It may with realon be faid, that in the manner the Englilh nation is rcprefented. It fignifies not where this right refides, whetherin the crown or in the parliament. War is the common hatveit of all thole who participate in the divifion and expenditure of public mo ney, in all countries. It is the art of conquerzng at Acme; the ob. Jeci of it is an increafe oi revenue; and' as revenue cannot be in; created without taxes, a pretence muli be made for expenditures. In reviewing the hifiory oi its wars and itstaxes, a b} (lander not blinded by prejudice, or warped by in teteﬂ, would declare, that taxes were not railed to carry on wars, but that wars were railed to carry on taxes.