotoneman,andwoundedMajorPitcairn'shorseintwoplaces;thatthentheEnglishwereorderedtofire,thattheykilledseveral,woundedothers,andputthebody,aboutahundredinnumber,toflight.Bythistimethealarmhadspread,theminute-mencamerunningfromallplaces,andastheEnglish,havingexecutedtheircommission,begantoretire,theAmericansshouted,"Thelobstersrun!"Theminute-mennowrushedoverthebridgeafterthem,andfiringfrombehindtreesandwalls,killedaconsiderablenumberofthem.TheAmericans—excellentshotswiththeirrifles—couldonlybeseenbythesmokeoftheserifles,andtheEnglish,tiredwiththeirlongnightmarch,insteadofhaltingtohuntthemout,keptontheirwaytowardsLexington.Thewholemarchwasofthisdescription:theEnglish,unabletogetagoodshotattheirenemies,theminute-menpressingontheirrear,stillshelteredbytreesandwalls.TheresultwouldhavebeenmoredisastroushadnotGeneralGagesentontoLexingtonanotherdetachmentoffootandmarines,consistingofaboutsixteencompanies,undercommandofLordPercy.Inthisfirstbloodshedbetweenthecolonistsandthemothercountry,theBritishfoundtheyhadlostsixtykilled,forty-ninemissing,andonehundredandthirty-sixwounded.[218]TheAmericansadmittedthattheyhadalossofsixty,ofwhomtwo-thirdswerekilled.

Thusthismightyarmada—ofwhichsuchhighthingswereexpected—wasdispersed;Rodney,sendingpartofhisfleettoJamaica,proceededtojoinArbuthnotatNewYork,withelevenshipsofthelineandfourfrigates.ThenewsofhisapproachreachedtheFrenchandAmericansthere,atthesametimeasthatofthereturnofDeGuichentoEurope,andspreadthegreatestconsternation.Toconsiderwhatwasbesttodointhecircumstances,ameetingwasproposedatHartford,inConnecticut,betweenWashingtonandRochambeau,whichtookplaceonthe21stofSeptember.AtthismomentadiscoverytookplacewhichhadastartlingeffectontheAmericans,andwascalculatedtoinspirethemostgloomyviewsoftheircondition.GeneralArnold,whohadfoughthiswayupfromthehumblestationofahorse-dealertothatwhichhenowheld,had,onalloccasions,shownhimselfanofficerofthemostdaringandenterprisingcharacter.HavingbeenappointedmilitarygovernorofPhiladelphia,afteritsevacuationbyGeneralClintonin1778,asapostwherehemightrecoverfromtheseverewoundswhichhehadreceivedintherecentcampaign,hebeganastyleoflivingmuchtoomagnificentforhisfinances,for,withallhisabilities,Arnoldwasavainandextravagantman.HemarriedabeautifulyoungladyofthatcityofRoyalistorigin.Rumourstohisdisadvantageweresoonafloat,originatinginthiscause,forwhateverhedidwasregardedbythestaunchWhigswithanunfavourableeye.Congresswasthemorereadytolistentochargesagainsthim,because,involvedhimselfindebtsincurredbyhisextravagance,hepressedthemforlargeclaimsuponthem,whichtheyhadnomeanstosatisfy.Commissionerswereselectedbythemtoexaminehisclaims,andthesemen,appointedfortheirhard,meannatures,reducedhisdemandsextremely.Arnoldutteredhisindignationatsuchtreatmentinnomeasuredterms,andtheconsequencewasthathewasarrested,triedbyacourt-martial,onvariouschargesofpeculationinhisdifferentcommands,andforextortiononthecitizensofPhiladelphia.Someoftheseweredeclaredgroundless,butotherswerepronouncedtobeproved,andArnoldwascondemnedtobereprimandedbytheCommander-in-Chief.Thisputtheclimaxtohiswrath.Washington,whohad,inArnold'sopinion,beenasunjustlyexaltedandfavouredforhisdefeatsanddelays,ashehimselfhadbeenenviedandrepressedforhisbrilliantexploits,wasofallmentheonefromwhomhecouldnotreceivewithpatienceaformalcondemnation.ThissentencewascarriedintoeffectinJanuary,1779,andArnold,stungtothequick,waspreparedtoperpetratesomedesperatedesign.TheopportunitycamewhenhewasplacedincommandofWestPoint,ontheHudson,whichwasthekeytoallintercoursebetweentheNorthernandSouthernStates.

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     AgreatportionofthepresentSessionwas[143]occupiedwithdiscussingthereturntocashpayments,which,bytheActofParliament,oughttotakeplaceonthe5thofJulyofthisyear.ItappearsthatnolessthanfiftydebatesandconversationsinbothHousestookplaceonthisimportantsubjectduringtheSession.VerysoonafterthemeetingofParliamentasecretcommitteeofeachHousewasappointedtoinquireintothestateoftheBank.Thesecommitteeswere,however,somanaged,bydeliveringtothememberslistsofsuitablepersonsforsuchcommittees,thatscarcelyanybutMinisterialmenwerevoted,thoughthesevotesweregivenbyballot.IntheCommonsthisresultwassoevidentthattheOppositiondeclinedtovoteatall.ThefirstreportsofthecommitteeswentrathertoclosemorestrictlythantoopentheissueofgoldbytheBank.IthadbeenpayingingolditsnotesissuedprevioustoJanuary,1817.Thispaymentitwasproposedtostop,as,atpresent,evidentlyinjurioustotheinterestsofthecountry.Mr.Peel,onmovingforaBillforthispurpose,statedthatthegoldatthepresentpricewasfastfindingitswayabroad,andwasasrapidlyabsorbedinre-mintingagoldcoinageforFrance.Itappearedthatduringthefirsthalfof1818goldtothevalueofnolessthanonehundredandtwenty-eightmillionfrancshadbeencoinedattheFrenchmint,ofwhichthree-fourthswerederivedfromthegoldcoinageofEngland.ABillwasaccordinglypassedtostoppaymentaltogetheringoldtillthenecessarypreparationsweremadebyafreshBill.Still,theconditionoftheBankwasrepresentedasflourishing.ItsliabilitieswerestatedinJanuary,1819,asamountingtothirty-threemillioneighthundredandninety-fourthousandfivehundredandeightypounds;itsassets,includingthedebtduefromGovernment,fifty-threemillionsevenhundredandeighty-threethousandsevenhundredpounds.ThetotalBanksurplusappearedtobenineteenmillioneighthundredandeighty-ninethousandonehundredandtwentypounds;anditssurplus,independentoftheGovernmentdebt,andthereforeavailableforcurrentuse,wasfivemilliontwohundredandtwothousandthreehundredandtwentypounds.ThecommitteesadoptedtheschemebroachedbyMr.Ricardoinhis"ProposalsforanEconomicalandSecureCurrency,"publishedin1816.ThiswasthattheBank,inthefirstinstance,shouldnotpayforitsnotesingoldcoin,butiningotsofacertainweight,itsfinenessbeingattestedbyastamp;andthisdegreeofpurityshouldberegulatedfromtimetotimetillthegolddescendedtotheMintpriceofthreepoundsseventeenshillingsandtenpence-halfpennyperounce.WhentheMintgoldatlengthreachedthisrateofvalue,thenthepaymentincoinwastobebegun.ResolutionstothiseffectweremovedbytheEarlofHarrowbyonthe21stofMay,andtheyreceivedtheapproval,notonlyoftheMinisterialside,butoftheleadingOppositionmembers,LordsGrenville,Lansdowne,andKing.

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