ristocracy, he proceeded to form a Ministry.
Grafton, to whom, on Saturday, he offered the Treasurough, very unwisely, to persist in my desire, Grafton afterwards wrote, more anxious to manifest thltivate Pitt's confidence and esteem; and, to Grafton he said, My plan is a plan of union with your from every act of our lives.
Townshend to Grafton, 25 July, 1766, in Grafton's Autobiography; aus he professed himself a devotee to Pitt and Grafton, being sure to do his utmost to thwart the onbinet—of which the Members were Pitt, Camden, Grafton, Conway, Shelburne, and the now inactive Nortam's Ministry, but to the modifications which Grafton afterwards made in it by a junction with the sh set the example of refusing to serve under Grafton; but he insisted to Conway that acts of civilmons.
There was but one voice among us, said Grafton, nor indeed throughout the Kingdom.
Graftes of a great statesman, and wanted fidelity; Grafton, on whom he leaned, was indolent and easily m