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    Helvetia

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    Happy Helvetia! to what charter do you owe your liberty? to your courage, to your resolution, to your mountains.

    "But I am your emperor."

    "But I do not want you any longer."

    "But your fathers were my father's slaves."

    "It is for that very reason that their children do not wish to serve you."

    "But I had the right belonging to my rank."

    "And we have the right of nature."

    Why is liberty so rare?

    Because it is the chiefest good.
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