If the argument of the right honourable gentleman, that the importance of the question alone was a greater motive to cause a, full attendance than Tiffany Jewelry any call of the House, were a sound one, upon that principle, all the calls of the House tha

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If the argument of the right honourable gentleman, that the importance of the question alone was a greater motive to cause a, full attendance than Tiffany Jewelry any call of the House, were a sound one, upon that principle, all the calls of the House tha

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If the argument of the right honourable gentleman, that the importance of the question alone was a greater motive to cause a, full attendance than Tiffany Jewelry any call of the House, were a sound one, upon that principle, all the calls of the House that had hitherto taken place, had been idle and absurd February 5.Mr. Pitt having moved that the House should resolve itself into a committee on that day sevennight, to take into consideration that part of the king's speech which related to the treaty of navigation and commerce with France, Lord George Cavendish said, that thinking that on a discussion so truly important, there should be the fullest possible attendance of the representatives of the people, it was his design to move for a call of the House. He wished to do this in order; but the motion now made by the right honourable gentleman precluded him. The period was too short for a call. He must therefore move an amendment, by substituting the words, " this day fortnight" for " this day se nnight," and then he should follow the motion thus amended by a motion for a call of the House. The Speaker having stated the question,Mr. Fox rose, and remarked that in consequence of the numerous opportunities which had arisen to confirm his idea, that the disposition of the right honourable the chancellor of the exchequer was sanguine even to Tiffany & Co excess, he felt a slighter degree of astonishment at discovering that on this, as on other important topics, he should Tiffany and Co violently urge on Tiffany & Co the House to the consideration of the treaty. But the same experience which he in common with other members had of the consequences of rashly falling in with the Tiffany Co wishes of the right honourable gentleman in this respect, prevented him from readily believing that the House would go rashly with him into a discussion, so novel in its quality, and so pregnant with consequences either good or the contrary.

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