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Great Britain: or, the happy isle. A poem. By William Goldwin, ...
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CHAPTER I BACKGROUNDS. Inless than a year after he had assumed his post in London, the American Minister, Charles Francis Adams, at a time of depression and bitterness wrote to Secretary of State Seward: "That Great Britain did, in the most terrible moment of our domestic trial in struggling with a monstrous social evil she had earnestly professed to abhor.
Wherein is proved, that the placing on the throne King William III. was the natural fruit and effect of the original Constitution. And, that the succession to this crown, establish'd in the present Protestant heirs is de jure, and justify'd, by the fundamental laws of Great Britain.
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