chapter  11
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 'Letters, Conversations and Recollections', 1836

Adversaries, he stood supported between Mr. Walpole, and General Stanhope (2) - Your Abilities were then honorably employed in his Defence, And if Reason had carried any Weight, or Eloquence Persuasion in that Day, you had saved him from the Injury, and his Enemies from the eternal Reproach, of his Exclusion.