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CHAPTER III
PUBLIC LATTERS 1848-1849

bounded before this Virtue. Religion followed Religion; new idols were worshipt ; they rotted down one after another ; Tyrannicide has appeared in every age, in every country, the refuge and avenger of the opprest. Can Russia have forgotten that awful vision, which hath reared its head so often over her imperial crown, and broken up, like the burst of spring, her palaces of ice? Perhaps the novel and insane idea of drawing a blockade round a vast kingdom originated at hearing the near footfall of this inevitable chastiser.
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.
July 22.

Late in July 1849 the English papers published a proclamation addressed by the Austrian general, H aynau, to the people of Buda-Pesth, in which he said:-- Doomed to death is every person, no matter of what rank or sex-doomed to instant death on the spot of the crime, is every one who dares to assist the cause of the rebels, by words or by deeds, or by revolutionary dress ; doomed to death is every one who dares to insult any of my soldiers or of those of our allies ; doomed to instant death is every one who enters into traitorous communication with the enemies of the Crown, or who maliciously presumes by rumours to assist the rebellion or to conceal weapons." In the House of Commons, on August 1, Lord Palmerston, replying to Lord Nugent, said that her Majesty's Government in common with everybody else had read the proclamation, as printed in the newspapers, with the deepest pain, but as the Government were not in possession of any information on the subject, it was impossible to say whether it were genuine or not. The Exanailiey of August 11 published the following letter from Landor, who at

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