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The Blinded Bourbons
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(“Qui leur eut dit l’austere destinee?”)

[Footnote 3: After the Eagle and the Bee superseded the Lily-flowers, the Third Napoleon’s initial “N” flourished for two decades, but has been excised or plastered over, the words “National Property” or “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” being cut in the stone profusely.]