Comparison Between the Government of Napoleon Buonaparte, and a Certain Administration
Epidemiology, Providence, Radicalism
Suggests that, at the end of the Napoleonic wars, tyranny was not destroyed, but considered 'the most valuable part of the spoil' for which the victorious nations all made claims (339). England made a claim for 'all the plagues that had heretofore desolated the rest of Europe' and 'we are now in unmolested possession of a greater collection of plagues than ever before were united in a bond of holy brotherhood for the pious purpose of counteracting the intentions of Providence, and destroying all the blessings intended by nature to contribute to the happiness of man' (340).
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