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... Consequently in political principle the Spectator is thoughtful W~hig, but with a more decided tendency towards reforms at home and the extension of orderly freedom abroad than the old Whigs were supposed to haive, Since its establishment, however, it bus ...

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... ary debate on the ? leap in the dark' Reform measure last session has gained for him golden opinions amongst us advanced Whigs. y Most traly did Sir IV. Russell observe at the monster Stroad e dinner that the peopie generally would believe in those ...

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... thoughts which in Engiand are apt to find inadequate expression. Consequently in nolitleal principle the Spectator is thoughtful Whig, but with a1 more decided tendency towards reforms at home and the extension of orderly freedom abroad than the old Whips :were ...