It was soon clear that opinion had been embittered rather than silenced by the blow at Wilkes.
I will instruct Wilkes on my way out, that you are to be at home to no one.
Wilkes also wrote a bold letter to the Speaker asserting his right.
The characteristic speeches of Wilkes and Junius he thought most admirable.
No one could blame Captain Wilkes for acting policeman on the seas.
The "Devil" feared that Wilkes had been "gagged" for good and all.
Mr. Wilkes has, however, favoured me with one repartee of Pope, of which Johnson was not informed.
His fees at Elbert were larger than at any other court except his own home in Wilkes.
Alderman Oliver was likewise ordered to attend in his place, while Wilkes was directed to appear at the bar of the house.
Wilkes, in fact, seemed to be a watershed in early politics.