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: The cork's too tight in the bottle, that's the trouble. He must be the first King of England not to have a mistress. Pitt
: Fifteen children seem to me to indicate a certain conscientiousness in that regard. Thurlow
: I'm talking of pleasure, not duty.
: The Prince of Wales cannot marry without the King's consent and he CANNOT marry a Catholic. You performed an illegal ceremony. Clergyman
] And they only give me ten pound for it. Thurlow
: Here's another ten pounds. Keep this to yourself.
[He gives the clergyman money and starts tearing the page from the register
: Here, you can't do that, it's against the law. Thurlow
: I *am* the law.
: [to Dr. Willis
] King Lear; do you think that is wise? Dr. Willis
: I did not know what the play was about.
: We consider ourselves blessed in our constitution. We tell ourselves our Parliament is the envy of the world. But we live in the health and well-being of the sovereign as much as any vizier does the Sultan.
: [to Dundas
] The Sultan orders it better. He has the son and heir strangled.
: [referring to the Prince of Wales
] It takes character to withstand the rigours of indolence.
: Your Majesty seems more yourself. George III
: Do I? Yes, I do. I've always been myself, even when I was ill. Only now I seem myself. And that's the important thing. I have remembered how to seem.