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readers on this single point. If their articles about it are perused with avidity, it is from wonder what can possibly be urged against men fighting against insidious encroachments and lawless innovations. Nearly all who follow with breathless curiosity the powerful antagonist heading the columns of the Times, call to mind with strong disapprobation, being religious men and strictly Protestants, that the family against whose arms and artifices the Hungarians are now contending, is that same family which, by the same arms and artifices, cut down and trod into the dust the Protestantism they found flourishing in that country. By no other hands was consumed its cradle in Bohemia.
I am no zealot " for modes of faith." What the Protestant has lost, the Papist has not gained; I wish he had. But an imposing and intolerant confraternity hems him round, tellin- him what quantity and of what quality he may eat, when his master has eaten first and the servants of the house after. Early in the day the Popes were at the diggings, and accumulated a prodigious mass of ore, which their slaves and body-guards brought into the city, forcing the poor citizens to throw in all. they possessed, and turning their old habitations into smelting-houses. Ultimately there was rebuilt another Ephesus, another temple; and instead of the ancient image that was believed to have come from heaven, there was substituted one fused with human blood, gorgeous, vast, irre
I movable, under whose shadow sit, vociferating and bargaining, the sellers of tame doves, the scriveners and craftsmen, the artificers and solderers of States. Men, it appears, were born to support the edifice and them. The Hungarians think otherwise. They resolve to enjoy and to impart the blessings of free religion; they believe that a running stream is clearer and purer than a factitious pond, and that not only is it better to slake their thirst, but also is adapted to irrigate the field more equally and more widely,
Were I a Tory I should be, if possible, more strenuous in the I cause than I have ever been. Altho' no Tory, I am truly a Conservative, and I desire no other changes, in my own country, than from profusion to economy, with the safe and certain means of maintaining it; no other in Hungary than from violence to order, from military and arbitrary government to municipal and representative. I wish every man to enjoy as much as I myself

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