chapter  7
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The Press and Europe

Poor S.Buckley will murmur at peace and quietness; since it quite starves his consumptive gazette, but an Irish Parliament, and a Swedish Diet may now and then afford a morsel.

He surprised me by talking of the party disputes and adventures which have happened of late years in England, of which I found him minutely informed. Many people in Germany have the English newspapers and political pamphlets regularly transmitted to them…from these they often form very false and extraordinary conclusions with regard to the state of the nation.