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[[addition]] [[underline]] safely affirm that [[/underline]] [[/addition]] no good & great Prince [[deletion]] will ever despair [[/deletion]] [[addition]] born in a free country [[/addition]] & like Alfred fond of the cause of Liberty, will ever despair of restoring His Country to [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] Virtue Freedom, Glory, even tho He mounts the Throne in the worst corrupted times, in Storms of inward faction, & the Most threatening circumstances [[addition]] without [[/addition]] [[deletion]] with them [[/deletion]] Let Him be but true to himself, true to Religion, Virtue, Honour, Freedom; Such a Prince has a right to expect He ^ [[addition]] & [[/addition]] will most certainly have the Support of that Almighty Power that decides the fate of Kingdoms, & baffles all the black Designs & reched Cunning of Proud, Ambitious & deceitful Men. Alfred was Succeeded by Edward inferior to His Father in Learning, but with equal talents in Military affairs, in so much that He is Said in His Long Wars with the Danes, never to have lost a battle where He fought in person.