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“3分彩注册”FromthemomentthatRussiawascalledin,underthepretextofmaintainingorder,shebecame,oraimedtobecome,thedominantpowerthere.ShepressedonthewholelineofthePolishfrontierwithherarmies,inundatedthekingdomwithhertroops,andleviedcontributionsfortheirsupportasifshehadbeeninaconqueredcountry.Fromthathour,too,thekingswereelectedratherbyforeignarmiesthanbythePolesthemselves.[207]StanislausPoniatowski,thepresentking,wasthenomineeofCatherineofRussia,whoseloverhehadbeentillsupersededbyOrloff.Shehadplacedhimonthethronebyforceofarms,andhewasincapableofdoinganythingexceptthroughherpower.

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NumbersofpersonsfledfromthedifferenttownstothefrontiersofHolland,tradebecamestagnant,manufactoriesstoodempty;thewholecountrybegantoassumeamelancholyandruinousaspect.Manyoftherefugees,formedintorevolutionaryclubsbyFrenchemissaries,werepreparednotmerelytoopposeJoseph'sdespotism,butallmonarchicalgovernmentwhatever.ApowerfulbodyoftheseplacedthemselvesundertheleadershipofVanderNoot,alawyer,whoassumedthetitleofplenipotentiaryagentofthepeopleofBrabant;andofVanderMersch,anofficerwhohadservedintheSevenYears'War,whowasmadetheircommander-in-chief.ThesetwomenwereinleaguewiththenewAssemblyofBreda,andissuedtheirproclamations.TheseTrautmansdorffcausedtobeburntbytheexecutioner.ThepatriotsinBrusselswhosympathisedwiththoseinarmswere,manyofthem,arrested;thecitizensweredisarmed,thefortificationsstrengthenedbypalisades,andeverymeansofdefencewasresortedto.

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Onthe23rdofDecemberthecommitteemetagaininFishambleStreet,andresolvedtoaddressthePrinceRegentontheinvasionoftheirrighttopetition,appointingageneralcommitteetomeetagaininDublinonthe28thofFebruary,1812.InJanuary,andatthecommencementofFebruary,EarlFitzwilliamintroducedtheconsiderationofthestateofIreland,andLordMorpethproposedthesamesubjecttotheCommons,butbothmotionswererejected.

Here,hadtheGovernmentbeenwise,theywouldhavestopped;buttheywerenotcontentedwithoutexperiencingathirddefeat.Thenextmorning,the20thofDecember,theyreturnedtothechargewithanindictmentagainstMr.HoneforpublishingaparodyontheAthanasianCreed,called"TheSinecurist'sCreed."TheoldChiefJusticewasagainonthebench,apparentlyasresolvedasever,andthistimethedefendant,onenteringthecourt,appearedpaleandexhausted,ashewellmight,forhehadputforthexertionsandpowersofmindwhichhadastonishedthewholecountryandexcitedthedeepestinterest.TheAttorney-Generalhumanelyofferedtopostponethetrial,butthedefendantpreferredtogoon.Heonlybeggedforafewminutes'delaytoenablehimtoputdownafewnotesontheAttorney-General'saddressafterthatwasdelivered;buttheChiefJusticewouldnotallowhimthistriflingfavour,butsaid,ifthedefendantwouldmakeaformalrequestforthepurpose,hewouldputoffthetrialforaday.Thiswouldhaveinjuredthecauseofthedefendant,bymakingitappearthathewasinsomedegreeworsted,and,fatiguedashewas,hereplied,promptly,"No!Imakenosuchrequest."WilliamHone,onthisthirdtrial,oncemoreseemedtoforgethispastfatigues,androsewithastrengththatcompletelycowedtheoldandfieryjudge.Hedidnotdesisttillhehadconvertedhisdictatorialmannerintoasuppliantone.AfterquotingmanyeminentChurchmenasdissentientsfromtheAthanasianCreed,andamongstthemWarburtonandTillotson,headded,"Evenhislordship'sfather,theBishopofCarlisle,hebelieved,tookasimilarviewofthiscreed."Thiswascomingtoonear;andthejudgesaid,"Whateverthatopinionwas,hehasgone,manyyearsago,wherehehashadtoaccountforhisbeliefandhisopinions.Forcommondelicacy,forbear.""O,mylord,"repliedthesatisfieddefendant,"Ishallcertainlyforbear."Thejudgehadprofitedbythelessonto-day:hegaveamuchmoretemperatechargetothejury,andtheyrequiredonlytwentyminutestoreturnthethirdandfinalvictoryofNotGuilty.NeverhadthisarbitraryGovernmentsufferedsowitheringadefeat.Thesensationthroughoutthecountrywasimmense.TheverynextdayLordEllenboroughsentinhisannouncementofretiringfrom[131]thebench,andinaveryshorttimeheretiredfromthisworldaltogether(December13,1818),itbeingasettledconvictionofthepublicmindthatthemortificationofsuchaputting-down,byamanwhomherosefromhissick-bedtoextinguish,tendedmateriallytohastenthatdeparture.

WurmseradvanceddownthevalleyofTrentwithfiftythousandmen,whosenumberwasincreased,bytheremainsofthearmyofBeaulieu,tosixtythousand.Withsuchaforcewellconducted,theAustriansmighthaveworstedBuonaparte,whosetroopswerenotmorethanforty-fivethousand,andalreadygreatlyharassedbyrapidmarches.Buttherewasnocomparisonbetweenthegeniusofthecommanders.TheconductoftheAustrianswasaseriesoffatalblunders.HadtheArchdukeCharlesbeenthereitmighthavebeendifferent;butthefirstthingwhichWurmserdidwastoweakenhimselfbydividinghisforces,andsendingonedetachmentunderQuasdanowichalongthewesternshoreoftheLakeofGarda,andmarchingalongtheeasternbankhimselfwiththeother.ThequickeyeofBuonaparteinstantlysawhisadvantage;neitherofthedivisionswasnowequaltohisown,andhebeatthembothindetail.HeraisedtheblockadeofMantua,defeatedQuasdanowichatLonato,chasedhimbackintothemountains,andthenengagedandroutedhimtwicenearCastiglione,onthe3rdand5thofAugust.Wurmserhadtomakeahastyretreatintothemountains,leavingbehindhisartilleryandmanythousandmenslain.BuonapartepursuedhimintotheverygorgesoftheTyrol,andinflictedfreshlossesuponhim.ThesturdybutnotverybrightoldAustrian,however,madeadetourinthehills,andagainissuedontheplains[454]fromthevalleyoftheBrenta.Withremarkableaddressandagilityforhim,hemadehiswaytoMantua,andthrewhimselfintothefortresswiththewretchedremainsofhisarmy,abouteighteenthousandmen.

ItwasatthiseraofreligiousapathythatJohnWesley(b.1703;d.1791),andCharles,hisbrother(b.1708;d.1788),andGeorgeWhitefield(b.1714),cameforwardtopreacharevival,andlaidthefoundationofMethodism.Theseyoungmen,studentsatOxford,allofthemoriginallyofclericalfamiliesbutWhitefield—whowasthesonofaninnkeeper—withHervey,afterwardstheauthorofthewell-known"MeditationsamongsttheTombs,"andsomeothersoftheirfellow-collegians,struckbythedearthofreligiouslifeofthetime,metintheirroomsforprayerandspiritualimprovement.Theyweresoonassailedwiththenicknamesof"Sacramentarians,""BibleMoths,"andfinally,"Methodists,"atermcurrentagainstthePuritansinthosedays,andsuggestedbytheappellativeMethodist?,giventoacollegeofphysiciansinancientRome,inconsequenceofthestrictregimenwhichtheyprescribedtotheirpatients.

TheverydaythatLordCornwallishadmarchedfromWilmington,LordRawdonwasbravelyfightingwithGreeneatHobkirk'sHill,inSouthCarolina.GreenehadnotventuredtoattackLordCornwallis;buthethoughthemight,bydivertinghiscourseintoSouthCarolina,inducehimtofollow,andthusleaveexposedallNorthCarolinatoWayneandLafayette,aswellasallhisimportantpostsintheupperpartofNorthCarolina.GreenefailedtodrawafterhimCornwallis,buthesatdownatHobkirk'sHill,abouttwomilesfromtheoutpostsofLordRawdon'scampatCamden.LordRawdon,hearingthatGreenewaswaitingtobereinforcedbytroopsunderLieutenant-ColonelLee,didnotgivehimtimeforthat.HemarchedoutofCamden,atnineo'clockinthemorning,onthe25thofApril,andquietlymakingacircuitthroughsomewoods,hecameuponGreene'sflank,anddroveinhispicketsbeforehewasperceived.Startledfromhisrepose,GreenesoughttoreturnthesurprisebysendingColonelWashington,anephewoftheAmericancommander-in-chief,withabodyofcavalry,tofallonRawdon'srear,ashewaspassingupthehill.ButRawdonwasawareofthisman?uvre,andpreventedit,stillpressingupHobkirk'sHill,inthefaceoftheartillery,chargedwithgrape-shot.Greene'smilitiafled[281]withallspeed,andRawdonstoodtriumphantonthesummitofthehill,inthecentreofGreene'scamp.Butthesuccesswasnotfollowedup,owingtotheinsufficiencyoftheEnglishtroops,andGreenewasable,withoutriskinganotherengagement,tocompelRawdontoretiretoCharleston.TheAmericangeneralencampedontheSanteeHillsuntilSeptember,whenhedescendedonColonelStewart,whohadsucceededRawdon.AfteraseverestruggleatEutawSpringsonthe8thofSeptember,StewartretiredtoCharlestonNeck,andallGeorgiaandSouthCarolinawerelosttotheEnglish,withtheexceptionofCharlestonandSavannah.Meanwhile,LordCornwallisonlyallowedhimselfthreedays'restatPresburg;hemarchedthence,onthe24thofMay,inquestofLafayette,whowasencampedontheJamesRiver.CornwalliscrossedthatriveratWestover,aboutthirtymilesbelowLafayette'scamp,andthatnimbleofficerretreatedinallhastetojoinGeneralWayne,whowasmarchingthroughMarylandwithasmallforceofeighthundredPennsylvanians.LafayetteandWayneretreateduptheJamesRiver,andCornwallispursuedhismarchtoPortsmouth.TherehereceivedanorderfromSirHenryClinton,desiringhimtolookoutforapositionwherehecouldfortifyhimself,andatthesametimeprotectsuchshippingasmightbesenttotheChesapeaketopreventtheentranceoftheFrench.CornwallisfixedonYorkTown,onYorkRiver,andthere,andatGloucester,initsvicinity,hewassettledwithhistroopsbythe22ndofAugust.SirHenryClintonwrote,intimatingthatheshouldprobablysendmoretroopstotheChesapeake,astherewasaprobabilitythatWashingtonandRochambeau,givinguptheattackofNewYork,wouldmakeauniteddescentonYorkTown.WayneandLafayettewerealreadycontinuallyincreasingtheirforcesaboveYorkTown;butanysuchreinforcementsbySirHenrywerepreventedbytheentranceoftheComtedeGrasse,withtwenty-eightsailofthelineandseveralfrigates,intotheChesapeake,havingonboardthreethousandtwohundredtroops,whichhehadbroughtfromtheWestIndies.Thesetroopshelanded,andsent,undertheMarquisdeStSimon,tojoinLafayette,muchtohisdelight.

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