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They saw their wishes scorned—their hopes destroyed,
* When the Duke of B-df-d went to Ireland, as Lord Lieutenant, a verbal, if not a written pledge was given him by the ******, of his, the ******'s, intention of affording relief to the Catholics of that country, whenever he should have an opportunity of so doing f Vide his transactions with the opp-s.
Vide the Book
No more the people's idol, and their choice;
No more his actions cause the loud acclaim
Of public praise to venerate his name :
angry murmurs teach the royal ear,
Virtue alone is happiness below."
* As was plainly shewn a short time ago, by the treatment this great personage received, or was very near receiving, on his way from C-n to Bm House.
† The disapprobation expressed by the large body of people who accompanied the address of the City of London to the P-sS of W on passing C- -n H. -se, excited so much terror in the mind of its r - possessor, that a detachment of cavalry was on that day placed in the front court of the Palace.
Munday and Slatter, Printers, Oxford.