…nothing of all that; I find that all goes awry with me; that no one knows either what is his rank, nor what is his condition, what he does nor what he ought to do; and that except supper, which is always gay, and where there appears to be enough concord, all the rest of the time is passed in impertinent quarrels; Jansenist against Molinist, Parliament against the Church, men of letters against men of letters, courtesans against courtesans, financiers against the people, wives against…
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Both leaders expressed a desire for peace and concord in the region.
Why should a grandson and grandfather peg away at each other with mutual violence when all might be bliss and concord.