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A TRUE ACCOUNT

OF THE

HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION;

ITS PURPOSES AND PRETENCES.

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A TRUE ACCOUNT

OF

THE HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION;

ITS PURPOSES AND PRETENCES:

BY

AN AMERICAN DEMOCRAT.

WITH PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS, RESPECTING THE LIBERALS

ABROAD AND THE LIBERAL PARTY AT HOME.

ESPECIALLY INTENDED FOR THE

PERUSAL OF ROMAN CATHOLICS.

BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE,

AUTHOR OF “A CATHOLIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND.”

“ If this will not suffice, it must appear
That malice bears down truth."

Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice, Act. iv. S. 1.

LONDON:
RICHARDSON AND SON, 172, FLEET STREET;
9, CAPEL STREET, DUBLIN ; AND DERBY.

1851.

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CONTENTS.

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The « Liberals” in modern times—to them attributable
all the horrors of the French revolution-prevent necessary
reforms-maltreatment of the working classes. Similarity of
the Girondins and Magyars. Reasons why “the Liberal party,”
in England, sympathised with the French Revolutionists.
Two classes of revolutionists, "the genteel” the Girondins, "and
the vulgar" the Red Republicans and Communists. Definition
of the tests of a good and bad government. The form or name of

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