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the other , that ereiy person shall be considered innocent until tji § y shall ^ eft $ and in ^^' ^ v ^ i 0 ^ M ^ -0 Mt ^ y Was t ^ - ^ 6 Nr ~ i ^ i ^ o | leS 4 <^^^ l ^^^^ i ^ ^ of * W ^ principle ? He should contend that , as an
act of coraftaon Justice , the ijanie & typ Queen ought toberepl ^^ lh t ) ie Litut ^ y before any measures of Inquiry wfere proceeded in . 1 ^ public ^ mind had been prejudiced by # * fc act * of ministers ; and it was most material that , if it were now
to cpme to tlie question of guthy , or not guilty , against the Queen , the public mind should not be tampered with , or prejudiced beforehand , The noble Lord then aUuded to the Order inComfcil ^ dth reject to the omtaskm of her Majesty ' s name in the Liturgy . That order had been sent even put of the jurisdiction of ministers- / it bad been sent to Scotland ; but in Scotland it had been treated ' as waste paper ; many 6 f the most respectable of $ * & < taj | ftad a ^ ted in defiance of H ;; atid wot lwg ^ infce , in the very Assembly to T ^ bich that order had . been sent , n resolution hajd t ^ en roted condemning the order ac au improper interference % vith the ptih $$ of the Church of Swtr lancR THe > ol ? le member concluded by
fio |> teg , that it t&e tittle tqija ipaittel-eagh ) and friV colleagues intended to give to the Queen that adrantage which was not denied tothe poorest or to the cuiltiekt eufejectr-tfie benent of an impartial hearing- ^ they # ould retrace their steps , attd place her Majesty ^ n ame in the « ame situation in which it had stood before their interference .
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petitioners ; ^ ndi were , lie could tiot 4 o i % } in more elwjwe » t term 3 than Aad bf ^ eja employed by his ho ^ frieiid ^ M ^ Broujg 3 jam ) in describingJj ^» i . « At predttt h ^ , did n ot iutend , to d <^ more tbati moo'te that the petnion be re ^ iv ^ J * Jfi ^ MltMh serted thek owoiwt right * , U was dr ^ wu
up in language perfectly mspectfol to tbe Hqi ^ 3 and ^> the ca «» titutwial ^ omtiment of the CQuntry , Alth 0 u ? hhe fouwfed upon it no motidu at preaent ^ it aaigbt be hi ? lot ere long to biing forwardsome proposition on thembject . The petitioners , conscious that t ^ iev had be ^ n uniformly io aitacnea
yai f aoc ^ to , tne constitution , had no fear of any examination before the trHwmyf of tW pi ^ fe . 'l ^^ MWKp themselves indeed to be ha ^ hiy treated by an exclusion fron ^ a ^ vanta ^ es jrafcyed by the ren of their feHow- ^ ubjects . qiifcy complained not that they Av ^ re excluded ^ otil Office : mti jtimt * t ^ 4 ipS | % oiMte . * ilje possc ^ lon of o ^ . i ^ 5 t te confined to a few , btrt eligibility w ^ Afe ti&tt df al l , add tfci ^ g ^^ oii bf Itm dp
a punishment often in ^ ictetl oflfences of a gross HJM Fcandaiot ^ n ^ iii-e : tt wa « but that vei ^ - morning thnt he niet with an act of parliament whfeh subjected r ^ - wn « e-ofnceis Jn Ireland , corfvictea ctf fraud , to this veiy ^ disqualincationj ; tinder which the whole body of Protestant
tHsflenters laboiired / He now moved that the petition be brought up . fFor ihe Petition , see pp . tt 7— ± hh $% ' - ' ¦ - ' () ' Lord N ^ EOT , brgeconffin ^ the root tori , observed , ^ tbae the prinfeiplfe ^> f excluslpu from mp&pwi * e 0 wmm m ^^^^^ wBifiMMilbtM ^ him an amWaiy i « a ir ^^ tti * iKitioit artfl
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Sept. 2, 1820, page 562, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2492/page/62/