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with as much respect as was due to his station, and with as much indulgence as was consistent with his security;-that the British nation, whose children he had for twenty years imprisoned and slaughtered, and whose general ruin he had, by force and fraud, invariably pursued, forgot the despot in the prisoner; and remembered, in their treatment of him, no more of his former power, than was necessary to guard against his resumption of it.

To this we add our mature and solemn opinion that, in accordance with this national generosity, those who had the painful responsibility of his custody, bore with exemplary patience and forbearance the accumulated provocations with which he assiduously insulted them; and never gave him or his partizans any cause for their complaints, except their judicious vigilance to prevent his escape, and their steady refusal to acknowledge his imperial dignity.


Page 49, 1. 20. for Pope, read Roscommon.

In exchanging the couplet of the former for that of Roscommon, as more familiar, the name was overlooked. Pope's lines are

'No pardon vile obscenity should find,
Though wit and art conspire to move the mind,'

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