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formerly, owe all their misfortunes to a quality which had proved a crown of glory to the ancestor from whom they derived it?--We know not, in sooth; but in a late number of the Quarterly Review, we find an extract from a letter, addressed to Louis Philippe soon after his accession, by Ferdinand, (King Bomba,) father of Francis II., which is so exactly like the 'language habitually employed by James II. on such occasions, that one might almost venture to swear they were of kin.--Louis Philippe hLouis Philippe had written to Bomba, advising him to imitate France, and relax the rigor of his reign, for fear of being drawn into the vortex of revolution, symptoms of which had appeared in Naples. In reply, Bomba writes as follows: "Liberty is fatal to the House of Bourbon; and, as regards myself, I am resolved to avoid at all price, the fate of Louis XVI. and Charles X. My people obey force and bend the neck, but woe's me should they ever raise them under the impulse of those dreams which sound so fi