Has read "War in Disguise" and encloses an answer to it, written "by a
Gentleman of excellent Talents and good Dispositions." Every independent state has a
right to make grants to and treaties with any other without cause for o...
Since the abolition of the slave trade, a society has been formed for
promoting civilization and improvement in Africa; it consists of members of both Houses
of Parliament with the Duke of Gloucester at its head. The cooperatio...
His letter to Wilberforce of 14 April 1806 has obviously miscarried.
Cooperation between Britain and America on the slave trade laws is desirable and he will
do whatever he can; whether times are now propitious is another quest...
He and his family have moved from Clapham Common to a more rural area, yet
within easy distance of Westminster. Will send all the reports of the African Society,
that John Jay might distribute those which he does not wish to ke...
Has not sufficient data to form a decided judgment on the question of
reform in Parliament. The English Constitution appears to require a fair apportionment
of representatives among the electors, but nothing in it implies unive...