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TRANSPORTATION +Source.+-Report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons on Transportation (Molesworth, 1838), pp.
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The speech of Lord Molesworth, the author of the State of Denmark, may shew the temper, or rather the intemperance, of the House of Commons.
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From "The Enchanted Garden," by Mrs. M. L. Molesworth.
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He had already made some translations from the French, and written some humorous and satirical pieces; when, in 1694, Molesworth published his "Account of Denmark," in which he treats the Danes and their monarch with great contempt; and takes the opportunity of insinuating those wild principles by which he supposes liberty to be established, and by which his adversaries suspect that all subordination and government is endangered.
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When he died, it was soon determined that his story should be delivered to posterity; and the papers supposed to contain the necessary information were delivered to Lord Molesworth, who had been his favourite in Flanders.
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When Molesworth died, the same papers were transferred with the same design to Sir Richard Steele, who, in some of his exigencies, put them in pawn.
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First performed at the Molesworth Hall, Dublin, October 8th, 1903.
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Examples of Molesworth

Example #1
This will be the place for the future village.
Example #2
We went in the boat, up the large river coming from the east, and after examination six miles up, I was pleased to find the water quite fresh and very deep.
Example #3
No sooner had the nation awakened from its golden dream, than a popular and even a parliamentary clamour demanded their victims: but it was acknowledged on all sides that the South Sea Directors, however guilty, could not be touched by any known laws of the land.
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Yet the equity of modern times must condemn the violent and arbitrary proceedings, which would have disgraced the cause of justice, and would render injustice still more odious.
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This may be shortened and arranged for narration.
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I commend all those who tell these stories to read the comments made on them by E. A. Freeman himself.