Black Dwarf, 1 (1817), 81–88.
The Suspension of the Habeas Corpus
Radicalism, Natural Law, Theology of Nature
Observes that Emperor Napoleon I 'was conquered alone by the uncontrollable laws of nature, against which no human prudence, or foresight could avail. The arm of heaven only could arrest his progress. He fell the Victim of the Highest'. (87)
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