Volume 59: Archdeacon Scott letters, 1822-1844: No. 124

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the rights of the Peerage or aristocracy; for the nominating power is a power usurped by them & ought to be I contest at all hazards - I apprehend the people in London will proceed to pull down the homes of the anti reformer & perhaps execute their vengeance on their persons, which of course w.d not be tollerated & the Gov.t must call out the troops to aid the civil power - They are [indecipherable]  to the Gov.t for the time being & will obey there is no thought of that - nor will the 

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