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CHAPTER III
PUBLIC LATTERS 1848-1849

and the tooth is nowhere so ferocious as on the toothless. But the hunters have discovered that the breed of the old wolf inherit the old wolf's fangs.
A few more words for the French people, since no French Government will ever heed them. Beyond the west lies the cast; beyond freedom lies despotism.
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.

The Examiner of June 23, 1849, quoted a letter from Civita Vecchia dated June 15, saying: " Garibaldi has made a sortie with 1400 men, who have been annihilated. The French army is fighting with unparalleled vigour. The breach is opened, and at the present moment, perhaps, the assault of Rome is going on." In the same issue of the paper appeared Landor's second letter on " France and Rome."

France and Rome.
The blunders of the French Government in Italy were to be intercepted from the public view by military evolutions in Paris. For this purpose it was requisite to take advantage of rising indignation, and to stifle its expression. A violation of the constitution was to be perpetrated, in order that remonstrances against a greater might be supprest. An appeal to justice and honour was turned into ridicule, as might be expected, by such persons as Barrot and Falloux.i Indignation was just as naturally raised among the friends of Republicanism, at home and abroad. It was foreseen that such indignation would burst forth into acts of violence ; and not only was it foreseen, but desired. The new Republicans are now sharing the fate of the old Girondins.
Such seizure and imprisonment of respectable and intelligent men, brave soldiers, enlightened journalists, and upright representatives of the people, was beyond the ferocious grasp, beyond the bloodshot vision of Robespierre and Marat. Neither of them was base enough to employ so dark a blinker to cover his misdeeds : neither of them

1 M. Odilon Barrot was President of the Council and Minister of Justice in the new French Ministry. AT. de Falloux, Minister of Public Instruction.

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