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Lord Temple was a member of Lord Chatham's Administration; had been Secretary of State for many years, had managed the affairs of the War Office during Lord Chatham's illness, and was thus intimately acquainted with all the details of both offices. He was exceedingly factious, a friend of Wilkes, and the man who furnished him with money to hold out against the crown. He was a man of bitter resentments, and hated Lord Bate, who overthrew the Chatham Ministry, Lord Barrington, the Duke of Bedford, the Duke of Grafton and Rigby, all of whom had deserted and betrayed the Ministry of Lord Chatham. He detested Col. Suttrell as the opponent of Wilkes, and Lord Jenham because he was the father of Suttrell. Lord Mansfield, also, was the subject of bitter hatred, and his aversion to George III, amounted to detestation. The author of the essay in question says he has determined not to believe any man the author of Junius upon any proof short of mathematical. That is our determination; yet