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at day there were no regular reporters, and it was difficult to get access to either House. In 1793, some person undertook to publish the Parliamentary Debates. Taylor, the author of "Junius Identified," says Sir Philip Francis, furnished these same speeches of Lord Chatham, the parts quoted by Junius being identified with Sir P in the Public Advertiser were then first known to be by Junius. At the time of this publication, nobody suspected Sir Philip Francis. Immediately after (in 1813) Taylor published a book to prove that Junius was Dr. Francis, the father of Sir Philip. In 1816 he published his "Junius Identified" for the first time, designating Sir em all, we believe, of any note, and by none of them has even hinted that Woodfall suspected Sir Philip Francis, or that any body else did until the appearance of Taylor's book. Good, writing under the eye of Woodfall's own son, an essay for his own edition, enumerates upwards of thirty candidates, but does not once mention Sir P