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The Conduct of the Parliament of 1784 considered
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He carried on the belief in royal absolutism that was advocated by his father, James I, who began the antagonistic relationship with Parliament.
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The Parliament of was occupied with measures of reform in all spheres—political, administrative, and social—a remarkable contrast to the record of previous Parliaments.
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We elected representatives to carry forward the people’s mind, which includes their weal and woe and the views of the nation, as an input to Parliament and extract as an output the plethora of Acts, rules, sub-rules, etc, to serve the country.From to Scott sat in parliament as member for West Looe, his Conduct of his Majesty's late Ministers considered, (in it he dealt with the payments which he had made to the newspapers for the insertion of letters in defence of Hastings).
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