周汉民:用确定的制度性安排 应对不确定的世界变化

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IRISHPRISONERSLIBERATEDDURINGLORDMULGRAVE'SPROGRESS.(Seep.396.)

"Suchmodificationtoincludetheadmission,atanominalduty,ofIndiancornandofBritishcolonialcorn."AfteravisittoParis,Dumouriezarrivedat[407]Valenciennesonthe27thofOctober,andpreparedtofollowtheAustriancommander,Saxe-Teschen,whohadbeeninvainbombardingLille.Onthe5thofNovemberheovertookSaxe-TeschenatJemappes.TheAustrianswerestronglyposted,butwereonlyaboutfifteenthousandmenopposedtothesixtythousandFrench;yettheymadeavigorousresistance.Thebattleragedfromearlyinthemorningtilltwointheafternoon,whentheAustriansgaveway.Theyretired,however,ingoodorder;andDumouriez,whohadledhisforcesintothefieldsingingtheMarseillaisehymn,didnotmakemuchpursuit.Upwardsoftwothousandmenaresaidtohavefallenoneachside.ThebattleplacedallFlandersatthemercyoftheFrench;TournayopeneditsgatestoLabourdonnais,andCourtrai,Menin,andBrugessentdeputiestowelcomeDumouriez.Othertownsrapidlyfollowedtheirexample.ThecountryhadbeenalreadyJacobinised,andnowfancieditwasgoingtoenjoylibertyandequalityinalliancewiththeFrench.Thepeopleweresoonundeceived.TheFrenchhadnointentionofanythingbut,underthosepretences,ofsubduingandpreyingonthesurroundingnations.FlandershadspeedyproofsofwhateverycountrywheretheFrenchcamehadtoexpect.JacobinCommissionersarrivedfromtheConventiontolevycontributionsforthemaintenanceofthearmy,asiftheywereaconqueredpeople.DumouriezissuedanorderonenteringMonsfortheclergytoadvanceoneyear'sincomeforthesamepurpose.Saxe-TeschenandoldMarshalBenderevacuatedBrussels,andonthe14thDumouriezenteredandtookuphisheadquartersthere.Hetheremadeheavyforcedloans,andsoonafterarrivedwhatwasstyledaCommitteeofPurchasesfromParis,headedbyBidermann,thebanker,andpartnerofClavière,MinisterofFinance.ThisCommittee,onwhichwereseveralJews,madeallthebargainsforthearmy,andpaidforthem—notingoldbutintheworthlessassignatsofFrance.TheBelgiansremonstratedandresisted,butinvain.DumouriezadvancedtoMechlin,havingdispatchedLabourdonnaistolaysiegetoAntwerpandValence,andtoreduceNamur.AtMechlinhefoundagreatstoreofarmsandammunition,whichenabledhimtoequipwholeflocksofvolunteerswhocameafterhimfromFrance.Onthe22nd,atTirlemont,heagainovertookSaxe-Teschen,whomadeanotherstoutresistance,andthenretiredtoLiége,wheretheAustriansmadeanotherstandonthe27th.Theywererepulsed,butwithheavylossonbothsides;andsoonafterwards,AntwerpandValencehavingsurrendered,alltheAustrianNetherlands,exceptLuxembourg,wereinthehandsofFrancewithinasinglemonth.DumouriezsentforwardMiranda,aPeruvian,whohadsupersededLabourdonnaisatAntwerp,toreduceRoermond,andtoenterHollandbytheseizureofMaestricht;buttheConventionwerenotyetpreparedforthisinvasionofHolland,andDumouriezpushedontoAix-la-Chapelle,whereheagaindefeatedtheAustriansonthe7thofDecember,andlevyingheavycontributionsthere,tookuphiswinterquartersintheancientcityofCharlemagne,andwithinlittlemorethanaday'smarchoftheRhine.

AfteravisittoParis,Dumouriezarrivedat[407]Valenciennesonthe27thofOctober,andpreparedtofollowtheAustriancommander,Saxe-Teschen,whohadbeeninvainbombardingLille.Onthe5thofNovemberheovertookSaxe-TeschenatJemappes.TheAustrianswerestronglyposted,butwereonlyaboutfifteenthousandmenopposedtothesixtythousandFrench;yettheymadeavigorousresistance.Thebattleragedfromearlyinthemorningtilltwointheafternoon,whentheAustriansgaveway.Theyretired,however,ingoodorder;andDumouriez,whohadledhisforcesintothefieldsingingtheMarseillaisehymn,didnotmakemuchpursuit.Upwardsoftwothousandmenaresaidtohavefallenoneachside.ThebattleplacedallFlandersatthemercyoftheFrench;TournayopeneditsgatestoLabourdonnais,andCourtrai,Menin,andBrugessentdeputiestowelcomeDumouriez.Othertownsrapidlyfollowedtheirexample.ThecountryhadbeenalreadyJacobinised,andnowfancieditwasgoingtoenjoylibertyandequalityinalliancewiththeFrench.Thepeopleweresoonundeceived.TheFrenchhadnointentionofanythingbut,underthosepretences,ofsubduingandpreyingonthesurroundingnations.FlandershadspeedyproofsofwhateverycountrywheretheFrenchcamehadtoexpect.JacobinCommissionersarrivedfromtheConventiontolevycontributionsforthemaintenanceofthearmy,asiftheywereaconqueredpeople.DumouriezissuedanorderonenteringMonsfortheclergytoadvanceoneyear'sincomeforthesamepurpose.Saxe-TeschenandoldMarshalBenderevacuatedBrussels,andonthe14thDumouriezenteredandtookuphisheadquartersthere.Hetheremadeheavyforcedloans,andsoonafterarrivedwhatwasstyledaCommitteeofPurchasesfromParis,headedbyBidermann,thebanker,andpartnerofClavière,MinisterofFinance.ThisCommittee,onwhichwereseveralJews,madeallthebargainsforthearmy,andpaidforthem—notingoldbutintheworthlessassignatsofFrance.TheBelgiansremonstratedandresisted,butinvain.DumouriezadvancedtoMechlin,havingdispatchedLabourdonnaistolaysiegetoAntwerpandValence,andtoreduceNamur.AtMechlinhefoundagreatstoreofarmsandammunition,whichenabledhimtoequipwholeflocksofvolunteerswhocameafterhimfromFrance.Onthe22nd,atTirlemont,heagainovertookSaxe-Teschen,whomadeanotherstoutresistance,andthenretiredtoLiége,wheretheAustriansmadeanotherstandonthe27th.Theywererepulsed,butwithheavylossonbothsides;andsoonafterwards,AntwerpandValencehavingsurrendered,alltheAustrianNetherlands,exceptLuxembourg,wereinthehandsofFrancewithinasinglemonth.DumouriezsentforwardMiranda,aPeruvian,whohadsupersededLabourdonnaisatAntwerp,toreduceRoermond,andtoenterHollandbytheseizureofMaestricht;buttheConventionwerenotyetpreparedforthisinvasionofHolland,andDumouriezpushedontoAix-la-Chapelle,whereheagaindefeatedtheAustriansonthe7thofDecember,andlevyingheavycontributionsthere,tookuphiswinterquartersintheancientcityofCharlemagne,andwithinlittlemorethanaday'smarchoftheRhine.

Thenewsofhisliberationwascarriedthatnightbythemailcoachesoverallpartsofthecountry,andproducedextraordinaryexcitementthroughoutthesouthandwest,particularlyinCork,whichMr.O'Connellthenrepresented.Therethewholepopulationseemstohaveturnedout,someofthestreetsbeingsopackedthatitwasimpossibletogetalong.Processionsweresoonformed,withbandsofmusic,andgreenboughs.Eventhelittlechildrenwerefurnishedwiththeemblemsofvictory.Alongthecountryroads,too,aswellasinthetownsandvillages,everylittlecabinhaditsgreenboughsstuckup,anditsgroupofinhabitantsshoutingfor"theLiberator."Atnight,inthetowns,everyhousewasilluminated,whilebonfiresblazedonthemountains,andthehorizonseemedonfireineverydirection.OnthefollowingSundaytheliberationoftheprisonerswascelebratedintheMetropolitanChurch,Dublin.ArchbishopMurraysatwithhismitreon,andinhisgrandestrobes,onanelevatedthrone,withcrimsoncanopy.Ontheoppositeside,beneaththepulpit,werechairsofstate,onwhichsatO'Connellandtherestofthe"Repealmartyrs."ATeDeumwassungforthedeliveranceoftheliberatorofhiscountry;asermonwaspreachedbyO'Connell'sdevotedfriendandchaplain,theRev.Dr.Miley,whoascribedtheliberation,nottothelawlords,buttotheVirginMary.

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Thechiefdifficultywastheking.AtthecommencementofthemonthofJanuary,1829,hisMajestyhadnotyetsignifiedhisconsentthatthewholesubjectofIreland,includingtheCatholicquestion,shouldbetakenintoconsiderationbyhisconfidentialservants.InhisinterviewwiththeDukeofWellingtoninthecourseoftheautumnthekinghadmanifestedmuchuneasinessandirritation,andhadhithertoshownnodispositiontorelaxtheoppositionwhich(oflateyears,atleast)hehadmanifestedtotheconsiderationbyhisGovernmentoftheclaimsoftheRomanCatholics.InallthecommunicationswhichMr.Peelhadwiththekingonthissubject,hisdeterminationtomaintaintheexistinglawswasmoststronglyexpressed.InNovember,1824,thekingwrote,"ThesentimentsofthekinguponCatholicEmancipationarethoseofhisreveredandexcellentfather;andfromthesesentimentsthekingnevercan,andneverwill,deviate."Allsubsequentdeclarationsofopiniononhispartweretothesameeffect;andtheeventswhichwerepassinginIreland,"thesystematicagitation,theintemperateconductofsome[293]oftheRomanCatholicleaders,theviolentandabusivespeechesofothers,theactsoftheAssociation,assumingthefunctionsofgovernment,and,asitappearedtotheking,thepassivenessandwantofenergyintheIrishexecutive,irritatedhisMajesty,andindisposedhimthemoretorecedefromhisdeclaredresolutiontomaintaininviolatetheexistinglaw."

Buttheseassumptionsofnewterritoriesandnewhonourshad,aswehaveseen,alarmedtheNorthernPowersandAustria.Theysawthattheycouldhavenopeacewithsuchaman,exceptitwereapeaceofcontinualencroachment,humiliation,andslavery,andRussiawentsofarastorecallherAmbassador,thoughwithoutadeclarationofwar.[504]Therewastheutmostnecessityforunion,caution,andtheexertionofeveryability.Butthefollyandincapacityofthosenationsappearedtoriseinintensityinproportiontotheactualneedofwisdom,andtothegeniusoftheirenemy.Britain,couldgivethemmoney,butshecouldnotgivethemtalentandsagacity.BeforeRussiacouldmarchdowntounitewithAustria,Austria,whichhadsolonghungback,andthusdelayedtheoperationsofAlexander,nowshowedasfatalatemerity,andcommencedthecampaignalone.SherushedintoBavaria,whoseElector,MaximilianJoseph,hadenteredintoleaguewithBuonaparte,incommonwithWürtembergandotherGermanStates.TheEmperorFrancishaddespatchedSchwarzenbergtoMunich,toendeavourtoprevailonhimtounitewithAustriaagainstthecommonenemyofGermany.MaximilianJosephpleadedthathewasquiteresolvedondoingthat,butthathissonwastravellinginFrance,andheprayedtimetorecallhim,orBuonapartewouldwreakhisvengeanceuponhim.ThisshouldhaveinducedFrancisofAustriatodelayatleastasufficienttimeforthispurpose,especiallyasitgaveanotherchanceforthedecisionofPrussiaintheirfavour,whenitsawtheRussiansalreadyonthemarch.WhethertheElectorofBavariawouldeventuallyhavekepthispromiseisdoubtful,forNapoleonwas,ontheotherhand,pressinghimclose,throughhisAmbassador,M.Otto,toproclaimopenlythesecretallianceconcludedwithFrance.

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  • 雨花郡主RuwxH

    TheConventionproceededtodebatethequestionofLouis'strial.Onthe6thofNovemberValazé,aGirondist,presentedtoitthereportoftheCommitteeofTwenty-Four.ThisreportchargedLouisCapetwithhightreasonagainstthenation,anddeclaredthathispunishmentoughttobemorethansimpledeposition.ThenextdayMailhé,anotherGirondist,presentedthereportoftheCommitteeofLegislation,andaccompanieditbyaspeech,inwhichheaccusedLouisofallthecrimeswhichhadbeencommittedduringtheRevolution,andrecommendedthetrialofCharlesI.asthemodelforhistrial.Thequeen,hesaid,oughttobetriedbyanordinarytribunal,observingthattheheadsofqueenswerenomoreinviolablethanotherwomen'sheads.ThiswasasplainlyintimatingthewishesoftheGirondistsfortheexecutionofthekingandqueenasanyJacobinscoulddo.Infact,socompletelydidhisremarkscoincidewiththeviewsoftheJacobins,thathewasapplaudedbyJacobins,Girondists,andPlain.ItwasvotedthatthereportshouldbeprintedandcirculatedthroughtheDepartments;thatacommitteeshouldbeappointedtocollectthenecessarypapersandotherevidence;thattheseshouldbesubmittedtoLouis,orhiscounsel;thattheConventionshouldfixthedayoftrial,andshouldpronouncesentencebyeverymembervotingseparately,andaloud.ItwasdecreedthatLouisshouldbebroughttothebaroftheConventiononthe26thofDecember.Theking'sdemandtobeallowedcounselhavingbeenconceded,hebegantopreparehisdefence.Intheafternoonofthe16th,fourcommissioners,whohadbeenmembersoftheCommitteeofTwenty-Four,appeared,andpresentedhimwithacopyofhisimpeachment,andalsosubmittedtohimanumberofpapersthatweretobeproducedagainsthim.Athalf-pastnineinthemorningofthe26thallPariswasagainunderarms,andChambon,themayor,appearedattheTemple,attendedbySanterrewithastrongforce.Louiswasconductedtothemayor'scarriage,andwasthusguardedtotheFeuillants,theHouseoftheConvention.

     

  • 雪灵芝Mx2zv

    Theruinousexpenditureofthewar,andthecontinualdifficultiesintowhichtheCivilListhadfallen,nowrousedthroughoutthecountryastrongdemandforeconomicalreform.TheDukeofRichmondintroducedthesubjectintotheUpperHousebymoving,onthe7thofDecember,thatanAddressbeconveyedtohisMajestyrepresentingthedistressofthecountry,theheavydemandsuponitforthecomplicatedwar,andrecommendingareductionofalluselessexpenses;italsosetoutthatprofusion,sofarfrombeingstrength,wasweakness;thatitbehovedallclassesofofficialstoconsenttoacurtailmentofthelavishsalaries;andthatitwouldbeanobleexampleintheCrowntotakethelead,whichcouldnotfailofenhancingtheloveofthepeople,anddiffusinganexcellentinfluencethroughouteverydepartmentoftheState.Hisgracerepresentedthatthevastmilitaryestablishmentbyseaandlandcouldnotincludelessthanthreehundredthousandmen;that,sincethebeginningoftheAmericanwartheexpenditurehadaddedsixty-threemillionsofpoundstotheDebt,anditsinterest,eightmillions,toourannualpayments.TheinterestoftheDebthadnowbecomeofitselfequaltothewholeofourexpenditureinyearsofpeacebefore.Helaidmuchstressonthebeliefthattheexampleofthekingwouldinduceallordersofmentomakeequalsacrificestotheneedsoftheircountry.Richmonddeclaredthathehadnowishtocurtailthepensionsofthosewhohadwastedtheirfortunesintheserviceoftheircountry,asthePelhams,fortheDukeofNewcastlewassaidtohavesunkfivehundredthousandpoundsduringtheyearsthathesofondlyadheredtooffice.HegavetheMinistersandthearistocracycreditforadisinterestednesswhichtheydidnotpossess.Theyadmittedthevastnessoftheexpenditure,andthattherewaswastefulness,andthattheyweredesirousofeconomy;buttheycouldnotbelievethatanyreductionoftheCivilListwouldbesensiblyfelt,whilstitwouldreflectdishonouronthecountry,asifitwereincapableofmaintainingtheCrowninduecredit.LordChancellorThurlowaffectednottobelieveinthedistress,orthatanycaseofpublicextravagancehadbeenmadeout.TheDukeofRichmond'smotionwasnegativedbyseventy-sevenvotesagainstthirty-six.

  • 如萱紫儿YWJaZ

    Theweatherwassounpropitiouswhentheroyalsquadroncastanchoronthe14th,thatitwasfoundnecessarytodeferthelandinguntilthe15th.TheofficersoftheHouseholdandoftheState,insplendiduniformsandappropriateinsignia,awaitedtheking'slanding.Heworethefull-dressuniformofanadmiral,withSt.Andrew'scrossandalargethistleinhisgold-lacedhat.TheLord-LieutenantofMidlothianandtheLordChamberlainreceivedhisMajestyonshore,whiletheseniormagistratecongratulatedhimonhisarrivalonScottishground.Thecavalry,theHighlandinfantry,andtheGentlemenArchersoftheRoyalGuardssalutedhim.TheUsheroftheWhiteRodsenthisheraldtogivethreeknocksatthecitygate,theLordProvostofEdinburghgoingthroughthesamemedi?valformsastheLordMayorofDublin.Theknocking,afterproperdelay,wasanswered,thekeysweredeliveredandreturned,andthekingwasadmittedintohisancientcapitalwithenthusiasticacclamations.Theroyalcortègewaspeculiarlyinterestingfromthevarietyofcostumesadopted.Thekingdeclaredthatthebeautyofthescenery,thesplendourofthedisplay,andtheenthusiasmofhiswelcomeaffectedhimmorethananythinginthewholecourseofhislife.Thepeople,intheirturn,weredelightedbeyondmeasurewiththecondescensionandaffabilityoftheirSovereign.HetookuphisresidenceduringhisstayatDalkeithPalace,astheguestoftheDukeofBuccleuch.ThefollowingdayheheldaleveeinthepalaceofHolyrood,restoredfortheoccasiontoitsformersplendour,sofarasupholsterycouldaccomplishtherenovation.ThekingonthisoccasionworetheHighlandcostume,selectingforhisdressthetartanoftheStewarts.OnthenextdaythreethousandpersonspaidtheirrespectstohisMajestyatacourtheldinthesameplace.Hereceivedhisvisitorsinafield-marshal'suniform.HecompletelywontheheartsoftheScottishladies,dancingwiththeyoungandgailychattingwiththeold.AmagnificentfêtewasgivenbytheLordProvostintheParliamentHouse,SirWalterScottofficiatingascroupier.Whentheking'shealthhadbeendrunk,hisMajestystoodupandsaid,"IamquiteunabletoexpressmysenseofthegratitudewhichIoweto[228]thepeopleofthiscountry.ButIbegtoassurethemthatIshalleverremember,asoneoftheproudestmomentsofmylife,thedayIcameamongthem,andthegratifyingreceptiontheygaveme.Ireturnyou,myLordProvost,mylordsandgentlemen,mywarmestthanksforyourattentionthisday,andIcanassureyou—withtruth,withearnestnessandsincerity—thatIshallneverforgetyourdutifulattentiontomeuponmyvisittoScotland,andparticularlythepleasureIhavederivedfromdininginyourhallthisday."("GodsavetheKing"andimmensecheeringfollowed.)Hecontinued:"Itakethisopportunity,mylordsandgentlemen,ofproposingthehealthoftheLordProvost,SirWilliamArbuthnot,Baronet,andtheCorporationofEdinburgh."WhenthekingnamedtheLordProvostbythetitlehehadconferreduponhim,themagistrateknelt,andkissedhishand,whichwasheldoutatthemoment,andtheincidentwasloudlyapplaudedbythecompany.Thekingafterwardsgaveasatoast,"Healthtothechieftainsandclans,andGodAlmightyblessthe'Lando'Cakes!'"Headded,"Drinkthiswiththreetimesthree!"Thedelightofthecompanyindrinkingthistoastmaywellbeimagined.

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     Tothisprolificreignbelongsalsothediscoveryofcoal-gas.In1792WilliamMurdoch,anengineer,lightedhisownhousewithitinRedruth,inCornwall.ThesamegentlemanilluminatedtheSohoWorksofMessrs.BoultonandWattwithitatthePeaceofAmiens,in1802;andintheyear1804someofthecottonmillsinManchesterbegantouseit.In1807itwasusedinGoldenLane,inLondon;in1809Mr.Winsor,aGerman,litupPallMallwithit;andin1813thefirstcharteredgascompanywasestablishedinLondon,andgassoonspreadthroughallthelargetowns.

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  • 草莓果aIItg

    D'Estaing,whoexpectedtohavetakentheplacewithlittletrouble,greatlyalarmedlesttheEnglishshouldseizemostoftheFrenchWestIndianislandsinhisabsence,urgedanassaultcontrarytothewishesofLincoln,andthiswasmadeonthe9thofOctober.Theforces,fivethousandeighthundredinnumber,wereledonintwocolumns,buttheywerereceivedbysucharakingfirefromwallsandredoubts,andfromthebrigflankingtherightoftheBritishlines,thattheywerethrownbackinconfusion;andbeforeD'EstaingandLincolncouldrestoreorder,ColonelMaitlandmadeageneralsortiewithfixedbayonets,andthewholeattackingforcefledinutterrout.D'Estaingwouldnowremainnolonger,butre-embarkedhisforces,andsailedaway,totheunspeakablechagrinoftheAmericans,whoretreatedinallhaste,thegreaterpartofthemilitiabreakingupandreturninghome.

     GeorgeII.wasbornin1683,andwas,consequently,inhisforty-fourthyearwhenheascendedthethrone.In1705hemarriedthePrincessCarolineWilhelminaofAnspach,whowasbornintheyearbeforehimself,bywhomhehadnowfourchildren—FrederickPrinceofWales,bornin1707,WilliamDukeofCumberland,bornin1721,andtwodaughters.

  • 绿卡纸bDbRV

     EarlyinFebruaryhecommencedhisoperations,andcarriedthemforwardwithavigourmostextraordinary.HedroveSoultfromallhisentrenchmentsbeforeBayonne,andagainonthe27thheroutedhimatOrthezandpursuedhimtothebanksoftheAdour.Thiswasasharplycontestedfield,theBritishhavingnearlythreehundredkilledandtwothousandwounded;butthelossoftheFrenchwasfarheavier,fortheyflungdowntheirarmsandran,andtherewasagreatslaughterofthefugitives.ThetownsofBayonneandBordeauxbeingnowleftuncoveredbytheFrench,Wellingtonsentbodiesoftroopstoinvestthem.BordeauxopeneditsgatesonMarch8th,andproclaimedLouisXVIII.LordWellingtonhadissuedordersthattheBritishshouldtakenopartinanypoliticaldemonstrations,butshouldleaveallsuchdecisionstotheAllies,whowouldsettlebytreatywhatdynastyshouldreign.HehimselffollowedSoulttoTarbes,whereheexpectedthathewouldgivebattle;butSoultwasanxiousforthearrivalandjunctionofSuchet,whowasadvancingfromSpainwithupwardsoftwentythousandmen.Soult,therefore,retreatedtoToulouse,whichhereachedonthe24thofMarch.

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