He was every day summoned from the gallery into the closet, and sometimes had long audiences while peers were kept waiting ... His house at Kensington was sometimes thronged at his hour of rising, by more than two hundred suitors. ... It was natural that a man who was daily seen at the palace, and who was known to have free access to majesty, should ... possible to grant indulgence to these quiet sectaries and to the Roman Catholics without showing similar favor to other classesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Joan of Arc|
|Author||:||Alphonse de Lamartine|