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far as to strike the helpless King, and on one occasion when his Majesty wished to protract his exercise in the gardens at Kew, Erast seized him in his arms, carried him into a chamber, and throwing him violently on a sofa, exclaimed in an insolent manner to his attendants: "There is your king for you." These outrages were perpetrated in the seclusion of the palace at Kew, to which the King had been removed in the month of October, at the instance of the Prince of Wales. His Majesty had been persuaded to leave Windsor, to which he was much attached, by the promise that he should see his children at Kew. He entered the carriage cheerfully; but on passing through the iron gates of the Little Park, he put his hands before his face and bursjects in the road, and anticipating the pleasure long denied him, of seeing his wife and daughters. But on his arrival at Kew he found himself a prisoner. Proceeding towards the apartments he usually occupied, he was stopped and conducted into a l