The affections temper of the people are not to be no more rendered favourable even any
more than the those affections of a mistress by useless inattention
and or sullen silence.
For In a country like this A Minister to think to fill his part to should flatter himself with travel
on in his vocation career with care and security without
(making any application) paying any regard to the temper
of the people, will scarcely fail of being finding himself
mistaken to his cost.
It is an injustice
More effects recede in attacks upon a defence, through &c.
That a heart the best affected to the public, manner
the most accessible in integrity⊞ ⊞ as to all matters of private life which were unquestioned
even by the botherest crimes have acknowledged a matter of
private life patience and moderation the most exemplary⊞ ⊞ and what applies more directly to popularity than any of those other qualities, are not sufficient manners the most accessible
and the from that kind of has pride which is calculated at which
to give disgust to a high-spirited and jealous
people might take umbrage are not sufficient to insure a minister
against very violent and dangerous marks of
popular disgust, the same outrages at Westminster &
Worcester but too sensibly forcibly feelingly declare.
The reason is not difficult to seek.
the most popular A character, tho' made up of qualities the most
popular can serve a man no otherwise further than it is
known. To the great bulk of the people no man's
character can be known any otherwise than by report.
In default of Where no evidence offers to their eyes, men must unavoidably consult their
ears. When It all they hear of a man is that
he is the vilest and most dangerous of the human species, and nobody
to gainsay, how is it possible they should think
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