that she herself had not emigrated. Her adversaries, the new owners, resorted to the device of getting her arrested as an English spy, but though she had made several voyages to England viâ Hamburg, she easily established her innocence. In 1800 they again procured her arrest, and she was consigned to the Temple. Dufort de Cheverny, who tells us thus much, does not give us the end of the story, but the lady's indomitable energy, coupled with her acquaintance with Josephine, probably secured her redress.
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THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.