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CHAPTER III
PUBLIC LATTERS 1848-1849

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WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.
August 19.

The month of August 1849 saw the surrender of Gorgey, the Hungarian Dictator, to the Russians at Arad, Kossuth's flight to Turkey, and the despatch of a letter in the Czar's own hand, glorying in the " success of our arms in the war I undertook for the legal right of my august ally the Emperor of Austria and for the suppression of the Hungarian insurrection." No more is needed to illustrate the first paragraph of Landor's next letter (Examiner, Sept. 8). In the second paragraph he had in mind the Congress of Universal Peace which had met in Paris, and the opening speech of Victor Hugo, the President.

The Comfortable State of Europe.
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