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than themselves seems only to have developed all that is barbarous in the Russian character. A people with any capacity for governing would have found some better mode of administration possible than the brute force which can only destroy what it finds existing — even its own prosperity. If the authority of a Government can only be maintained by exterminating its subjects, something higher than the obligations of treaties is violated. The Russians are now to Poland what the Turks were to Hungary. Government, in the ordinary sense of the word, has ceased to exist.--Russia has lost everything that makes the possession of a territory an advantage. The army it is obliged to keep up must absorb more than the revenue of the kingdom. Commerce, agriculture, every kind of enterprise, is perishing.--It would be an incalculable gain to Russia if she abandoned the kingdom of Poland to itself; to govern it, even by the sword, against the hostility of the whole population, is impossible.