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CHAPTER V
PUBLIC LATTERS 1853-1855

safely than by domination. How many brave men are calling upon him at this hour. Italy has great names which it is dangerous to pronounce; Hungary has her Kossuth, Transylvania her Guyon, and Poland her Czartoryski.
Brave, generous Prince ! may Heaven, who has prolonged thy days beyond the term usually assigned to man, grant thee to rest thy bones among thy ancestors, and may thy royal cenotaph be erected
many years hence.
WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR
Jan. 25, 1854

The day after this letter appeared, the Emperor of the French wrote to the Czar inviting him to terminate hostilities with Turkey, and adding-" if your Majesty should refuse this proposal, then France, as well as England, will be compelled to leave to the fate of arms and the chances of war, that which might now be decided by reason and justice." On February, 22, 1854 the Guards left London for the seat of war. The ultimatum to Russia followed five days later. Admiral Sir Charles Napier, in command of the Baltic fleet, left Spithead on March 11. On the same day the Examiner published the following :

In the Field.
At last we are fairly in the field of battle; no more flirting with Bellona, no more pouring out rose-water on the moustache of Mars. Incredible as it may seem to many, and to heads of parties almost unconstitutional, we have sent the fittest man to the fittest place ; Napier to the Baltic. Only thrice, only upon urgent occasions, only after grievous reverses, have we done the same by land in the course of ninety years : the examples are Wolfe, Wellington, and that equally great commander, who carried lately into an obscure churchyard, among the tears of veterans, a name which is about to shake the thousand cannon off the walls of Cronstadt. We forget only one thing in his appointment : we forgot to ascertain whether his flagship

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