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The increasing power of France, and the accumulation of evils, the natural consequence of that fatal system which distinguished the Pitt administration, and marks the present, formed of the same principles, although destitute of the abilities of their grand exemplar, imperiously demand the serious attention of the public. The experience of the present reign affords demonstrative evidence, that it is not a change of sters which will produce any effectual relief: nothing but a total change of system; a radical reform in every department of government; and more specially A Reform In Parliament, by which the