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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-772

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764 INGLIS SCHOLARSHIPS Sketch the history of the American question bet wee the years in which the two speeches you have studied were delivered Summarize Burke's remarks on the American cha racter What ways of dealing with America does he inentio and examine Explain these quotations and connect them with the context It was called iiecessitudo sortis and it was looked upon with sacred reverence This state of things is the more extraordinary because ד the great parties which formerly divided and agitated the kingdom are known to be in manner entirely dissolved Those who remember the riots which attended th Middlesex election the opening of the present Parliament and the transactions of St George's Fields will not be at loss for an application of these remarks Η remember an old scholastic aphorism which says that the man who lives wholly detached from others must be either an angel or devil Here sir is canonical book of ministerial scripture the general epistle to the Americans Falkland island which seemed too remote and romantic an object for the grasp of natural ambition is but step and resting-place in the progress of their victorious industry 10 Interpret these phrases with Roman charity-the old mercenary Swiss of state-the mode of inquisition and dragooning the ill husbandry of injustice-a Treasury Γ extent this species of delusive geometrical accuracy in moral arguments fHorrtS'S SiKctmetrf of £avlp Engltel Part to 95 Give some account of the relation of the Early English to the Anglo-Saxon vowels What were the Anglo-Saxon forms of the words from-out-fader-fo lief oerd
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