Read paragraph 2 of Lord Byron’s speech. To whom does Lord Byron seem to be speaking? Support your guess with

Read paragraph 2 of Lord Byron’s speech. To whom does Lord Byron seem to be speaking? Support your guess with textual evidence.
My Lords,
The subject now submitted to your lordships, for the first time,
though new to the house, is, by no means, New to the country. I believe it had occupied the serous thoughts of all descriptions of persons long before its introduction to the notice of that legislature who’s interference alone could be of real service. As a person and some degree connected with the suffering country, though a stranger, not only to this house in general, but to almost every individual whose attention I presume to solicit, I must claim some portion of your lordships indulgence, whilst I offer a few observations on a question in which I confess myself deeply interested.

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