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“ [240] we will talk over the deeds of our Heroes and Martyrs, and the renown they have conferred upon our common race and country, and with high and knightly courtesy and love, we will carry their effegies in triumphal procession and place them side by side in the Republic's Pantheon.”

Is this knightly act the beginning of those happy days to come? So mote it be! So mote it be!

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