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and from Dover to London; ber gratifying reception, speeches, &c. Also a
By EDWARD BARRON, Esq.
“ Though the Queen is in all respects a subject ; yet, in point of the security of
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The extraordinary and unrivalled interest which the return of Her Majesty to these kingdoms has excited in every British bosom; the long privations which she has endured ; the persecutions under which she has laboured; the neglects she has experienced ; the high and mighty destinies which call her to a Throne, from whence a combination of pecu
nappiness, or negligent of her just rights have at length once more touched the sacred soil of freedom and of manliness; and all the enthusiastic generosity, which loyalty and honour, and the claims of beauty ; but more especially the claims of an injured and unprotected woman, ever must excite, have been elicited in the same moment which hailed her return to this great..empire. If Her Majesty has been too long accustomed to adverse fortunes, and 'to blighted anticipa