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v4

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MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF ST.  CLOUD 

Being Secret Letters from a Gentleman at Paris to a Nobleman in London 

BOOK 4. 

LETTER XXXIII. 

PARIS, August, 1805. 

MY LORD:--The Italian subjects of Napoleon the First were far from
displaying the same zeal and the same gratitude for his paternal care and
kindness in taking upon himself the trouble of governing them, as we good
Parisians have done.  Notwithstanding that a brigade of our police agents
and spies, drilled for years to applaud and to excite enthusiasm,
proceeded as his advanced guard to raise the public spirit, the
reception at Milan was cold and everything else but cordial and pleasing.
The absence of duty did not escape his observation and resentment.
Convinced, in his own mind, of the great blessing, prosperity, and

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