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Asinthewholehistoryoftheworld,perhaps,sogreatacalamityastheIrishfaminenevercalledforsympathyandrelief,soneverwasamoregenerousresponseelicitedbyanyappealtohumanity.TheGovernmentandtheLegislaturedidallthatwaspossiblewiththemeansattheirdisposal,andthemachinerythatalreadyexisted,orcouldbehastilyconstructed,tomeettheoverwhelmingemergency.ThenewlyestablishedPoorLawsystem,thoughusefulasfarasitwent,wasquiteinadequatetomeetsuchgreatdistress.Ithadbeenpassedwhilethecountrywascomparativelyprosperous,andcontainednoprovisionforsuchasocialdisorganisationasthisfamine.BytheActsof1and2Victoria,c.56,nooutdoorreliefwhatevercouldbegiveninanycircumstances.ThesizeoftheunionswasalsoagreatimpedimenttotheworkingofthePoorLaw.TheywerethreetimestheextentofthecorrespondingdivisionsinEngland.InMunsterand[544]Connaught,wheretherewasthegreatestamountofdestitutionandtheleastamountoflocalagencyavailableforitsrelief,theunionsweremuchlargerthaninthemorefavouredprovincesofUlsterandLeinster.TheunionofBallinacomprisedaregionofupwardsofhalfamillionacres,andwithinitsdeserttractsthefamineassumeditsmostappallingform,theworkhousebeingmorethanfortymilesdistantfromsomeofthesufferers.Asameasureofprecaution,theGovernmenthadsecretlyimportedandstoredalargequantityofIndiancorn,asacheapsubstituteforthepotato,whichwouldhaveservedthepurposemuchbetterhadthepeoplebeeninstructedinthebestmodesofcookingit.Itwasplacedincommissariatdep?tsalongthewesterncoastoftheisland,wherethepeoplewerenotlikelytobesuppliedonreasonabletermsthroughtheordinarychannelsoftrade.Thepublicworksconsistedprincipallyofroads,onwhichthepeoplewereemployedasasortofsupplementtothePoorLaw.HalfthecostwasafreegrantfromtheTreasury,andtheotherhalfwaschargeduponthebaronyinwhichtheworkswereundertaken.TheexpenseincurredundertheLabourRateAct,9and10Victoria,c.107,"amountedto£4,766,789.Itwasalmostuniversallyadmitted,whenthepressurewasover,thatthesystemofpublicworksadoptedwasagreatmistake;anditseemswonderfulthatsuchgrievousblunderscouldhavebeenmadewithsomanyablestatesmenandpoliticaleconomistsattheheadofaffairsandintheserviceoftheGovernment.Thepublicworksundertakenconsistedinthebreakingupofgoodroadstolevelhillsandfillhollows,andtheopeningofnewroadsinplaceswheretheywerenotrequired—workwhichthepeoplefelttobeuseless,andwhichtheyperformedonlyunderstrongcompulsion,beingobligedtowalktotheminallweathersformiles,inordertoearnthepriceofabreakfastofIndianmeal.Hadthelabourthuscomparativelywastedbeendevotedtothedraining,subsoiling,andfencingofthefarms,connectedwithacomprehensivesystemofarterialdrainage,immenseandlastingbenefittothecountrywouldhavebeentheresult,especiallyasworkssowellcalculatedtoamelioratethesoilandguardagainstthemoistureoftheclimatemighthavebeenconnectedwithasystemofinstructioninagriculturalmattersofwhichthepeasantrystoodsomuchinneed,andtotheremovalofthegrossignorancewhichhadsolargelycontributedtobringaboutthefamine.Asitwas,enormoussumswerewasted.Muchneedlesshardshipwasinflictedonthestarvingpeopleincompellingthemtoworkinfrostandrainwhentheywerescarcelyabletowalk,and,afterallthevastoutlay,veryfewtracesofitremainedinpermanentimprovementsonthefaceofthecountry.ThesystemofGovernmentreliefworksfailedchieflythroughthesamedifficultywhichimpedeseverymodeofrelief,whetherpublicorprivate—namely,thewantofmachinerytoworkit.Itwasimpossiblesuddenlytoprocureanefficientstaffofofficersforanundertakingofsuchenormousmagnitude—theemploymentofawholepeople.Theoverseerswerenecessarilyselectedinhaste;manyofthemwerecorrupt,andencouragedthemisconductofthelabourers.Inmanycasesthereliefcommittees,unabletopreventmaladministration,yieldedtothetorrentofcorruption,andindividualmembersonlysoughttobenefittheirowndependents.Thepeopleeverywhereflockedtothepublicworks;labourers,cottiers,artisans,fishermen,farmers,men,women,andchildren—all,whetherdestituteornot,soughtforashareofthepublicmoney.Insuchacrowditwasalmostimpossibletodiscriminateproperly.Theycongregatedinmassesontheroads,idlingunderthenameofwork,thereallydestituteoftenunheededandunrelievedbecausetheyhadnofriendtorecommendthem.Alltheordinaryemploymentswereneglected;therewasnofishing,nogatheringofseaweed,nocollectingofmanure.Themenwhohademploymentfearedtoloseitbyabsentingthemselvesforanyotherobject;thoseunemployedspenttheirtimeinseekingtoobtainit.Thewholeindustryofthecountryseemedtobeengagedinroad-making.Itbecameabsolutelynecessarytoputanendtoit,orthecultivationofthelandwouldbeneglected.Worksundertakenonthespurofthemoment—notbecausetheywereneedful,butmerelytoemploythepeople—wereinmanycasesill-chosen,andtheexecutionequallydefective.Theworkers,desiroustoprotecttheiremployment,wereonlyanxioustogiveaslittlelabouraspossible,inwhichtheiroverlookersorgangersinmanycasesheartilyagreed.Thefavouritism,theintimidation,thewholesalejobbingpractisedinmanycaseswereshockinglydemoralising.Theproblemwastosupport2,000,000or3,000,000ofdestitutepersons,andthiswasinagreatmeasureeffected,thoughatanenormouscosttotheempire.

ThefirstproclamationissuedbytheProvisionalGovernmentwasthefollowing:—"AretrogradeGovernmenthasbeenoverturnedbytheheroismofthepeopleofParis.ThisGovernmenthasfled,leavingbehindittracesofblood,whichwillforeverforbiditsreturn.Thebloodofthepeoplehasflowed,asinJuly;but,happily,ithasnotbeenshedinvain.IthassecuredanationalandpopularGovernment,inaccordancewiththerights,theprogress,andthewillofthisgreatandgenerouspeople.AProvisionalGovernment,atthecallofthepeople,andsomedeputies,inthesittingofthe24thofFebruary,isforthemomentinvestedwiththecareoforganisingandsecuringthenationalvictory.ItiscomposedofMM.Dupont(deL'Eure),Lamartine,Crémieux,Arago,LedruRollin,andGarnierPagès.ThesecretariestothisGovernmentareMM.ArmandMarrast,LouisBlanc,andFerdinandFlocon."Scarcelyhadtheex-kingfoundaresting-placeonBritishsoilthaneveryvestigeofroyaltywasobliteratedinFrance.

Thenextdaytempestscatteredtheapproachingtransports.SirJohnthoughtthestormsufficientexcusefornotpursuing;butthewindsfollowedtheinvaders,andblowingdirectlyfromLondontowardsDunkirk,dispersedtheFrenchtransports,sanksomeofthelargestofthemwithalltheirmen,wreckedothersonthecoast,andmadetherestgladtorecovertheirport.Charleswaitedimpatientlyforthecessationofthetempesttoputtoseaagain,buttheFrenchministerswerediscouragedbythedisaster,andbythediscoveryofsopowerfulaBritishfleetintheChannel.ThearmywaswithdrawnfromDunkirk,MarshalSaxewasappointedtothecommandinFlanders,andtheexpeditionforthepresentwasrelinquished.

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TheFrenchhastenedtocomplywiththiscondition,ontheunderstandingthatOrmondewouldimmediatelydrawoffhistroopsfromQuesnoy;andthedukewasobligedtoannouncetoPrinceEugenethathewasunderthisnecessity,inconsequenceofthetermsagreeduponbetweenFranceandEngland;infact,thathemustceasealloppositiontotheFrench.Ormonde,therefore,notonlygavethecommandfortheretirementoftheEnglishtroops,butalsoofallthosebelongingtotheGermanprinceswhichwereinBritishpay.EugeneandtheDutchfielddeputiesprotestedmostindignantlyagainstthisproceeding,andthemercenarytroopsthemselvesrefusedtofollowOrmonde.Invaindidheendeavourtomovetheofficersofthosetroops;theydespisedtheconductofEnglandinabandoningtheadvantageouspositionatwhichtheyhadarrivedforterminatingthewargloriously,andreleasingthecommonenemyofEuropefromhisjustpunishmenttogratifypartyspiritinEngland.CRIPPLEDBUTUNCONQUERED,1805.

Theyear1839willbealwaysmemorablefortheestablishmentofthesystemofauniformpennypostage,oneofthosegreatreformsdistinguishingtheageinwhichwelive,whicharefraughtwithvastsocialchanges,andaredestinedtofructifythroughoutalltimewithsocialbenefitstothehumanrace.Toonemindpre-eminentlytheBritishEmpireisindebtedforthepennypostage.Wearenowsofamiliarwithitsadvantages,anditsreasonablenessseemssoobvious,thatitisnoteasytocomprehendthedifficultieswithwhichSirRowlandHillhadtocontendinconvincingtheauthoritiesandthepublicofthewisdomandfeasibilityofhisplan.Mr.RowlandHillhadwrittenapamphletonPostOfficeReformin1837.Ittookforitsstarting-pointthefactthatwhereasthepostalrevenueshowedforthepasttwentyyearsapositivethoughslightdiminution,itoughttohaveshownanincreaseof£507,700ayear,inordertohavesimplykeptpacewiththegrowthofpopulation,andanincreaseofnearlyfourtimesthatamountinordertohavekeptpacewiththegrowthoftheanalogousthoughfarlessexorbitantdutiesimposedonstagecoaches.Thepopulationin1815was19,552,000;in1835ithadincreasedto25,605,000.ThenetrevenuearisingfromthePostOfficein1815was£1,557,291;in1835ithaddecreasedto£1,540,300.Atthisperiodtherateofpostageactuallyimposed(beyondthelimitsoftheLondonDistrictOffice)variedfromfourpencetooneandeightpenceforasingleletter,whichwasinterpretedtomeanasinglepieceofpaper,notexceedinganounceinweight.Asecondpieceofpaperoranyotherenclosure,howeversmall,constitutedadoubleletter.Asinglesheetofpaper,ifitatallexceededanounceinweight,waschargedwithfourfoldpostage.Theaveragechargeoninlandgeneralpostletterswasnearlyninepenceforeachletter.InLondontheletter-boxeswereonlyopenfromeightinthemorningtosevenp.m.,andaletterwrittenafterthathouronFridaydidnotreachUxbridgeearlierthanTuesdaymorning.

"Morethan100workhouseofficersfellvictimstothefaminefeverduringthisfatalyear,whichalsodecimatedtheranksoftheCatholicclergyofthecountry.Mr.TrevelyangivesnamesofthirtyEnglishandScottishpriestswhosacrificedtheirlivestotheirzealousattendanceontheimmigrantIrish,whocarriedthepestilencewiththemintheirflighttootherportionsoftheUnitedKingdom.Pestilencelikewiseslewitsvictimsinthe[542]fetidholdoftheemigrantship,and,followingthemacrosstheocean,immolatedtheminthousandsinthelazarhousesthatfringedtheshoresofCanadaandtheUnitedStates.Theprincipalbusinessofthetimewasinmeal,andcoffins,andpassengerships.Afactmaybementionedwhichrendersfurtherdescriptionofthestateofthecountryneedless.TheCorkPatentSawMillshadbeenatfullworkfromDecember,1846,toMay,1847,withtwentypairsofsaws,constantlygoingfrommorningtillnight,cuttingplanksforcoffins,andplanksandscantlingsforfeversheds,andfortheframeworkofberthsforemigrantships."

AmongstthemostdistinguishedpersonscapturedwereLordsKilmarnock,Cromarty,Balmerino,Mordington,andLovat.Cromarty,Balmerino,andKilmarnockwerebroughttotrialbeforethepeersinWestminsterHallonthe28thofJuly."Cromarty,"saysHoraceWalpole,"wasatimidman,andshedtears;andKilmarnock,thoughbehavingwithmoredignity,pleadedguilty,bothexpressingremorsefortheirpastconduct,andtheirferventgoodwishesforthepersonandgovernmentoftheking."ButoldBalmerino,theherooftheparty,pleadednotguilty,andtookexceptionstotheindictment."Heis,"writesWalpole,"themostnatural,braveoldfellowIeversaw;thehighestintrepidity,eventoindifference."Allthesenoblemenwerepronouncedguilty.Cromartypleadedpiteouslytheconditionofhiswifeandfamily:thathelefthiswifeenceinte,andeightinnocentchildrentosufferforhisfault.Hiswife'sentreatiesandtheinterestofthePrinceofWalessavedhim;KilmarnockandBalmerinowerebeheaded.

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     Buonaparteallowedhisarmy,nowreunitedinSmolensk,fivedays'restandenjoymentofthestoresthere,andonthe14thofNovemberheagainmarchedouttoforcehiswayintoPoland.Theseconddivision,underDavoust,followedonthe16th,andtherear,stillunderNey,onthe17th.Theworn-downItaliansofPrinceEugenecouldnotmovetillthe15th,anddidnotovertakeBuonaparteandassumetheirproperpositiontillthe17th.TheroadwhichBuonapartewastakingwasbyWilna,Krasnoi,andBorissovtoMinsk;atthelasttwoplaceshehadhisstores.ButhiswaywasnowhemmedinonallsidesbyRussianarmies.WittgensteinwasalreadyatVitebsk,andthenceadvancedonBorissovontheBeresina,whereBuonapartehopedtocross;whilstTchitchagoff,whohadjoinedTormasoff,andthusraisedtheirforcetosixtythousandmen,haddriventheAustrians,underSchwarzenberg,backontheBug,andhadtakenMinskontheverydaythatNapoleonmarchedoutofSmolensk.AtthesametimeKutusoff,withthegrandarmyofRussia,wasmarchinginaparallellineontheleftflankoftheEmperor,readytofallonhimwheneverhewasreducedtoextremitiesbytheotherconvergingRussianforces.Nowwascomingthegrandcrisis.Theelementswerefightingfearfullyagainsthim;hismenwerewearied,half-starved,anddisheartened;hisenemiesonallsideswerealertwithhopeandrevenge.HadKutusoffusedmorealertness,andsecuredthepassageoftheBeresinaasitoughttohavebeensecured,theeventwhichBernadottehadplannedmusthavetakenplace,andBuonaparte,withtheremainderofhisarmy,musthaveremainedaprisonerthere.

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    TheexampleofOxford,whomadeanattemptonthelifeoftheQueen,wasfollowedbyanothercrazyyouth,namedFrancis,excitedbyasimilarmorbidpassionfornotoriety.Onthe29thofMay,1842,theQueenandPrinceAlbertwerereturningtoBuckinghamPalacedownConstitutionHillinabaroucheandfour,whenamanwhohadbeenleaningagainstthewallofthepalacegardenwentuptothecarriage,drewapistolfromhispocket,andfiredattheQueen.HerMajestywasuntouched,andseemedunawareofthedanger.TheassassinwasobservedbyPrinceAlbert,andpointedoutbyhimtooneoftheoutriders,whodismountedtopursuehim;buthehadbeenatoncearrestedbyotherpersons.Thecarriage,whichwasdrivingatarapidpace,nosoonerarrivedatthepalace,thanamessengerwassenttotheDuchessofKenttoannouncetheQueen'sdangerandhersafety.Theprisoner,John[491]Francis,thesonofamachinistorstagecarpenteratCoventGardenTheatre,havingbeentwiceexaminedbythePrivyCouncil,wascommittedtoNewgatefortrialattheCentralCriminalCourtonachargeofshootingattheQueenwithaloadedpistol.Hewasonlytwentyyearsofage.ThetrialofFrancistookplaceonthe17thofJune,beforeChiefJusticeTindal,BaronGurney,andJusticePatteson.TheprincipalwitnesswasColonelArbuthnot,oneoftheequerrieswhowasridingclosetotheQueenwhentheshotwasfired,andcriedouttoapoliceman,"Securehim!"whichwasdone.ColonelWylde,anotherequerry,withseveralotherwitnesses,corroboratedthetestimonyofColonelArbuthnot;anditappearedthatFrancishadonthepreviousdaypointedapistolattheQueen,thoughhedidnotfire.Forthedefenceitwasallegedthattheattemptwastheresultofdistress,andthattheprisonerhadnodesigntoinjuretheQueen.Thejuryretired,andinabouthalfanhourreturnedintocourtwithaverdictof"Guilty,"findingthatthepistolwasloadedwithsomedestructivesubstance,besidesthewaddingandpowder.ChiefJusticeTindalimmediatelypronouncedsentenceofdeathforhightreason,thatheshouldbehanged,beheaded,anddividedintofourquarters.Thesentencewascommutedtotransportationforlife.

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