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“分分彩安全玩法”Allbeingready,onthe6thofJanuaryWellingtonsuddenlypushedforwardtoGallegos,and[26]onthe8thinvestedCiudadRodrigo.NothingcouldbemoreunexpectedbyMarshalMarmont,whohadneversuspectedanyattackinwinter,andhadplacedhisarmyincantonments,andhad,moreover,sentseveraldivisionstodistantpoints.OntheveryfirsteveningWellingtonstormedanexternalredoubtcalledtheGreatTeson,andestablishedhisfirstparallel.Onthe13thhealsocarriedtheconventofSantaCruz,andonthe14ththatofSanFrancisco.Hethenestablishedhissecondparallel,andplantedfreshbatteries.Onthe19thhemadetwobreaches,and,hearingthatMarmontwasadvancinghastilytothereliefoftheplace,hedeterminedtostormatonce,thoughitwouldbeatamoreseriousexposureoflife.Theassaultwasrapidandsuccessful,buttheslaughteronbothsideswasverysevere.Athousandkilledandwoundedwerereckonedoneachside,andonethousandsevenhundredprisonersweretakenbytheBritish.WhatmadetheBritishlosstheheavierwasthatGeneralMackinnonandmanyofhisbrigadewerekilledbytheexplosionofapowdermagazineonthewalls.GeneralCraufurdoftheLightDivision,waskilled,andGeneralVandeleur,ColonelColborne,andMajorNapierwerewounded.MuchammunitionandabatteringtrainwerefoundinCiudadRodrigo.Marmontwasastoundedatthefalloftheplace.TheSpanishCortes,whohadbeensocontinuallyhamperingandcriticisingWellington,nowcreatedhimDukeofCiudadRodrigo.Hewasalso,inEngland,advancedtothedignityofanearl,andanannuityoftwothousandpoundswasvotedhimbyParliament.

ThecalculationsofnopoliticalpartyhadeverbeenmorecompletelyfalsifiedthanthoseoftheJacobitesandtheircongenerstheToriesonthedeathofthequeen.TheyhadreliedonthefactthattheHouseofHanoverwasregardedwithdislikeassuccessorstothethroneofEnglandbyalltheCatholicPowersofEurope,onaccountoftheirProtestantism,andmanyoftheProtestantPowersfromjealousy;andreckonedthat,whilstFrancewouldbedisposedtosupporttheclaimsofthePretender,therewerenoContinentalcountrieswhichwouldsupportthoseofHanover,exceptHollandandthenewkingdomofPrussia,neitherofwhichgavethemmuchalarm.PrussiawasbutaminorPower,notcapableoffurnishingmuchaidtoacontestinEngland.Hollandhadbeentoomuchexhaustedbyalongwartobewillingtoengageinanother,exceptforacausewhichvitallyconcerneditself.InEngland,theToriesbeinginpower,andBolingbrokeearnestintheinterestofthePretender,theDukeofOrmondeattheheadofthearmy,thereappearedtothemindsoftheJacobitesnothingtofearbutthetooearlydemiseofthequeen,whichmightfindtheirplansyetunmatured.Tothisthey,infact,attributedtheirfailure;butwemayveryconfidentlyassertthat,evenhadAnnelivedaslongastheydesiredher,therewasoneelementomittedintheircalculationswhichwouldhaveoverthrownalltheirattempts—theinvincibleantipathytoPoperyintheheartofthenation,whichthesteadfasttemperofthePretendershowedmustinevitablycomebackwithhimtorenewalltheoldstruggles.Theeventofthequeen'sdeathdiscovered,too,thecomparativeweaknessoftheToryfaction,thestrengthandactivityoftheWhigs.Thekingshowingnohastetoarrive,gaveampleopportunitytotheJacobites—hadtheybeeninanydegreeprepared,astheyoughttohavebeen,aftersomanyyears,forthisgreatcrisis—tointroducethePretenderandrallyroundhisstandard.ButwhilstGeorgeI.lingered,noStuartappeared;andtheWhigshadtakensuchcarefulandenergeticprecautions,thatwithouthimeveryattemptmustonlyhavebroughtdestructiononthemovers.ThemeasuresofShrewsburywerecomplete.ThewaybyseawassecuredfortheProtestantking,andtheRegencyActprovidedforthesecurityofeverydepartmentofGovernmentathome.

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AnarmisticewasarrangedwithPiedmont,whichlastedthroughouttheautumnandwinter.TheeventsatRomeandtheflightofthePopehadmeanwhilegreatlyalteredthepositionoftheItalianquestion;andtherevolutionaryspiritwassostrongthatCharlesAlbertfounditimpossibletoresistthedemandofhispeopleforarenewalofhostilities."Imustrestorewar,"hesaid,"orabdicatethecrownandseearepublicestablished."HeopenedhisParliamentinpersononthe1stofJanuary,1849,whenhedeliveredalengthyspeech,inwhichhefullyexpoundedhispolicy.Heinvitedthenationtoco-operateinthegreatstrugglewhichwasimpending.InJanuary,theSardinianPrimeMinister,M.Gioberti,addressedaprotesttotheforeignPowers,inwhichhestatedthatthoughthesuspensionofhostilitiesagreedtoonthe5thofAugust,1848,wasproductiveoffatalpoliticalconsequences,Sardiniahadfaithfullyobservedtheagreement,whileAustriahaddisregardedherpromises,andexhibitednothingbutbadfaith.Shehadpursuedaniniquitoussystemofspoliation.UnderthenameofextraordinarywarcontributionsherfleetseizedItalianvesselsnavigatingtheAdriatic.Shehadputtodeathpersonswhosesafetywasguaranteedbythelawofnations.Shehadviolatedthemostsacredcompactsinamannerunparalleledintheannalsofcivilisednations.Gioberti,however,whowasobnoxioustotherepublicanparty,wascompelledtoresign.Onthe24thofFebruarythenewMinistry[586]issuedaprogrammeofitspolicy,andonthe14thofMarchM.Ratazzi,MinisteroftheInterior,announcedtotheChamberofDeputiestheexpirationofthearmistice,declaringthatnohonourablepeacewithAustriacouldbeexpectedunlesswonbyarms.Warwould,ofcourse,haveitsperils;butbetweenthoseperilsandtheshameofanignominiouspeace,whichwouldnotinsureItalianindependence,theking'sGovernmentcouldnothesitate.Consequently,hestatedthat,twodaysbefore,aspecialmessengerhadbeensenttoRadetzky,announcingtheterminationofthearmistice.HewasperhapsjustifiedbythedeclarationoftheAustrianenvoytoLondon,CountColloredo,thatAustriawouldnotenterintoanysortofconferenceunlessshewasassuredthatnocessionofterritorywouldberequired.Theking,meanwhile,hadjoinedthearmyasageneralofficer,commandingthebrigadeinSavoy.Thenominalstrengthofhisarmyatthattimewas135,000men;butthemuster-rollonthe20thofMarchshowedonlyabout84,000effectivetroops,including5,000cavalry,with150guns.Radetzkyhadunderhiscommandanarmyequalinnumber,butfarsuperiorinequipmentanddiscipline.HeatoncebrokeCharlesAlbert'slines;drovehimtoretreatuponNovara,whereheutterlydefeatedhim.Abdicationonlyremainedfortheking,andhisson,VictorEmmanuel,concludedpeaceontermsdictatedbyAustria.TheKingofSardiniawastodisbandtenmilitarycorpscomposedofHungarians,Poles,andLombards.TwentythousandAustriantroopsweretooccupytheterritorybetweenthePo,theTicino,andtheSesia,andtoformonehalfofthegarrisonofAlessandria,consistingof6,000men,amixedmilitarycommitteetoprovideforthemaintenanceoftheAustriantroops.TheSardiniansweretoevacuatetheduchiesofModena,Piacenza,andTuscany.ThePiedmonteseinVeniceweretoreturnhome,andtheSardinianfleet,withallthesteamers,wastoquittheAdriatic.Inadditiontothesestipulations,SardiniawastoindemnifyAustriaforthewholecostofthewar.ThesetermswereacceptedwithgreatreluctancebythePiedmonteseGovernment,andwithevenmorereluctancebytheGenoese,whorevolted,andhadtobesuppressedbytheroyaltroops.TheQueenreachedthewesternentranceofWestminsterAbbeyathalf-pasteleveno'clock,andwastheremetbythegreatofficersofState,thenoblemenbearingtheregalia,andthebishopscarryingthepaten,thechalice,andtheBible.ThearrangementsintheinterioroftheAbbeywerenearlythesameasatthepreviouscoronation,butthedecorationswereinbettertaste.Gallerieshadbeenerectedfortheaccommodationofspectators,towhichabout1,000personswereadmitted.TherewasalsoagalleryforthemembersoftheHouseofCommons,andanotherforforeignambassadors.Soonaftertwelveo'clockthegrandprocessionbegantoenterthechoir,intheorderobservedonformeroccasions.TheQueenwasreceivedwiththemostheartyplaudits[452]fromallpartsofthebuilding,andwhenshewasproclaimedintheformula—"Sirs,IherepresentuntoyouQueenVictoria—theundoubtedQueenofthisrealm.Wherefore,allyouwhoarecomethisdaytodoyourhomage,areyouwillingtodothesame?"—therewasaloudanduniversalburstofcheering,withcriesof"GodsavetheQueen."WhenthecrownwasplacedonherMajesty'sheadtherewasagainanenthusiasticcryof"GodsavetheQueen,"accompaniedbythewavingofhatsandhandkerchiefs.Atthismomentthepeersandpeeressesputontheircoronets,thebishopstheircaps,andthekings-of-armstheircrowns,thetrumpetssounding,thedrumsbeating,theTowerandparkgunsfiringbysignal.TheDukesofCambridgeandSussexremovingtheircoronets,didhomageinthesewords:—"Idobecomeyourliegemanoflifeandlimb,andofearthlyworshipandfaithandtruthIwillbearuntoyoutoliveanddieagainstallmanneroffolk,sohelpmeGod."TheytouchedthecrownontheQueen'shead,kissedherleftcheek,andthenretired.ItwasobservedthatherMajesty'sbearingtowardsheruncleswasveryaffectionate.Thedukesandotherpeersthenperformedtheirhomage,theseniorofeachrankpronouncingthewords.Astheyretired,eachpeerkissedherMajesty'shand.TheDukeofWellington,EarlGrey,andLordMelbournewereloudlycheeredastheyascendedthestepstothethrone.LordRolle,whowasupwardsofeighty,stumbledandfellonthesteps.TheQueenimmediatelysteppedforward,andheldoutherhandtoassisttheagedpeer.Thistouchingincidentcalledforththeloudlyexpressedadmirationoftheentireassembly.Whiletheceremonyofdoinghomagewasbeingperformed,theEarlofSurrey,TreasureroftheHousehold,wasscatteringsilvermedalsofthecoronationaboutthechoirandthelowergalleries,whichwerescrambledforwithgreateagerness.Theceremonialsdidnotconcludetillpastfouro'clock.

ButtheAllieshadonlyfallenbackbehindtheElbe,andtakenupastrongpositionatBautzen,ontheSpree,abouttwelveleaguesfromDresden,whilstanarmyunderBülowcoveredBerlin.NosoonerdidtheAlliesfallbacktotherightbankoftheElbethanDavoustattackedHamburgonthe9thofMaywithfivethousandmen,andvowedvengeanceonthecityforhavingadmittedtheAllies.TotheirsurprisethecitizensfoundthemselvesdefendedbyabodyofDanes,fromAltona,whowerethealliesofFrance,buthadbeenjustthenthinkingofabandoningNapoleon.ButthefateofthebattleofLützenchangedtheirviews,andtheyretiredintheeveningofthatday,leavingHamburgtotheattacksoftheFrench.Bernadotte,nothavingreceivedthepromisedreinforcements,didnotventuretocoverHamburg.Davoustenteredtheplacelikeadevil.Heshottwelveoftheprincipalcitizens,anddrovetwenty-fivethousandoftheinhabitantsoutofthecity,pulleddowntheirhouses,compellingthemostdistinguishedmenofthetowntoworkatthisdemolitionandatraisingthematerialsintofortifications.ThepeoplehadlongbeensubjectedbytheFrenchtoeverypossiblekindofpillageandindignity;nowomen,howeverdistinguished,hadbeenallowedtopassthegatewithoutbeingsubjectedtothemostindecentexaminations.ButnowthefuryoftheFrenchcommanderpassedallbounds.Heleviedacontributionofeighteenmillionsofdollars:andnotsatisfiedwiththat,herobbedthegreatHamburgbank,anddeclaredallhisdoingstobebyordersoftheEmperor.

Onthe18thofFebruary,ColonelFitzpatrick,Fox'smostintimatefriend,presentedanotherpetitionfromtheelectorsofWestminster,prayingtobeheardbycounsel,inconsequenceofnewfactshavingcometolight,butLordFrederickCampbell,onthepartofGovernment,movedthatsuchcounselshouldnotargueagainstthelegalityofthescrutiny.Thecounsel,onbeingadmitted,refusedtopleadundersuchrestrictions.TheHousethencalledinthehighbailiff,anddemandedwhatthenewfactswereonwhichthepetitionwasbased,andheadmittedthattheywere,thatthepartyofMr.FoxhadofferedtotakethescrutinyintheparishesofSt.Margaret'sandSt.John'salone,whereMr.Fox'sinterestwastheweakest,inordertobringthescrutinytoanend,andthatSirCecilWrayhaddeclinedtheoffer.ColonelFitzpatrickthenmovedthatthehighbailiffshouldbedirectedtomakeareturn,accordingtothelistsonthecloseofthepollonthe17thofMaylast.Thismotionwaslost,butonlybyamajorityofnine,showingthattheopinionoftheHousewasfastrunningagainstthenewMinister,andonthe3rdofMarchAldermanSawbridgeputthesamequestionagain,whenitwascarriedbyamajorityofthirty-eight.ItwasclearthattheGovernmentpressurecouldbecarriednofurther.Sawbridgemovedthattheoriginalmotionshouldbeput,anditwascarriedwithoutadivision.Thenextdaythereturnwasmade,andFoxandLordHoodwereseatedasthemembersforWestminster.Foximmediatelymovedthattheproceedingsonthiscaseshouldbeexpungedfromthejournals,butwithoutsuccess.Healsocommencedanactionagainstthehighbailifffornotreturninghimatthepropertime,whendulyelectedbyamajorityofvotes.Helaidhisdamagesattwohundredthousandpounds,andthetrialcameonbeforeLordLoughborough,formerlyMr.Wedderburn,inJuneofthefollowingyear,1786,whenthejurygavehimimmediatelyaverdict,butonlyfortwothousandpounds,whichhesaidshouldbedistributedamongstthecharitiesofWestminster.

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    Still,emissariescontinuedtopasstoandfro,andnotwithstandingthatthepromisedarmamenthadfailedtoreachIreland,theimpatientIrishweredeterminedtorise.InFebruary,1798,theysentappealstotheFrenchtocomeover,assuringthemthattheyhadthreehundredthousandmenbandedtoreceivethem,whoonlywantedarms;andTalleyrandsentthemwordthatafresharmamentwaspreparing.Butonthe28thofthatmonth,O'Connor,oneO'Coigley,anIrishpriest,andBurns,aleadingmemberoftheLondonCorrespondingSociety,werearrestedatMargateastheywereabouttoembarkforFrance.PapersfoundonO'Coigley,orQuigley,provedhistreason.OnewasadirectinvitationtotheFrenchtosendanarmyintoEngland,ascertaintopreventthesendingofBritishforcesintoIreland,andthustomakethedescenttheresure.Hewascondemnedandexecuted,butBurnswasacquitted,andO'Connorremandedforfreshevidence.Thatwassoonforthcoming;foroneThomasReynolds,whohadbeenthetreasurerfortheinsurgentsinhiscounty,andalsoacolonelintheintendedrevolutionaryarmy,beingpressedformoney,betrayedhisassociates.Inconsequenceoftheinformationwhichhegave,anumberoftheconspiratorswerearrestedattheirplaceofmeeting.Thefourchiefleaders,however,werenotthere,asexpected,namely,LordEdwardFitzgerald,Emmet,Sampson,andMacNevin,buttheywereafterwardssecured.LordEdwardFitzgeraldwassurprisedatoneMurphy's,153,ThomasStreet,Dublin,andmadeadesperateresistance.HeattackedMajorSwan,whopresentedthewarrant,withadagger,and,beingapowerfulman,wasveryformidable.MajorSwandischargedapistolathim,butmissed.CaptainRyan,nextentering,wasstabbedmortallybyLordEdward,andabloodystruggleensued,CaptainRyan,whowas,practicallyspeaking,unarmed,behavingwithgreatcourageandself-sacrificingheroism.MajorSirr,whohadsurroundedthehousewithsoldiers,thenrushedinandfiredatFitzgerald,andwoundedhimintheshoulder.Hewasthenoverpoweredandsecuredbythesoldiers,andconveyedfirstofalltoDublinCastleandthentoNewgate.Thistookplaceonthe19thofMay.CaptainRyandiedofhiswoundsonthe30th.LordEdwarddiedoffever,theconsequenceofhiswounds,andofmortificationatthefailureoftheenterprise(June4).

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    OnhisreturntotheVistula,Buonapartedisplayedanunusualcaution.HeseemedtofeelthathisadvanceintoPolandhadbeenpremature,whilstPrussiawasinpossessionofDantzic,whence,assoonasthethawsetin,hewasopentodangerousoperationsinhisrear,fromthearrivalofaBritisharmy.Hethereforedeterminedtohavepossessionofthatpostbeforeundertakingfurtherdesigns.TheplacewasinvestedbyGeneralLefebvre,andcapitulatedattheendofMay.Buonaparteallthistimewasmarchingupfreshtroopstofilluptheravagesmadeinhisarmy.TheRussians,afteradrawnbattlenearHeilsbergonthe10thofJune,thencrossedtheAller,andplacedthatasabarrierbetweenthemandtheFrench,inorderthattheymightavoidthearrivalofareinforcementofthirtythousandmenwhowereonthemarch.

     

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     ThenumberofRailwayActspassedduringthefirsthalfofthecenturywasmorethan1,000;andthesumswhichParliamentauthorisedthevariouscompaniestoexpendintheconstructionofrailwaysfrom1826to1849amountedtotheenormoustotalof£348,012,188,theyearlyaveragebeing£14,500,508.TheLiverpoolandManchesterCompanywasthefirstthatcontemplatedtheconveyanceofpassengers,which,however,wasregardedasasortofsubsidiarytraffic,thatmightproducesome£20,000ayear,themainreliancebeingontheconveyanceofrawcotton,manufacturedgoods,coals,andcattle.Itneednotberemarkedhowwidelytheresultdifferedfromtheiranticipation.Thereceiptsfrompassengersin1840amountedto£343,910,anditwasestimatedthatthesavingtothepubliconthatline[421]alonewasnearlyaquarterofamillionannually.Butasyetthesystemwasinitsinfancy,thoughthebroadgaugehadbeenintroducedbyBrunelin1833.

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     ButtheCzarina,thoughmistressofOczakoff,wasfarfromtheendofherdesigns.ShecontemplatednothingbutthesubjugationoftheTurkishempire.Forthispurposeshedeterminedtoexciteinsurrectioninallthetributarystatesofthatempire.HeragentshadexcitedtheMontenegrinstoanoutbreak;theyhadpreparedtheGreeksforthesameexperiment,andtheMamelukeBeysinEgypt.ShedeterminedtosendapowerfulfleetintotheMediterraneantoco-operatewiththeseinsurgents,toseizeontheislandofCrete,toravagethecoastsofThraceandAsiaMinor,andtoforcethepassageoftheDardanelles,or,ifthatwerenotpracticable,toblockadethem.ThusopeningthecommunicationbetweenherforcesintheMediterraneanandintheBlackSea,sheconsideredthatTurkeywouldliehelplessatherfeet.Togivethenecessaryascendencytoherfleet,shehadlongbeenencouragingEnglishnavalofficerstotakecommandsinit.AtthefamousbattleofChesmé,itwastheBritishAdmiralsElphinstone,Greig,andotherswhohadmadePotemkinvictorious.GreigwasnowattheheadofthefleetthatwasbeingpreparedatCronstadtforthisMediterraneanenterprise.ShehadalsomanagedtoengageeighteenBritishshipstoserveastransportsoftroops,artillery,andstores.

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    ThiswasanannouncementoftheutteroverthrowoftheRevolution,andtherestorationoftheancientconditionofFrance,withitsaristocracyanditsslaves.Thesensationwhichitproducedwasintense.Thekingwasimmediatelyaccusedofsecretlyfavouringthislanguage,thoughitwasfarfrombeingthecase.ItwasinvainthathedisavowedthesentimentsofthishaughtyandimpoliticproclamationtotheAssembly;hewasnotbelieved,andtheexasperationagainsthimwasdreadfullyaggravated.

     

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