nd, wrote Franklin, regards himself as a piece of a sovereign over America—seems to jostle himself into the throne with the King, and talks or the Americans.
In the House of Commons, the papers referring to America were referred to a committee of the whole; while in the House of Leb. 1, Chatham brought forward a bill for settling the troubles in America, which provided for a full acknowledgment on the part of the colonuld be an end to the dispute.
His plan was to send an armament to America, accompanied by commissioners to offer mercy upon a proper submissd be easy, because there would be no settled form of government in America, and all must be anarchy and confusion.
Mr. Burke asked leave to bring in a bill for composing the troubles in America, and for quieting the minds of the colonists.
He believed concession to be the true epealing every act which had been passed by Parliament relative to America since 1763.
It was not acted upon.
Lord Lyttelton severely conde