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George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor (ed. George Hillard) 32 0 Browse Search
George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 6, 10th edition. 3 1 Browse Search
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y use reach to all questions directly or indirectly affecting America; to alliances, treaties of subsidy, mediations, and war and peace. The relations of France to America were of paramount importance. I requested of Mr. Guizot, then the Minister, authority to study them in the French Archives. You shall see every thing that we have, was his instant answer, enhancing his consent by the manner in which it was given. The promise was most liberally interpreted and most fully redeemed by Mr. Mignet, whose good advice and friendly regard lightened my toils, and left me nothing to desire. Mr. Dumont, the Assistant Keeper of the Archives, under whose immediate superintendence my investigations were conducted, aided them by his constant good will. The confidence reposed in me by Mr. Guizot was continued by Mr. Lamartine, Mr. Drouin de Lhuys, and by Mr. de Tocqueville. As the Court of France was the centre of European diplomacy, the harvest from its Archives was exceedingly great. T
ad as apprentice, journeyman, or mechanic, and knew the heart of the working man, Kingsley's Alton Locke. and felt for the people of whom he remained one? If they who upon that occasion pretended to sit in judgment had never come into being, whom among them all would humanity have missed? But how would it have suffered if Franklin had not lived! The men in power who on that day sought to rob Chap. LI.} 1774. Jan. Franklin of his good name, wounded him on the next in his fortunes, Mignet's Life of Franklin. by turning him out of his place in the British American Post Office. That institution had yielded no revenue till he organized it, and yielded none after his dismissal. On Tuesday the first of February, the Earl of Feb. Buckinghamshire, who had attended the Privy Council, went to the House of Lords, to put the Ministry in mind that he was to be bought by private contract. The phrase is Edmund Burke's, Burke to Rockingham, Tuesday night, February 2, 1774; Burke's C