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Chapter 20: Parliament Learns that America has resisted– Rockingham's administration continued. December, 1765—January, 166. the Stamp Act, said George Grenville, when, ema- chap XX.} 1765. Dec. ciated, exhausted, and borne down by disappointment, he spoke in the House of Commons for the last time before sinking into the grave—the Stamp Act was not found impracticable. Had I continued in office, I would have forfeited a thousand lives, if the Act had been found impracticable. C
that should occur.
to Conway, 7 Dec.
The Earl of Hardwicke,
Hugh Hammersley to Lieut. Gov. Sharpe, Dec. 1765, gives a very good report of the debate.
Compare Philimore's Lyttelton, II. 687. himself opposed to the lenity of Rockingham,
Albemarle, i. 284. moved the address in the House of Lords, pledging the House to bring to the consideration of the state of affairs in America, a resolution to do every thing which the exigency of the case might require.
The Earl of Suffo<