Crisis of This Importance

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In that he was anticipating, of course, what came afterwards; because anything more impossible—anything more disgraceful—than that the Government at a Crisis of This Importance, and in the pursuit of a policy for which they themselves are responsible, should recall him who is charged with the conduct of that policy in a distant part of the Empire, it would be impossible to imagine.

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