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Duringthesetransactionstherewasnaturallyanearnestly-inquiringeyekeptopentowardsHanover,whencethekingappearedinnohurrytoissueforthandassumethethroneofthesethree[26]fairkingdoms.ThecoolnesswithwhichGeorgeofHanoverappearedtocontemplatethesplendidprizewhichhadfallentohim,seemedtotheEnglishlittlelessthanunnatural.Thronesandcrownsaregenerallyseizeduponwithavidity;butthenewkingseemedtofeelmoreregretinquittinghispettyElectoratethaneagernesstoenteronhissplendidkingdom.ButGeorgewasamanofphlegmaticdisposition,andofthemostexacthabits,andwentthroughhisdutieslikeanautomatonorapieceofmachinery.Hetook,therefore,muchtimeinsettlinghisaffairsinHanoverbeforeheturnedhisfacetowardsEngland,anditwasnottillthe18thofSeptember,ornearlysevenweeksafterthedeceaseofthelatequeen,thathelandedatGreenwichwithhissonGeorge."Hisviewsandaffectionswere,"asLordChesterfieldproperlyobserved,"singlyconfinedtothenarrowcompassofhisElectorate.Englandwastoobigforhim."

TheamendedcopyoftheproposedtariffwaslaidonthetableoftheHouseofCommonsonthe5thofMay;anditsdetailsexplainedbythePremierinaspeechwhichservedtobringoutstillmorestronglytheanomalouspositioninwhichhewasplaced.Hisspeechwasalongelaboratestatementdistinguishedforitsexcellenttemper,itsclearness,and,aboveall,byitssingularityasdeliveredbytheConservativeleader.Hewentoverallthesectionsofhissubject,showinghowtheremovalofprohibitionswouldbenefiteverybody;howthereductionofdutiesonrawmaterialswouldstimulatetrade;howthediminisheddutiesonprovisionswouldmakelivingcheaperforall;andhowthelesserprotectiontomanufactureswouldinjurenone.Such,hesaid,werethegroundsofthechangewhichitwashisintentiontocarrythrough;adding,"IknowthatmanygentlemenwhoarestrongadvocatesforFreeTrademayconsiderthatIhavenotgonefarenough.Ibelievethatonthegeneralprinciple[489]ofFreeTradethereisnownogreatdifferenceofopinion,andthatallagreeinthegeneralrulethatweshouldpurchaseinthecheapestmarketandsellinthedearest."LoudcheersfromtheOppositionbencheshereinterruptedhim.Turninginthedirectionofthecheerers,hesaid,"Iknowthemeaningofthatcheer.IdonotnowwishtoraiseadiscussionontheCornLawsorthesugarduties.Ihavestatedthegrounds,onmorethanoneoccasion,whyIconsidertheseexceptionstothegeneralrule,andIwillnotgointothequestionnow.IknowthatImaybemetwiththecomplaintsofgentlemenoppositeofthelimitedextenttowhichIhaveappliedthegeneralprincipletowhichIhaveadvertedtotheseimportantarticles.Ithought,afterthebestconsiderationIcouldgivetothesubject,thatifIproposedagreaterchangeintheCornLawsthanthatwhichIsubmittedtotheconsiderationoftheHouse,Ishouldonlyaggravatethedistressesofthecountry,andonlyincreasethealarmwhichprevailedamongimportantinterests.IthinkthatIhaveproposed,andtheLegislaturehassanctioned,asgreatachangeintheCornLawsaswasprudent,consideringtheengagementsexistingbetweenlandlordandtenant,andalsothelargeamountofcapitalwhichhasbeenappliedtothecultivationofthesoil.Underthesecircumstances,Ithinkthatwehavemadeasgreatachangeaswasconsistentwiththenatureofthesubject."

TheJacobiteswereinecstasiesatthisnewphaseoftheiroldenterprise.ByCharles'sadhesion,theirschemewasstrippedofallthoseprejudiceswhichhadinsureditsruinwiththeEnglish.IthadnolongertheunpopularaspectofaFrenchinvasion;itwasnolongerheadedbyaPopishbutaProtestantleader;itwasnolongerconsignedtoanuntriedordoubtfulgeneral,buttooneofthemostvictoriousmonarchsliving,whocameasaProtestanttocallonaProtestantnationtoreceivetheirrightfulking.Moneywasnotwanting.SpainremittedtoBaronSpaaramillionoflivresfortheexpedition,andtheCourtofthePretenderofferedsixtythousandpounds.LordHowe,whenhehadcollectedhisshipsafterthestormwhichseparatedhimfromD'Estaing,againmadeforBoston,inthehopeofbeingabletoattacktheFrenchAdmiralintheharbour;buthefoundhimtoowellprotectedbythebatteriestobeabletoreachhim.HethereforereturnedtoNewYork,and,ashisleaveofabsencehadarrived,hesurrenderedthecommandtoAdmiralByron,andtookhisleaveofAmericaonthe26thofSeptember,andreachedPortsmouthonthe25thofOctober.Byronnowhadaverygoodfleet,consistingofshipsofonesizeorothertothenumberofninety-onesail.SuchafleetassembledontheAmericancoastatapropertimewouldhaveinterceptedanddestroyedthefleetofD'Estaing,andhaveclearedallthosewatersofFrenchandAmericanprivateers.ByronnosoonercameintocommandthanhealsomadeavoyagetoBoston,toseewhetherhecouldnotcomeatD'Estaing'sfleet;buthisusualweatherattendedhim,hisshipswerescatteredbyatempest,andD'EstaingtooktheopportunityofsailingtotheWestIndies,accordingtohisorders.NotwithstandingtheagreementoftheFrenchtoassistAmerica,theywerethinkingmuchmoreofrecoveringCanadaorseizingontheBritishWestIndiaislandsforthemselves.

Astothesilkandwooltrades,inthetenyearspreceding1824thequantityofrawandthrownsilkusedbyourmanufacturerswasonanaverageof1,882,311lbs.perannum.Inthetensucceedingyearstheaveragewasnearlydouble,viz.95percent.higher;andinthesixteenyearswhichendedin1849therewasanincreaseof120percent.overthequantityusedundertherestrictivesystem.Accordingtothereportoftheinspectorsoffactories,therewere,in1835,231silkfactoriesinEngland,sixinScotland,andoneinIreland.Thetotalnumberoffemalesthusemployedwasover20,000,andthetotalnumberofbothsexeswasabout31,000.Thetotalnumberofwoollenandworstedfactoriesatworkin1835wasreturnedbytheinspectorsoffactoriesasbeing1,313,showinganincreaseoftenpercent.infouryears.Thetotalnumberofpersonsemployedinthemin1835was71,274,onwhichtherewasanincreaseoftwentypercent.upto1839.TherewasageneraldepressioninthepriceofBritishwool,inconsequenceofwhichaCommitteeoftheHouseofCommonswasappointedtoinquireintothecauses.Fromtheevidencewhichtheyreceived,itappearedthattheactualnumberofsheepinEnglandandWaleshadincreasedone-fifthsincetheyear1800,whenitwas19,000,000,yieldingabout95,000,000lbs.ofwool,oraboutfivepounds[419]foreachfleet.Itwasestimatedthatthequantityusedformanufacturingpurposesincreasedduringthefirsthalfofthenineteenthcenturyby115percent.Yorkshireisthechiefseatofthewoollenmanufacture,andthebestproofofitsprogress,perhaps,ispresentedinthestateofthepopulation,whichinthewholeoftheWestRidingincreasedduringthefirstfortyyearsofthecenturyattherateof104percent.Atthecensusof1801itwas563,953,whilethecensusof1841showedittobe1,154,101.

TheregatheringofParliament,onthe11thofNovember,wasdistinguishedbytwocircumstancesofveryunequalinterest.ThePrinceofWales,havingarrivedathismajority,tookhisseatasDukeofCornwall,asitwaswellknown,intendingtovoteforagreatmeasurewhichFoxwasintroducingregardingIndia.Weshallnowalmostimmediatelyenteronthenarrationofthe[302]importanteventswhichhadbeentranspiringinIndiaduringtheAmericanwar.Itissufficientheretoobservethatthesewereofanaturetogivethemostseriousconcernandalarmtoallwell-wishersofthecountry,andoftheunfortunatenativesofthatmagnificentpeninsula.Fox'smeasureforthereformandrestraintoftheEastIndiaCompanywascomprehendedintwoBills,thefirstproposingtovesttheaffairsoftheCompanyinthehandsofsixteendirectors,sevenofthemtobeappointedbyParliament,andafterwardssanctionedbytheCrown,andnineofthemtobeelectedbytheholdersofstock.Theseweretoremaininofficefouryears;thesevenParliamentnomineestobeinvestedwiththemanagementoftheterritorialpossessionsandrevenuesoftheCompany;thenineadditionaltoconductthecommercialaffairsoftheCompanyunderthesevenchiefdirectors;andbothclassesofdirectorstobesubjecttoremovalattheoptionoftheking,onanaddressforthepurposefromeitherHouseofParliament.ThesecondBillrelatedprincipallytothepowerstobevestedintheGovernor-GeneralandCouncil,andtheirtreatmentofthenatives.

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