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|The Annual Register, or a View of the History, Politics, and Literature, of the Year 1828 (Classic Reprint)
by Rivington Rivington
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Canning, had formed the opposi tion; but that difference already existed in the ministry in point of principle: even the premier him self, if any confidence could be placed in the former tenor of his political life, was far removed from perfect political sympathy with the new colleagues whom be re ceived from his predecessor. Mr. Herries at the head of the excha quer, was an additional point on which the contending interests of the cabinet might come into con tact but these discordant interests themselves were all there, already prepared to support each its own pretensions by open clamour, or to undermine its adversary by secret intrigue. Two sets of men, so much opposed to each other as those had long been, who now formed the ministry, could not be expected to carry on the govern ment with cordiality and harmony. Mr. Canning, in whom all of them acknowledged a superior, might have been able to retain them for a while in their appropriate spheres; but lord Goderich soon felt, that, though his dying friend had bequeathed to him rivalry and dissension in the cabinet, neither the power of intellect, nor the de cision and energy of Character, nor even the tact of management, which would have been necessary to avoid ruin, had formed any part of the bequest. The departing prophet had bestowed his blessing, but had not left his mantle.
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