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Mr Jardine stirred. ’ Arthur looked up, lowering the newspaper on to his lap. ’ ‘Nelson. Britain’s best chance of humbling the frogs. ’ ‘Damned lucky thing we have the Royal Navy standing between us and Monsieur Bonaparte. ’ Arthur smiled. ’ Arthur’s smile faded. ’ ‘Oh, come now, I meant no offence. ’ Arthur thought back to his first campaign in the lowlands. Half of his men had died from want of food and the bitter cold of a terrible winter. Then there had been India, and the long marches through searing heat before taking on armies vastly superior in size and beating them.

The man is weak and easily influenced. A bribe should be enough to buy his peace. The Tsar is our real problem. ’ ‘Yes, sire,’ Talleyrand assented. There was something in his manner that caught Napoleon’s attention and he looked closely at his foreign minister for a moment before he spoke again. ’ It was a statement of fact and not an enquiry, as the foreign minister recognised at once. He nodded. ’ ‘Yes, sire. ’ ‘Peace with Britain? That treacherous nest of vipers? I think you are deluded, Talleyrand.

Britain’s best chance of humbling the frogs. ’ ‘Damned lucky thing we have the Royal Navy standing between us and Monsieur Bonaparte. ’ Arthur smiled. ’ Arthur’s smile faded. ’ ‘Oh, come now, I meant no offence. ’ Arthur thought back to his first campaign in the lowlands. Half of his men had died from want of food and the bitter cold of a terrible winter. Then there had been India, and the long marches through searing heat before taking on armies vastly superior in size and beating them. He fixed his eyes on the other man and cleared his throat.

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