Excerpt from Christina of Sweden Walpole, an heroic murderess. But others, allowing their due weight to extenuating circumstances, Will ab stain from wholesale condemnation. Her own language, in the dedication of her memoirs to God, is, notwith standing the acknowledgment of faults and failings, the language of a saint. Christina, it is certain, was no saint. Whether her record was as dark as it has been considered in some quarters the reader must decide.
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