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WhilethesethingshadbeenpassinginEngland,theRevolutioninFrancehadbeenmakinggreatstrides.TheAssembly,afteritsremovaltoParis,passedcompletelyundertheinfluenceoftheviolentJacobinClub,andtheworkofdestructionandreconstitutionproceededwithstartlingrapidity.BythedivisionofFranceintoDepartmentsalltheoldterritorialarrangementsandprovincialAssemblieswereabolished;thejudicialsystemwasre-establishedonapopularbasis,anditsdependenceontheCrownsweptaway;theChurchwasmadeadepartmentoftheState,anditsvastpropertysold,chieflybymeansofbillspayableinChurchlandsandcalledassignats.Thepositionofthekingbecamewell-nighintolerable.Therewasachance,indeed,thatMirabeaumightextricatehimfromthetoilsofhisenemies.Thatgreatman,nowreconciledtotheCourt,advisedhimtowithdrawfromthecapital,andthrowhimselfupontheconservatismofthecountrydistricts.ButthedeathofMirabeauinApril,1791,deprivedLouisofhisonlywiseadviser,andinJuneheadoptedtheill-judgedcourseofflyingfromParis,withtheobjectofmakinghiswayacrossthefrontierandjoiningtheenemiesofhiscountry.Theflightwasill-managed,theroyalfamilywerearrestedatVarennesandbroughtbackasprisonerstoParis,wheretheywereplacedunderthestrictestsurveillance.

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SaxefolloweduphisadvantagebydespatchingL?wendahlagainstBergen-op-Zoom,thekeyofHolland,andthemasterpieceofthecelebratedengineer,Cohorn.Thiswasnotonlyamazinglystronginitsfortifications,buthadapowerfulgarrison,andwascoveredbyanentrenchedcampoftwelvethousandmen.ThetrencheswereopenedinthemiddleofJuly,andmighthavedefiedalltheeffortsoftheFrench,hadnotBaronCronstrom,thecommander,amanofeighty,sufferedthemtotakeitbysurpriseonthe15thofSeptember.TheFrenchhadledavastnumberofmenbeforethisplace,anditssurrenderendedthecampaign.

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MARRIAGEOFQUEENVICTORIA.(AfterthePicturebySirGeorgeHayter.)

CRIPPLEDBUTUNCONQUERED,1805.

Meanwhiletheaspectofforeignaffairswashardlyreassuring.BritainwasatwarwithChinaandAfghanistan,andwithinmeasurabledistanceofwarwithFranceandtheUnitedStates.PostponingforthepresentourreviewofthefirstAfghanwarandthedifferenceswithAmerica,whichwillbedealtwithmoreproperlyunderthehistoryofSirRobertPeel'sMinistry,weproceedtogiveashortsketchoftheChinesewarandtheSyriancrisis.TheexclusiverightoftheEastIndiaCompanytotradewithChinaceasedonthe22ndofApril,1834,andfromthistimedatesthegreatdisputeabouttheopiumtraffic.Thefirstfree-tradeshipsailedfromEnglandonthe25thofthesamemonth.LordNapierwassentouttoChinatosuperintendBritishcommerce,andarrivedatMacaoonthe15thofJuly.Hediedsoonafterhisarrival,andwassucceededbyMr.,afterwardsSir,JohnDavis.ButtheChinesewerenotdisposedtorecognisetheauthoritywithwhichhewasvested.During1835and1836matterswentonpeaceablyunderthesuperintendenceofthesecondandthirdCommissioners,Mr.DavisandSirT.Robinson,theformerofwhomreturnedtoEngland,andthelatterwassupersededbyCaptainElliot,R.N.,whoinvainrenewedtheattempttoestablishanofficialconnectionwiththeChineseauthorities.Theopeningofthetradein1834gaveapowerfulstimulustoallkindsofsmuggling,andespeciallyinopium,theimportationofwhichintoChinawasprohibitedbytheImperialGovernment,inconsequenceofitsdeleteriousqualities.Duringthefollowingyears,however,thesupplyofthatdrugwasincreasedenormously,andthesmugglingtradewascarriedonalongthecoastsofthenorthernprovinces,indefianceofthelawsofthecountry.TheImperialGovernmentwasnaturallyindignantattheseencroachments,andbecame,moreover,seriouslyalarmed,perhapsnotsomuchforitsdemoralisingeffects,asforthecontinueddrainofspeciewhichitoccasioned.InMarch,1839,LinarrivedatCanton,asImperialHighCommissioner,toenforcethelawsinthismatter.Heimmediatelyissuedanedictrequiringthateverychestofopiumontherivershouldbedeliveredup,inordertobedestroyed;andthatbondsshouldbegivenbytradersthattheirshipsshouldneveragainbringanyopium,onpainofforfeitureofthearticleanddeathtotheimporter.LinhavingtakenstrongmeasurestocarrythisedictintoeffectbyblockadingtheBritishmerchants,CaptainElliotproceededtoCanton,andissuedacircularlettertohiscountrymen,requiringthemtosurrenderintohishandsalltheopiumthenactuallyonthecoastofChina,andholdinghimselfresponsiblefortheconsequences.Onthe21stofMaythewholeoftheopium,totheamountof20,283chests,wasgivenuptotheChineseGovernment,andimmediatelydestroyed.ButeventhisgreatsacrificedidnotpropitiateCommissionerLin.Onthe26thofNovemberheissuedanotherinterdict,orderingthecessationofalltradewithBritishshipsinaweek;andinJanuary,1840,anImperialedictappeareddirectingthatalltradewithBritainshouldceaseforever.FurthernumerousoutrageswerecommittedbytheChineseagainstBritishsailors.InconsequenceoftheseproceedingsanarmamentwassentforthtoteachtheChinesetheprinciplesofinternationallaw.ThefirstpartofthearmamentreachedtheCantonriverinJune,1840,underthecommandofCaptainElliot.Havingestablishedarigorousblockadeintheriver,theBritish,onthe5thofJuly,tookpossessionofthelargeislandofChusan,intheEasternSea.Itprovedveryunhealthy,andonemanoutofeveryfourdied.ProceedingstillfarthertothemouthofthePeiho,intheYellowSea,CaptainElliotattemptedtooverawetheChinese.Buttheseawastooshallowtoenablehimtolandhistroops,andhewasforcedtoputbacktoChusan.

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