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themselves; and Mr. Fox, finding them thus by
any set of politicians should ohtain power in England, whose principles or schemes should lead them to countenance persons or factions whose object is to introduce some new devised order of things into England, or to support that order, where it is already introduced, in France; a place, in which if it can be fixed, in
my mind, it must have a certain and decided influence in and upon this kingdom. This is my account of my conduct to my private friends. I have already said all I wish to say, or nearly so, to the publick. I write this with pain, and with a heart full of grief.
THE ADDRESS OF M. BRISSOT
THE LATE WILLIAM BURKE, ESQ.