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CHAPTER IV
PUBLIC LATTERS 1850-1852

have compared them with some which at the same period have adorned the poorest countries, such as Prussia and Bavaria, they will naturally inquire what honours and rewards have been conferred upon the modest architect of the Crystal Palace? My first hope is, that Parliament will, among the hundred acts which it passes in one session and rescinds in the following, will be wise enough to cancel its vote in regard to this noble edifice. Light as it is, it is constructed of such materials that it may outlast the most ponderous building in the whole metropolis. And, what can be said of no other on earth, tens of thousands may enjoy it daily in the most ungenial months of the year, respiring health and prolonging life, and blessing the beneficence that raised it. The wealthy, no doubt, will contribute the rarest and most beautiful plants to its embellishment. The grant is the only one worthy of the Architect's acceptance, who has already received the highest honour in the friendship of the Duke of Devonshire.
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.

The following letter, printed in the Exczmilzer of August 16, 1851, was no doubt prompted by the appearance of Mr Gladstone's pamphlet on the State trials at Naples and the iniquities of King Bomba :

Nalles and Rome.
There is little hope that, in any nation of Europe, is the energy or the will to deliver from bondage those Romans or those Neapolitans who at this hour are groaning under it. Africans, the most barbarous, claim our pity and intervention. To exempt them from violence we snap asunder old alliances, and unite our forces with other governments of doubtful faith. Portugal has been coerced, France has been trusted, every Power has been defied. A perfidious Pope, meanwhile, and a revengeful and remorseless gang of Jesuits, are allowed to inflict on the most virtuous and the most enlightened citizens torments more intolerable than the hardest labour, indignities more cruel than the most cruel death. The Times, with an angry voice, a voice audible to the extremities of Europe and

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