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CHAPTER III
PUBLIC LATTERS 1848-1849

Cossacks, and several of them ill-disposed toward Russia. It would be no difficult matter to conciliate the leaders of these by presents and treaties ; and very far from impossible to unite many tribes under one head, such as Platoff, and to render them the efficient allies of Poland, until they are fitted to become members of the Republic. Conciliation with them, by such measures, may
shorten the last war which European nations are likely to wage against one another; a war which otherwise must continue for more years, extend over more nations, and become more sanguinary than any other in modern times. Hungary, not France, is at this hour the mistress of Europe; but France may influence Hungary, and shorten the agonies of Italy, by sending a fleet and forty thousand men up the Adriatic.
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.
April 10, 1848.

Landor's next letter to the Examiner was written on November 13, 1848. The issue of the paper in which it appeared, had accounts of the restoration of order in Vienna, lately in the hands of insurgents, and "reports of a most warlike character" from Hungary, where 150,000 of the imperial troops were in the field. Kossuth, in July, had told the Diet that "the Magyars stood alone in the world against the conspiracy of sovereigns and nations which surrounded them." Two months later, the Hungarians, with Kossuth as their Dictator, had begun their War of Independence.
In Italy King Charles Albert of Sardinia had been defeated by the Austrians at Custoza ; but he had not yet abdicated. Milan had capitulated to Marshal Radetzky in the beginning of August. Early in September King Ferdinand, who had deserted the popular cause, bombarded Messina. The following

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