The continent of Europe—France.
France, the beautiful kingdom of central Eu-
chap. II.} 1763. rope, was occupied by a most ingenious people, formed of blended elements, and s an assured respect for law. Former
chap. II.} 1763. kings had in their poverty made a permanent saaiming also at the extermination of
chap. II.} 1763. the throne.
The new ideas got abroad in remonof destroying them.
Spare them, he
chap. II.} 1763. would say, though they are not all of gold andliant glory of leading the way to a
chap. II.} 1763. milder and more effective penal code.
Shunninconomie Politique, II. 54. but eyes
chap. II.} 1763. to weep with.
The treasury was poor, for the very had been made like that of the
chap. II.} 1763. alphabet or of metallic coin.
Marquis de Misessing a deep and real feeling for
chap. II.} 1763. humanity, in an age of skepticism and in the achising and despotic, involving re-
chap. II.} 1763. volution, and constituting revolution an exter