visit to BuonapartAc; but a tolerably correct opinion, with respect to it, may, perhaps, be formed from a review of your ... This opinion, which 1, for one, entertained from the beginning. you took a very, early opportunity to verify. ... I fear, that, aquot; from the nature of the contest, in which a#39; you have been engaged, you may haVe contracted principles of admiration for aquot; unlimited monarchy, but the peace, filaa#39; lowed ... these a men who wish to re-kindle war among a them, are advocates for civil war.
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