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Like many others of his brethren, and of the French nobility, he had a strong predilection for the antient Royal Family and Government of France, and for the Papal power. Nor let any one be surprised at such civil or religious predilections, when he recollects many instances in our own history ; particularly that of Sir Thomas More, who sealed the fidelity of a similar attachment whith his blood.
He desires the Bishop, therefore, that he will take an opportunity to communicate to his Majesty and the Nation, how much this has added to his esteem and gratitude : an office, he