CHAP. VI.} 1763. April.
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2 Fragment in the Grenville Papers, i. 484.
3 Walpole's George III. i. 338, 339. Walpole then ‘entertained a most favorable opinion of his integrity.’ Soon afterwards he had a hitter quarrel with Grenville, and from that hour spoke very ill of him. Ibid i. 343. This must be borne in mind; towards no man of his time does Walpole show himself so peevishly bitter as towards Grenville, often coloring and distorting facts, and always swayed by an invincible disgust.
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