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26 Apr. 1816 56
Cat.

Append. III
Dean Andrews
2. Vansittart
Further Papers
Excise stigmatized

3

4
What he is ordered
to write, he writes not,
what he is not ordered
he writes

Well then the opinions thus professed expressed — espressed in the words
"no grounds whatever" "penalties adjudged" and "further indulgence,
in the letter he writes to the parties
is any ultimatum to be found? None whatever. What
the their Lordships have ordered him to write he will not write
what he does write is what they have did not ordered him
to write: "they" (meaning their Lordships) can not comply
with your request.

5
Falshood in what
he writes — "I am
"commanded to ... &c.

Disobedience such as this one might have hoped
would have been sufficient. No: it is not sufficient: it
must be seasoned with falshood and that a glaring one.
Mr Lushington had he his Catechism open before him could
not have better pursued the spirit could not have shewn
himself more effectually impregnated with the spirit of it.
I am commanded says he by my Lords to acquaint you —
then follow the words that they can not comply with your request.

6
Supposotion in which
there is no falshood.
Over a bottle, Van
gives fresh and opposite
commands.

True it is that if So it be that, over a bottle a quorum of their
Lordships in number not less than three said to him Lushington
— you must write so and so — never mind
the minute, in this case on this supposition but on no other, on the
part of said Lushington there was no direct falshood: nothing
worse that a fraud, a fraud consisting in the endeavour
made to persuade cause those whom it censured to
believe that the letter thus written had for its warrant
a Treasury Minute, he well knowing at the time that
it had no such warrant.

7
But if so, a Treasury
Minute has no
more claim to credence
than a Report published
under the
sanction of Archbishops
&c with Lord
Chancellor and
Speaker

But if so it be that Treasury
Minutes are thus dealt with, the consequence must be
that a book containing those Treasury Minutes has no
better title to regard than a Report made in the name of
the Bishops and others the Chancellor the Speaker and others
under the direction of the Archbishop of Canterbury.




Identifier: | JB/007/072/001
"JB/" can not be assigned to a declared number type with value 7.

Date_1

1816-04-26

Marginal Summary Numbering

4-7

Box

007

Main Headings

church of englandism

Folio number

072

Info in main headings field

cat

Image

001

Titles

Category

text sheet

Number of Pages

1

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

c3 / d56

Penner

jeremy bentham

Watermarks

john dickinson & c<…> 1813

Marginals

jeremy bentham

Paper Producer

a. levy

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

1813

Notes public

ID Number

3016

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