Speech on the Excise Bill, House of Commons (March 1763)
That little gem is among William Pitt's most famous of speeches, a stirring defense of the right of security within your home against any incursion (whether they be criminals or cops). Only problem is, I want the exact date. So far, nothing has been more specific than just the month and year.
I Googled "the storm may enter the rain may enter", and I thoroughly sussed out Pitt's Wikipedia page, as well as his Wikiquote page. I've searched for Pitt biographies in my local bookshops and libraries, but I guess they're not in much demand here in Texas.
Can anybody tell me what DATE Pitt made this speech?