This inequability may be illustrated by the history of the young Venetian noble delegated to the Isle of Candia. Despairing of being al!owed to revisit the walls of his native city, and of again embracing his friends and his aged father, he committed another crime, unpardonable by the laws of the State, because he knew that he should be reconverted to Venice for trial, and to suffer death.—Moore's View of Society and Manners in Italy, tom. i, lett. xiv.

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