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exhausted the combined patronage of all the Lord Chancellors
since the accession of the House of Brunswick, and would have
broken the Rest of the Bank of England.

The Brothers are now dead.
There is only one other point, on which I would desire to offer a
remark. If Nicholas be not always found to be blameless or
agreeable, he is not always intended to appear so. He is a young
man of an impetuous temper and of little or no experience; and I
saw no reason why such a hero should be lifted out of nature.


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