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beth.--Mr. Motley clearly establishes the fact that nothing can be farther from the truth than Elizabeth. had a force under her favorite Leicester in the low countries, many years before the Armada. ris, under the orders of Leicester, had 28,000 men. In reality, he never had 4,000. On paper, Elizabeth had a body guard of 36,000. It existed on paper alone. Her famous speech at Tilbury was not l expenses himself. Mr. Motley makes it abundantly clear, that if England had depended on Elizabeth or Burleigh for safety, she would have been lost. Burleigh was one of those successful, medioated facts as they had been stated in some printed books before, and that passed for history. Elizabeth will bear with posterity a very different character from that she has borne heretofore. Aly with his character of commander-in-chief in the low countries, and there it is certain that Elizabeth herself was to blame for all the failures of the English army. Her avarice ruined all. Leices