The Age of George III
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I MUST beg of you to print a few lines in explanation of some passages in my last letter, which, I see, have been misunderstood.
The case of Mr. Wollaston speaks for itself. The Ministry assert, that expulsion alone creates an absolute, complete incapacity, to be re-elected to sit in the same Parliament. This proposition they have uniformly maintained, without any condition or modification whatsoever. Mr. Wollaston was expelled, re-elected, and admitted to take his seat in the same parliament. I leave it to the public to determine, whether this be a plain matter of fact, or mere nonsense or declamation.JUNIUS
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