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Excerpt from Arundel, Vol. 3 of 3: A Tale of the French Revolution
But I will take advantage of it, cried La fayette and direct it towards restoring the King to his legitimate authority, and vindicating the constitution, which has been violated in his person. I will demand a strict and searching enquiry into this scandalous event, and woe to the authors of it when they are detected.
Forgive the liberty I take in entreating you to weigh well what you are going to undertake, said Arundel; from what I can learn, the Court will not accept your assistance. The Queen is by no means friendly to you; and I am afraid you will find that your popularity is not what it was.
Lafayette, however, was not to be dissuaded from the plan he had formed.
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