Three Memorials on French Affairs by Edmund Burke

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Edmund Burke
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254
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9781330744352
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Excerpt from Three Memorials on French Affairs

To be engaged in a contention with ingratitude and fraud, is neither pleasing nor honourable; but they who in discharging the sacred obligations of friendship are forced into it, must submit to the humiliation. They would themselves be criminal in the next degree, were they to consult their own personal feelings; they are bound to consider only their duty.

In the beginning of the present year, a confidential paper, written by the late Mr. Burke, was surreptitiously published in his name; and at the end of it was advertised a volume of pretended memoirs, anecdotes, and letters, of the Author.

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