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tainly, more inappropriately bestowed, than while in the act of recording one of the most cruel and oppressive acts of that Sovereign's cruel and oppressive reign.
I have also thought, that the subject was one of sufficient historical curiosity to interest the English public.
For these reasons I have been induced to throw together the following chain of evidence upon the subject, making use of the same documents as M. Delort, to which I have added some others previously published, and printing the whole series in an Appendix.
G. A. E.
HISTORY OF THE IRON MASK.