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Inl813hewa.i S^ on a mission to induce Aiwtria to brealnirt S apoleon,and in this he was highly successful Kn'T'/''^ allied amiesrwas p Sat Lut«;n, Bautzen and Leipzig; was employed to detech Murat from Napoleon; and was the colleague of Lord Caa Uereagh at the Con- gre«. In gentml, however, he w»g in favour of a policy of neutrality in cuntiueutal questions. Peel in 1834 -3.', and Foreign Swri to the same statesman in 1841.
Ho rccofi^niscd Louis Philippe im- mediately ; ho refused to employ the English power to dispossess Don Miguel of the crown iif Turtug Hl ; and ho stronglv ohjecti'd to the Quadruple Alliance which laord Pal- mento B negotiated. Ho HHsisti'd in ciirrying the repeal of thet'orn Ij'.w a iind the commercial r^'formsof Peel, and on the death of that stiiti sman he became the aikn(;\vlcilgcd hoiid of his jwrty. tmvelled thane, Athenian Abenfcen," of li)-ron's Eif Vuh Burt U ami Settc A Jtnitwtr; was an a Gc Parliament by writ as ilcrgaveunv or Abergkrenny.
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■ecnrity ol th« pewwi Bat u to all tho M thingi of whkh ut om Iwth bm di«.«ed or dkpow MMd, witl Mwt • Itpd v«nlkt ol hfa iwmi, by Uac Hanrr o«r Ikthw, orkfaf tt M«vtoo«h», ir Ueh w» l-k*. Uy thi* tnaty Utu fjiiflub kiiig reliiuj UMbeil i Ul t-Uias tu N'Mn Midx.
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Bi wua obliged to taha connael ^ „ monks, junior as well aa senior, though tho Anul riftht of decision reated with him, and not with the brethren) ; (J) the iuko/, though exemption, after the 12th century, ifenoin Oy took away thia check ; (r) the mitrar»tiu, an lal Matiu loya MB, who was appointed owing to the iaa Ufity U the abbot to inlerfen in peraoa ia c M] aaitat mi wba aa MMwatlv largely liaitod tka iwwar of tta akkal the pto MTty «f lha abbey and aecnlar mat Un Keneimlly. I 1021, at a staghunt at Bramshill Park, Abbo accidentally shot a keeper.B«l, with all i Maa deductiui a, the abbot hdd a moat impoaing poai'ion. hud much social inttuenou and political coi, 'i rm- tion. This raisetake himself to his houw at lord, in Kent, and thore remain in confine- ment, while the arehbishopric was ]mt into the hands of a commission, with Ijiud at the head.