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in politics from the Government which confers it;

Lord Gillies

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. Horner speaks on the subject of

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Brougham in Westmoreland; Sir S. Romilly's
canvass at Bristol

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189. TO THE REv. SYDNEY SMITH. Informs him that

he is not to be in the new parliament

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190. To SIR SAMUEL ROMILLY. Sir S. R. having

been defeated at Bristol, he urges him not to

refuse to sit for a borough, if offered to him 116

191. FROM THE SAME. Answer to the preceding

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192. To Lord HOLLAND. Has heard that he is to

have a seat in parliament through the friendship
of Lord Grenville; urges the preferable claims
of Sir S. Romilly

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for a committee of inquiry into the conduct of

the American war

219

LETTER 228. To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Jury trial; the Corn

Laws, and opinion of Mr. Malthus upon

them

220

229. TO THE REV. T. R. MALTHUS. On the Corn

Laws

222

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. Horner speaks on the transfer of

Genoa to the King of Sardinia ; and on the Corn

Laws

228

LETTER 229.* FROM LORD HOLLAND, FROM NAPLES. Char-

acter of Murat, King of Naples

231

230. To his FATHER. His speeches on Genoa, and

the Corn Laws

237

231. WM. MURRAY, Esq., TO MR. HORNER'S FATHER.

The same subject

239

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. Horner speaks on the Bank Re-

striction Act

240

LETTER 232. TO EARL GREY. On differences of opinion

among the leaders of the opposition on the inva-

sion of France by the allies

243

232.* To J. A. MURRAY, Esq. Expects Mr. Murray

to visit London ; gloomy prospects in political

affairs, from the projects of Bonaparte, on his

return from the island of Elba .

244

233. To his Father. The same subject; possibility

of these differences affecting him as to his seat in

parliament

249

234. TO THE SAME. The same subject ; explanation

with Lord Grenville

250

235. To F. JEFFREY, Esq. Mr. Jeffrey's villa; re-

commendation as to the laying out of his

garden

253

236. TO THE MARQUIS OF BUCKINGHAM. Offers to

resign his seat in parliament

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237. FROM THE SAME. Reply to the preceding letter . 256

238. To his FATHER. His recent correspondence with

the Marquis of Buckingham

257

HOUSE OF COMMONS. Mr. Horner speaks on the treaty with

the King of Naples .

258

LETTER 238.* To MRS. DUGALD STEWART. Renewal of the

war against France.

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