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lies, its madness, its wickedness, instead of avoiding them, being instructed by its examples. They would admonish us by these examples, and who would have us profit by them are, by the advocates of power and the tools of faction, charged, like Chatham, with being seditions, disloyal, and as being sympathizers with rebellion. Well, sir, this is not strange. Great popular commotions, great civil revolutions, always bring to the surface of society a class of wide in their own conceits, but reon and this Congress shall change their policy, and be governed by wiser counsel in the future than they have been in the past. This may be considered plain talk in the American Senate. Some may even effect to treat it as the honest warning of Chatham to the English Parliament was treated — as disloyal. Had the English Parliament listened to and acted upon his advice, the colonies had been saved to the crown. Had the Administration listened to and acted upon the advice of those whom t