proposed series will be devoted is ■that of "France in the New World,"—the att●empt of Feudalism, Monarchy, and Rome to ma●ster a continent where, at this h●our, half a million of bayonets are ■vindicating the ascendency of● a regulated freedom;—Feudal●ism still strong in life, thoug●h enveloped and overborne by new-born Central■ization; Monarchy in the flush of triump●hant pow

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