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Bishopric and Clergy of Durham, 295.
Bishops at a discount in Scotland, 295.
Exposition of the 39 articles, 187.
perjury of, 186.
Britain, a réfuge for the persecuted, 50.
Reason for supporting Mr. Bourbons, their restoration, 53.
Brougham, his consistency demonstrated,28%.
Opening speech of the Queen's
the enemy of Europe and France,
and the Holy Alliance, 141.
opinion of his character, 294.
Foreign policy liberal, 145.
Administration, reasons for sup-
Sacrifices to support, 204.
Opinion of, 224.
Canterbury, Lord, opinion of, 92.
Catholic association, power of, 177.
Apology for the violence of, 180.
Clergy, provision for, 186.
Church, persecution not confined
Claims, warning to them who op-
Church, danger of its ascendancy,
Catholics, unanimity of, 182.
Jeremy Bentham, 77.
Mr. Wynn. 84.
Lord Eldon, 82.
Mr. Owen, 91.
Mr. Hume, 128.
of the late Speaker, 92,
of Frederick of Prussia, 139.
Mr. Macauley, 151.
Mr. Warburton, 157.
Ferdinand of Spain, 163.
Mr. Chadwick, 265.
Mr. Pitt, 294.
Sir R. Feel, 204.
Lord Lyndhurst, 279.
Chancery, the eternal gates of, 76.
Pleasures of getting in, 80.
the court of, a nuisance, 152.
Mr. Taylor's efforts to reform, 191.
Lord Eldon's aversion to reform,
Commission, Lord Eldon's ma-
nagement of, 199.