Addington, like his boss, has also been caricatured as just short of Satanic.
In the course of the memoir, there is a letter of Addington's, speaking of Sheridan's famous speech on the Begum question.
When there were magnates in Addington, James had been a poor boy.
The peril of the nation forced Addington from office and recalled Pitt to power.
He knew perfectly what the attitude of Addington would be to him.
Tomline's decision, that Pitt could never accept a sinecure from Addington, is indisputable.
Miss Amabel was pure Addington in all her unconsidered impulses.
The charge was unfair; for at that crisis Pitt could not stand by and see the national resources frittered away by Addington.
Addington, to a woman, knew exactly the ideal thing for Esther to have done.
Addington, describing this visit, remarked that Pitt had become one of his family.