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on of the returns: Letcher s (Dem.) Maj's. Allegheny145 Amelia1 Appomattox207 Barbour391 Bath1 Berkley174 Boone142 Botetourt228 Brooke156 Brunswick294 Buchanan91 Cabell91 Calhoun251 Chesterfield198 Clarke119 Craig164 Dinwiddie37 Doddridge505 Fairfax26 Fauquier89 Fayette39 Frederick236 Gilmer265 Goochland25 Grayson113 Greene261 Greensville49 Halifax400 Hampshire362 Hancock160 Hanover117 Harrison312 Highland249 Isle of Wight384 Jackson122 Jefferson18 King and Queen153 King William170 Lewis390 Logan386 Lunenburg264 Madison454 Marion729 Mecklenburg222 Middlesex35 Monongahela374 Northumberland86 page830 Patrick90 Pendleton28 Pleasants70 Pocahontas285 Preston305 Prince Edward45 Prince George80 Prince William461 Randolph264 Ritchie285 Roanoke126 Rockingham1702 Shenandoah1639 Spotsylvania90 Stafford208 Surry33 Sussex164 Taylor21 Tazewell80 Tucker159 Tyler171 Upshur130 Warren241 Wayne51 Wetzel744 Williamsburg15 W
Thackeray's George IV. Thirty-eight years ago, when George IV. was but a new King, upon the occasion of his visit to Ireland, Byron wrote: "Spread — spread for Vitellius the royal repast, Till the gluttonous despot be stuffed to the gorge. And the roar of his drunkards proclaims him, at last. The Fourth of the fools and oppressors called George." Bitter as this language is — exceeded in bitterness only by what precedes and follows it in the same poem — posterity has endorsed the judgment pronounced upon the royal glutton by the indignant bard. Mr. Thackeray is the last who has spoken, and the only difference between the contemporary satirist and the essayist of the present day, is, that the former attacks the living monarch with the stern indignation of a patriot, while the latter treats the dead King as a fit subject for no sentiment stronger than derision. All the laughing devils under Mr. Thackeray's control — and their name is legion — are let loose upon the