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Champion (Newspaper) - December 23, 1820, London, Middlesex THE OK W HEN WK ii v IT N O T- is aiu wr Home No. 416. Saturday 23, 1820. Price of NEAPOLITAN THE AFFAIRS OF ec Our Principles are our Country anil Despotism is our only Mirror presented to his Sicilian Great and the Allied re fleet ing political Facts of the utmost calculated to undeceive them hitherto By Francis Declaration on the Neapolitan Answer to his Lordship's Captain F a Neapolitan addressed to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Second Letter in answer to the confidential Note which was circulated in and of which Journals ham These respective publications abound with information and remarks of the highest importance to the interests of nil Europe and the friends of liberty in enlightened of every called upon to give them an especial Whatever short sighted in the dream of an exclusive may the fate of Naples is the fate of England and the fate of England that of the European The statement would be equally if for Naples we should substitute Spain or All nations must be or none will be so. Equity must be established the of Christian or from the of Christian Europe it must be The system of Representative Government is at issue with the system of Government by the The progress of information hath made this a universal the combination of and the recently avowed object of that have decided and confirmed that it can be no The local virtue of patriotism can no longer be no longer preserved from but by the more comprehensive virtue of Our general principles must become our general countries or we shall soon have nothing left in our particular countries to If the people of all the nations feel and recognize not this saving the Governments of all the nations are already in active combination to destroy them one by This is now the obvious object of that diabolical combination with most blasphemous they have named the Holy an the component members of which and have adopted all the bloody Machiavellian policy of degenerated and perverted and are every with prepared arms and organized trampling upon all pretences of law and equity establishing political crowding uprooting all by vile systems of all confidence between man and and at their and therefore murmuring What are those oppressed and trampled people anv where to If the in any given petition or may he sabred if they fly from the ports of all other nations are closed Against an allied police makes all Europe the common gaol of the allied from which the victim people have no If a unanimous nation because throw off the and proclaim the regeneration of liberty and the Regal Oligarchy denounce the and menace the nation with the There shall he but one form of their actions aloud and that shall be the Government so it maybe of Those Governments which are not yet sufficiently may proceed with what rapidity they please to the determined point of their may extinguish as rapidly as they the ancient claims and pretensions of and make as many revolutions as they please against their people but Kings themselves shall not be permitted to or to abide any new of or to endanger the thrones of still existing by the contagious example of the happiness and prosperity that must result from the establishment of free and equitable Such in the clear interpretation of that Confidential Note circulated in to which the last of the above enumerated publications spiritedly We shuddered during the highth of and we justly at the prospect of a Universal The apprehension of that calamity was the immediate and operative cause of his final Rut in crushing we have in a worse and with a more ominous prospect of the very evil wre so justly but so unwisely In the despotism of Napoleon there was always one It was a despotism that rested upon the basis of individual and its materials could never have been so cemented by him but that they must have fallen to pices when that basis was There was another It was the despotism of a large and comprehensive not of narrow and pettifoging minds the despotism of one too superb in apprehension not to mingle boons as comprehensive with his worst very vanity had a tinge of the noblest kind of ambition and aspiring at immortality by the munificence of great and useful wherever the footsteps of his dominion left permanent advantages to c for the temporary ravages of hit insatiable lust of But in changing the for
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