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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Oh, your great work on the monarchy of Italy!
  • Louis XVIII. made but a faint attempt to parry this unexpected blow; the monarchy he had scarcely reconstructed tottered on its precarious foundation, and at a sign from the emperor the incongruous structure of ancient prejudices and new ideas fell to the ground.
  • The days when such distinctions were so nicely weighed and considered no longer exist in France, and the first families of the monarchy have intermarried with those of the empire.
  • Observe," said Villefort, smiling, "I do not mean to deny that both these men were revolutionary scoundrels, and that the 9th Thermidor and the 4th of April, in the year 1814, were lucky days for France, worthy of being gratefully remembered by every friend to monarchy and civil order; and that explains how it comes to pass that, fallen, as I trust he is forever, Napoleon has still retained a train of parasitical satellites.
  • "To fall," continued King Louis, who at the first glance had sounded the abyss on which the monarchy hung suspended,—"to fall, and learn of that fall by telegraph!
  • The work I speak of is called ’A Treatise on the Possibility of a General Monarchy in Italy,’ and will make one large quarto volume."

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  • He was imprisoned for insulting the Thai monarchy.
  • In a constitutional monarchy like Great Britain’s, survival of the monarchy depends upon popular consent.

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