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purpose that lasted without his aid. Imperial Rome at length forgot his power, essayed to turn his trail, and the ready sword struck down.

Small Holland, led by him, faced all the world, and England followed this calm guide to lasting power and greatness.

Napoleon prospered while his path was in the Angel’s train; but when he tried to lead, and gave that mad, rebellious order to the world, the Angel struck him down.

There is no problem we need fear; the future has no dread for me. Statesmen are filled with high dismay — South America, China, the Turk, the Trusts, the Negro at home, are dreadful names to men in power who have not marked the Angel’s track — who have not learned the lesson that the Jew learned ages ..text continues