enter a Minute for an American Stamp tax—ministry of Grenville and Bedford.
The savage warfare was relentlessly ragiuld not but acquiesce in the peace, now that it was once made; but Bedford had been his strongest opponent in the cabinet, had contributed tohad so earnestly arraigned.
For Pitt to have accepted office with Bedford would have been a marked adoption of the peace, alike glaringly iny to the Duke of Bedford, 15 August, 1763, in Wiffen, II. 527, and Bedford Cor., II. 236. in opposition.
So ended the attempt to supersede Egremont by Pitt, with Bedford in the vacant chair of President of the Council.
For a day or two the king hesitated, and had to endure the an example of the utmost fidelity of attachment.
At the same time Bedford doubly irritated at being proscribed
Sandwich to Bedford, 5 Sepis hatred and his fears, urged him to preside in the council.
And Bedford, though personally indifferent to office, now that Bute had gone i