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CHAPTER IV
PUBLIC LATTERS 1850-1852

America, has denounced the iniquity of these miscreants. Mr Gladstone, calm and circumspect, has laid open to the world the island-prison in which the most sanguinary and most cowardly of despots chains down the faithfullest and bravest of his people. Their only crime is, that they are witnesses to the making and breaking of his oaths, his vapouring and his fright.
In regard to the victims which the Holiness of our lord shuts up for sacrifice, it is probable that a few words of our most gracious Queen, addrest to the President of the French Republic, would release them. One gentle breath might remove the tarnish from his glory, and moderate in some degree the animosity that rankles in the Roman heart. On the barbarian who rules at Naples there is no other agency but force and fear. Policy might induce the Americans to liberate his captives from their pestilential dens. A single ship, with a few broadsides and a few boarders, would effect it. The island would be as fairly won by them from this inhuman monster as ever slave-ship was by the bravest of our cruisers. And surely those hosts of heroic men who have fought for the same cause in Hungary and Poland will be prompt to embark in this most holy of crusades ; in a crusade at the outset against a dastard and fugitive, and ultimately against an infidel who assumes in mockery the Crown of Christ, who calls himself God's vice-gerent, subverts His attributes, effaces His laws, and stamps upon His image.
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.

A letter from Landor headed "Tranquillity in Europe," and published in the Examiner of December 13th and 20th, was reprinted in " Last Fruit" (P. 348) ; and the next letter to be quoted here is the following, which was printed in the Examiner of August 14, 1852. A few weeks before, a Note had been addressed to the United States Government by the English Secretary of State for the Colonies, regarding American encroachments on our fisheries.

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