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CHAPTER III
PUBLIC LATTERS 1848-1849

Questions, Involving Others.
1. Was there ever a period in the history of France, during seven hundred years, when she would have permitted (much less consented) that any neighbouring prince should over-run the states of Italy ?
2. Did not the French, in proclaiming their own republick, proclaim also that they would aid and assist such nations as, having been by force deprived of their freedom, invoked the French republick for succour?
3. Have they not shamefully belied such proclamation ?
4. Were not other nations, Italy more especially, incited by the example and encouraged by the promises of France?
5. So far from assisting the people of Rome against the Jesuits and the Cardinals, did not the republick of France refuse even to acknowledge the republick of Rome ? Furthermore, did not the republick of France seize and occupy Civita Vecchia, and did not her general, Oudinot, march against Rome without any provocation?
6. Were not the movements of the Austrians and Neapolitans simultaneous with this aggression ?
7. If France had interfered merely by remonstrances, would the Austrians have massacred the people of Bologna and reduced the city to ruins?
8. Were not the movements of Austrians, Russians, and Prussians, also simultaneous with those of General Oudinot?
9. Is there not as strong a probability as there can be in any events here below, that the Government of France is closely confederated with the despotic powers of Europe to subvert and stifle the liberties of nations?
10. If the Emperor of Russia, in his hatred of republicks, refused to acknowledge a Bourbon for king, what could be his motive to acknowledge a Bonaparte for President of the Republick?
11. Is there no probability that he thinks an Emperor of France and a levy of French marshals the proper instruments whereby to extend his power to the Adriatic, and to bandage and belt his green livery on every prince in Germany?
12. Whether the ministers of the French President, betrayers of all the rulers who have employed or trusted them, and seceders from

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