从“大写意”到“工笔画”——致公党中央“深化‘一带一路’创新合作”重点调研综述

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Onthe25thofNovemberParliamentwasopened,andtheking,inhisspeech,madeastrongappealtothecountryforsupportagainsttheunprovokedwaronthepartofFranceandSpain.TheMarquisofRockingham,inproposinganamendmentontheAddressintheLords,wasextremelysevere.HeconcludedbymovingthateverypartoftheAddress,exceptthetitle,shouldbeexpunged,andthat,insteadofwhatthenstood,aprayershouldbeinsertedthathisMajestywouldreflectontheextentofterritorywhichmarkedtheopeningofhisreign,theopulenceandpower,thereputationabroad,theconcordathome,towhichhehadsucceeded,andnowontheendangered,impoverished,enfeebled,distracted,andevendismembered,stateofthewhole,aftertheenormousgrantsofhissuccessiveParliaments,andcallingonhim,astheonly[262]remedyofimpendingruin,todismisshispresentevilcouncillors,andsummonnewandmoreauspiciousones.Thelanguagewascrushing,butitderiveditsforcefromitsundeniabletruth.LordJohnCavendishmovedasimilaramendmentintheCommons;andtheOppositiondeclaredthatitwaswellthathisMajesty'sspeechexpressedtrustinDivineProvidence,forProvidencewastheonlyfriendthathisGovernmenthadnowleft;andthatourarms,bothonseaandland,wereparalysedbythescandalouspracticeofputtingattheheadofthearmyandnavymereCourtfavourites,andbythewantofallvigourandsagacityofplanningandfollowingupourcampaigns.Foxwentfurther,andassertedthatweaknessandstupiditycouldnoteffectthewholesaleshameandruinthatsurroundedus;thattheremustbetreacherysomewhere;andthat,ifthisweredrivenalittlefurther,thepeoplewouldseizeonarms,andchasethemiserableCabinetfromitsabusedseat.LordNorthmadethebestreplythatthecircumstancesadmitted;buttherewerenosymptomsoftheMinistersresigning,orbeingremovedbytheinfatuatedmonarch,andtheamendmentswererejectedinbothHouses,asamatterofcourse.

Thecrisiswasathand.TheeffortsoftheJacobinshadculminatedinthegreatblowwhichshouldcrushthisancientmonarchytotheearth.TheFederatescalledameetingoftheCommitteeofInsurrectiontoarrangethefinalplans,anditwasresolvedthattheinsurrectionshouldtakeplaceonthe10thofAugust.

Aswinterapproached,thestateofthingsassumedamoreportentousaspect.Theleadingagitatorswerethemselvesdismayedwhentheylookeddowntheprecipicetotheedgeofwhichtheyhadbroughtthenation.O'ConnellattheendofSeptemberissuedanaddress,urgingthepeopletodiscontinuetheirassemblies,andtheyobeyed.HislieutenantswereexceedinglyanxiousthattheLiberalProtestantsshouldtakeanactivepartasmediatorsinorder,ifpossible,toavertadisastrouscollision.AgoodoccasionwasofferedbythevisitofLordMorpethtoIreland.Thisenlightenedandaccomplishednobleman—alwaysthefriendofcivilandreligiousliberty,destinedtopresideovertheGovernmentofIreland,asViceroy,whentherégimeofcivilequalitywasfullyestablished,andtobethecongenialinterpreterofitsspirit—wastheninvitedtoagreatbanquet,whichwasattendedbyalltheleadingfriendsofcivilandreligiouslibertyinandaboutDublin,ProtestantandCatholic.TheDukeofLeinsterwasinthechair,andMr.Sheilappealedtohim,inthemosteloquentterms,byallthatwaspatrioticandgloriousinthehistoryofhisancestorstheGeraldines—whichforsevenhundredyearsformedagreatpartofthehistoryofIreland,andwhowereinpasttimesconsideredmoreIrishthantheIrishthemselves—toputhimselfattheheadoftheLiberalparty.[Seelargerversion]

Onegreatcauseofthisprogresswasthegrowthofourcolonies.Theybegannowtodemandaconsiderablequantityofourmanufacturesandotherarticlesofdomesticcomfortandconvenience,andtosupplyuswithanumberofitemsofrawmaterial.TowardstheendofthereignofGeorgeI.ourAmericancolonies,besidesthenumberofconvictsthatwesentthither,especiallytoVirginiaandMaryland,attracted[165]aconsiderableemigrationoffreepersons,particularlytoPennsylvania,inconsequenceofthefreedomofitsconstitutionasfoundedbyPenn,andthefreedomfortheexerciseofreligion.

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ThetriumphoftheWhigswascomplete.WhilstOxford,whohadbeenmakinggreateffortsatthelasttoretrievehimselfwithhispartybyassistingthemtoseizethereinsofpoweronthequeen'sillness,wasadmittedinabsolutesilencetokisstheking'shand,andthatnotwithoutmanydifficulties,Marlborough,Somers,Halifax,andtherestwerereceivedwiththemostcordialwelcome.Yet,onappointingthenewcabinet,thekingshowedthathedidnotforgetthedouble-dealingofMarlborough.Hesmiledonhim,butdidnotplacehimwherehehopedtobe,attheheadofaffairs.HemadeLordTownshendSecretaryofStateandPrimeMinister;Stanhope,thesecondSecretary;theEarlofMarwasremovedfromtheSecretaryshipofScotlandtomakewayfortheDukeofMontrose;LordHalifaxwasmadeFirstLordCommissioneroftheTreasury,andwasraisedtoanearldom,andwasallowedtoconferonhisnephewthesinecureofAuditoroftheExchequer;LordCowperbecameLordChancellor;LordWhartonwasmadePrivySeal,andcreatedamarquis;theEarlofNottinghambecamePresidentoftheCouncil;Mr.PulteneywasappointedSecretary-at-War;theDukeofArgyll,Commander-in-ChiefforScotland;Shrewsbury,LordChamberlainandGroomoftheStole;theDukeofDevonshirebecameLordStewardoftheHousehold;theDukeofSomerset,MasteroftheHorse;Sunderland,Lord-lieutenantofIreland;WalpolewasatfirstmadesimplyPaymasteroftheForces,withoutaplaceinthecabinet,buthisabilityindebateandasafinanciersoonraisedhimtohigheremployment;LordOrfordwasmadeFirstLordoftheAdmiralty;andMarlborough,Commander-in-ChiefandMasteroftheOrdnance.Hispower,however,wasgone.InthewholenewcabinetNottinghamwastheonlymemberwhobelongedtotheToryparty,andoflatehehadbeenactingmoreincommonwiththeWhigs.TheToriescomplainedvehementlyoftheirexclusion,asiftheirdealingswiththePretenderhadbeenarecommendationtotheHouseofHanover.Theycontendedthatthekingshouldhaveshownhimselfthekingofthewholepeople,andaimedatajunctionofthetwoparties.

Refusedinthisquarter,thepeopleproceededtoholdameetingwithoutsuchsanction,andinvitedMr."Orator"Hunttogodownandtakethechair.Perhapstheycouldnothaveselectedamoreunsafeguideontheoccasion,forpersonalvanitywasHunt'sbesettingsin.Hunt,insteadofencouragingtheveryconstitutionalobjectofthemeeting—topetitionParliamentfortherepealoftheobnoxiouslaw—treatedthepetitioningthatHouseasridiculous,andpersuadedtheexcitedpeopletoputtheirsentimentsintotheformofaremonstrancetothePrinceRegent.Themeetingthendispersedquietly;butHuntfoundoccasiontokeephimselfinthepubliceyetherealittlelonger.Someofficersofthe7thHussars,whowerepostedatManchester,treatedhimrudelyasheappearedatthetheatre,assertingthatwhen"GodSavetheKing"wascalledfor,hehissed.Whetherhedidsoornot,theconductoftheofficersansweredhispurposeofmakingpoliticalcapital;hewrotetotheCommander-in-Chief,theDukeofYork,andthensenthislettertothenewspapers.Stillmore,hewrotetoSamuelBamfordtosupporthiminaschemewhichwasparticularlycalculatedtoproduceriotandbloodshed,andinthiscaseBamforddidnotexercisehisusualgoodsense.AtHunt'ssuggestion—toselectadozenstoutfellows,andappearontheeveningofthefollowingMondayinthepitofthetheatre,armedwithstoutcudgels,toinflictasummarychastisementontheofficersincaseofaseconddemonstrationoftheirfeelings—Bamfordappearedatthetimeappointedwithtenstout,pickedfellows,withknottycudgels,marchingalongthestreetstothetheatre.Theobjectwasimmediatelyperceivedbythepeople,whocrowdedtothedoorofthetheatre,completelyfillingthespaceinfront.Butthemanagerwastooprudenttoopenhistheatreinsuchcircumstances.Heannounced[148]thattherewouldbenoperformancethatevening.Huntwas,therefore,disappointedofacatastropheinthetheatre;buthedroveupinacarriage,mountedthebox,andaddressedthecrowdinveryexcitingtones,declaringthatthemagistratesdesirednothingsomuchasanopportunityoflettingloosethebloodybutchersofWaterloouponthem—meaningthe7thHussars.Itwasnothisfaultthatallwentoffquietly.

AccessionofGeorgeIV.—MeetingofParliament—GeneralElection—OpeningoftheNewSession—DulnessofAffairs—BroughamonEducation—QueenCaroline—OmissionofherNamefromtheLiturgy—SherejectstheKing'sProposals,andarrivesinEngland—AttemptsataCompromise—TheKingordersanInquiry—TheSecretCommittee—TheBillofPainsandPenalties—ArrivaloftheQueenintheHouseofLords—DiscussionsontheFormofProcedure—SpeechesofDenmanandtheAttorney-General—EvidencefortheProsecution—Brougham'sSpeech—AbandonmentoftheBill—GeneralRejoicings—ViolenceofPartyFeeling—PopularityoftheQueen—HerClaimtobecrownedrefused—TheQueen'sAttempttoentertheAbbey—IndiscretionoftheAct—TheCoronationandtheBanquet—ThesubsequentScramble—DeathoftheQueen—DepartureofherBody—TheKing'sVisittoIreland—ARoyalOrationanditsenthusiasticReception—TheKingandLadyConyngham—ChangesintheGovernment—DiscontentofEldon—WellesleyinIreland—AlarmingStateoftheCountry—Canning'sSpeechonCatholicEmancipation—ParliamentaryReform—AgriculturalDistressandFinance—Eldon'sOutbreakontheMarriageBill—SuicideofLordLondonderry—SceneathisFuneral—VisitofGeorgeIV.toScotland—LoyaltyofSirWalterScott—AccountoftheFestivities—Peel'sLettertoScott—ReturnoftheKing—CanningtakestheForeignOfficeandLeadershipoftheHouseofCommons—HuskissonjoinstheCabinet—TheDukeofWellingtonsenttoVerona—HisInstructions—PrinciplesoftheHolyAlliance—TheSpanishColonies—FrenchInterventioninSpain—TheDuke'sRemonstranceswiththeFrenchKing—HisInterviewwiththeCzar—TheCongressofVerona—FailureofWellingtontopreventInterventioninSpain—VindicationofCanning'sPolicyintheCommons—HecallstheNewWorldintoExistence.

Inthedebateonthissubject,GeorgeCanning,whoonmanyoccasionshadshownhimselfcapableofbetterthings,breathedtheverylanguageofToryism.HedeclaredtherepresentationofParliamentperfect,andtreatedthemostmoderateproposalsforReformasonlyemanationsfromthemadtheoriesoftheSpenceans.ThemessageofthePrinceRegentcamedownonthe3rdofFebruary,orderingcertainpaperstobelaidbeforetheHouse,"concerningcertainpractices,meetings,andcombinationsinthemetropolis,andindifferentpartsofthekingdom,evidentlycalculatedtoendangerthepublictranquillity,toalienatetheaffectionsofhisMajesty'ssubjectsfromhisMajesty'spersonandGovernment,andtobringintohatredandcontemptthewholesystemofourlawsandinstitutions."LordSidmouthendeavouredtoguardtheHouseofPeersagainstthebeliefthattheinsulttotheRegenthadanyshareintheoriginationofthismessage,buttheHouseofLords,initsAddress,directlychargedthiseventasanadditionalproofofthepublicdisaffection.Unfortunately,theRegenthadtwoHousesofParliamentonlytoomuchdisposedtomakethemselvestheinstrumentsofsuchvengeance.ThemessagewasreferredtoasecretcommitteeineachHouse,andonthe18thand19thofFebruarytheyrespectivelymadetheirreports.BothwentatgreatlengthintotheaffairoftheSpaFieldsmeeting,andtheproceedingsanddesignsoftheSpenceansweremadetorepresentthedesignsoftheworkingclassesalloverthekingdom;thatsuchmenasThistlewood,whonotlongaftersufferedforhisjustlyodiousconduct,wereconspicuousamongtheSpenceans,andthattherehadbeenanaffrayinSpaFields,werecircumstancestogiveamplecolouringtothereportsofthesecommittees.TheLords'reportstated—"Itappearsclearthattheobjectis,bymeansofsocieties,orclubs,established,ortobeestablished,inallpartsofGreatBritain,underpretenceofParliamentaryreform,toinfectthemindsofallclassesofthecommunity,andparticularlyofthosewhose[124]situationmostexposesthemtosuchimpressions,withaspiritofdiscontentanddisaffection,ofinsubordination,andcontemptofalllaw,religion,andmorality;andtoholdouttothemtheplunderofallpropertyasthemainobjectoftheirefforts,andtherestorationoftheirnaturalrights;andnoendeavoursareomittedtopreparethemtotakeuparms,onthefirstsignal,foraccomplishingtheirdesigns."[Seelargerversion]

Meanwhile,WashingtonandRochambeauweremusteringforthemarchtotheChesapeake.Onthe14thofSeptemberWashingtonreachedtheheadquartersofLafayette,andtookthesupremecommand,Rochambeaubeingsecond,andtheespecialheadoftheFrench.ThenextdayWashingtonandRochambeauheldaconferencewiththeComtedeGrasse.DeGrassetoldthemthatwhattheydidtheymustdoquickly,forthathecouldnotremainonthatstationlongerthanthe1stofNovember;anditwasresolvedtoactaccordingly.

TheJacobiteswereinecstasiesatthisnewphaseoftheiroldenterprise.ByCharles'sadhesion,theirschemewasstrippedofallthoseprejudiceswhichhadinsureditsruinwiththeEnglish.IthadnolongertheunpopularaspectofaFrenchinvasion;itwasnolongerheadedbyaPopishbutaProtestantleader;itwasnolongerconsignedtoanuntriedordoubtfulgeneral,buttooneofthemostvictoriousmonarchsliving,whocameasaProtestanttocallonaProtestantnationtoreceivetheirrightfulking.Moneywasnotwanting.SpainremittedtoBaronSpaaramillionoflivresfortheexpedition,andtheCourtofthePretenderofferedsixtythousandpounds.

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