Mr. John C. Ropes lectured last evening to a large audience in Sever 11. He said that to estimate Napoleon justly we must consider him in relation to his time. He lived in an age of transition, when it was necessary to act boldly. He did by no means take away the liberties of France, but rather united them. He was a man of action, but rather of the soldier's type than of the statesman's. He trusted far too much upon the success of his arms, and hence finally fell. Many results of his industry, however, survive him.
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