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When Catherine II of Russia Russiamade Russiamade Russiamade
made her herbold bold stroke for the throne thronein thronein thronein
in 1762 her chief advisers and andabettors andabeUors andabettors
abettors were the Counts Gregory Gregoryand Gregoryand Gregoryand
and Alexis Orlov who conse consequently consequently consequently
quently became equal participants participantsol
I ol her favors Gregory the elder elderwas elderwas elderwas
was empty headed but bu t exceedingly exceedinglyhandsome exceedinglybandsome exceedinglyhandsome
handsome Alexis was masterful masterlulsensual masterfulsensual masterfulsensual
sensual and of an energetic n rgetic rest restless restless restless ¬
less temperament which was evi evidently evidently evidently ¬
dently inherited from their fore forefather forefather forefather ¬
father a Strelitz named Ivan sur surnamed surnamed surnamed
named Orel which signifies si nifies an aneagle aneagle aneagle
eagle Fie Hewithhundreds with hundreds ot others othershad othershad othershad
had been condemned to death by byPeter byPeter byPeter
Peter the Great after the rebellion rebellionat
at Moscow in 1698 and owed his hislife hislife hislife
life to the perfect sangfroid he ex exhibited exhibited exhibited ¬
hibited when finding ndinJ the portion portionof
of the beam which served as the theblock theblock theblock
block for whole ranks encumbered encumberedwith encumberedwith encumberedwith
with the head i lone one of his com companions companions companions ¬
panions he kicker it away saying sayingThis sayingThis sayingThis
This is ny place it must be beclear beclear beclear
clear This act which was wit witnessed witnessed witnessed ¬
nessed by the Emperor roused hisadmiration his hisadmiration hisadmiration
admiration he granted him a par pardon pardon pardon ¬
don forthwith and placed him in ina ina ina
a regiment ot the line where here he so sodistinguished sodistin sodistinguished
distinguished distin uished himself that he act ac acquired acquired ¬
t quired the rank of officer and con consequently consequently consequently ¬
sequently the title of noble which whichremained whichremained whichremained
remained in the family familyThe famibThe familyThe
The ambition to divest Russia Russiaof Russiaof Russiaof
of its Oriental character and to in introduce introduce introduce ¬
troduce European men and man manners manners manners ¬
ners initiated by Peter was carried carriedout carriedout carriedout
out to the letter by Catherine who whotaught whotaught whotaught
taught her courtiers to feel and andenjoy andenjoy andenjoy
enjoy the fascinations ot French Frenchlife Frenchlife Frenchlife
life while at the saine time she had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the wit to make her suojects forget forgether forgether forgether
her German extraction by selecting selectingher selectin selectinher selectinghep
her ministers entirely from the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people The principal of these thesewere theewere thesewere
were Gregory Orlov Galatzin GalatzinPotemkin GalatzinPottmki GalatzinPotemkin
Potemkin n Romantzov and Panin PaninAdventurers Pan PaninAdventurers in inAdventurers
Adventurers and adven adventuresses adventuresses adventuresses ¬
turesses sprang up like mush mushrooms mushrooms mushrooms ¬
rooms One ot these was a lady ladywho ladyNho ladyivho
who claimed to be the daugh dau h er o othe of ofthe ofthe f
the Empress Elizabeth and there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore the rightful ri tful heir to the throne throneHer throneHer throneHer
Her career not entirely an unblemished unblem unblemished unblemished ¬
ished one and the manner in which whichshe whichshe whic whicshe h
hs
she was entrapped by Count CountAlexi CountAlexiOrlov Alexis AlexisOrlov AlexisOrlov s
Orlov was one of the sensationof sensations sensationsof s
of the day dayBefore dayBefore dayBefore
Before relating her story how however however however ¬
ever it is necessary to record the thepositions theositions th thpositions e
positions ositions held by the two brotherat brothers brothersat s
at Court Gregory Gre orv remained at atCatherines atCatherines atCatherines
Catherines right hand invested investedwith investedwith investedwith
with the title of Prince having havingapartments havJn havJnapartments havingapartments
apartments in the royal palace palacewith palacwith palacewith
with communication cCJmfTl unication to Catherines Catherinesprivate Catherinesprivate Catherinesprivate
private rooms by means of slidingpanels sliding slidingpanels slidln slidlnpanels
panels in the walls while it fellto felltoAlexis feUtoAlexis fell to toAlexis
Alexis to guard her half foolishhusband foolish foolishhusband foolishhusband
husband Peter III and in concert concertwith concertwith concertwith
with his fellow officers Teplov Teplovand TeplovandFeodor 1eplovandFeodor and andFeodor
Feodor Bariatinski to put an end endto endto endto
to his life which is said to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been done in a most barbarous barbarousmanner barbarousmanner barbarousmanner
manner in the castle of ot Ropcha Ropchathough Ropchathough Ropchathough
though whether or not with the theEmpresss theEmpr th thEmpresss e
Empresss Empr sss sanction has never nevertranspired nevertranspIred nevetranspired r
transpired Count Alexis was wasthen wasthen wa wathen s
then about twenty six years of age ageand ageand ageand
and is described as being remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able for his immense immense height ath athletic athletic athletic ¬
letic form muscular power and andsurprising andsurprising an ansurprising d ds
surprising agility a ilit An enormous enormousgash enormousgash enormougash s
gash whicn he had Iad received in the theface thelace th thlace e
lace during a quarrel had not com completely completelyefJaced completelyeflaced ¬
pletely pletelyefJaced effaced the primitive beauty beautyof beautyof beaut beautof y
of his features Such a man then thenwas thenwas
9 was the second favorite who was wasgiven wasgiven wa wagiven s
given the rank ot Lieutenant Gen General General General ¬
eral with the order of St Andrew Andrewthe Andrewthe Andrewthe
the highest in the empire and in inaddition inaddition inaddition
addition to this the key as cham chamberlain chamberlain shamberlain ¬
berlain with right of entry to the theEmpresss theEmpresss th thEmpresss e
Empresss rooms at any hour of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the day or nightThe night nightThe nightThe
The war with Turkey whic whicthen which whichthen whichthen h
then broke out furnished him himwith himwith hi hiwith m
with an opportunity of justifying justifyingthis justifyingthis justifyinthis 6
this extraordinary promotion and andof andof an anof d
of which he promptly avbiled him himself himsell himself ¬
self by submitting a plan for fornaval a anaval anaval a
naval expedition io the Archipel Archipelago Archipela Archipelago ¬
ago a o and obtaining the command commandwith commandwith commandwith
with Admiral John Elphinsone Elphinsoneand Elphinsoneand Elphins on onand e
and Captain Greig as cheif officers officersthe officersj officersjthe officersthe
the latter afterwards becomin becominAdmiral becoming g
Admiral in his place By an ar arrangement are arerangement arrangement ¬
rangement with the Archduke o oTuscany of ofTuscany ofTuscany f
Tuscany Leghorn was made the theheadquarters theheadquarters theheadquarters
headquarters of the fleet and at atthe atthe atthe
the desire of the Empress the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British there Sir John Dick with withthe withthe withthe
the permission of King Kin George III IIIwas 111was IIIwas
was appointed Russian agent but butin butin bu buin t
in a private capacity receiving receivin in i n
1770 as an acknowledgement o ohis of ofhis ofhis ni i
his services the order ot St Anne Anneset Anneset Ann Annset e
set round with diamonds with withletter ea a aletter aletter
letter from Count Panirrconveying Panirrconveyingthe Paninconveyinthe g
the thanks of her Imperial Majesty Majestyand Majestyand Majestyand
and her Ministers MinistersWhen MinistersVhen MinistersWhen
When Count Alexis had occa occasion occasion ocasion ¬
sion to be at Leghorn Le horn he resided residedchiefly rfsidecIchiefly residedchiefly l
chiefly with St John but he had hadalso hadalso ha haalso d
also a residence at Pisa where he hespent hespent h hspent e
spent the intervals in the campaignduring campaign campaignduring campaignduring
during one ot which he signalized signalizedhimself signalizedhimsell signalizehimself d
himself to the horror and disgust disgustof distustof disgusof t
of the inhabitants by his
execu execution execution execution ¬
tion ot the poetess Madelaine MadelaineMorelli MadelaineMorelli MadelainMorelli o
Morelli soon after she had ha l bee beecrowned been beencrowned beencrowned n
crowned with laurel at the Capitol Capitolin Capitoin nl l I
in 1771 It was shortly after this thisevent thisevent thi thievent s
event that the mysterious myst rious lady ladyalready iadyalready ad adalready Y
already alluded to first appeared appearedon appeare appeareon d de
on the scenes Although the thebearer thebearer th thbearer e
bearer of many names to the end endshe endshe en enshe d
she remained nameless Born n none no noone noone o
one knows where educated no on onknows one oneknows oneknows e
knows how yet the mistress ot otseveral 01everallanRu1ies o oseveral et t I
several everallanRu1ies languages she first became becameknown becameknown becamknown e
known to the public in Londonwhere London Londonwhere Londonwhere
where she lived in great reat style in incompany incompany i icompany n
company with certain Van Toers Toersthe Toersthe Toersthe
the son ol a Dutch merchant at atGhent atGhent a aGhent t
Ghent from which place he hid hidfled hldfled h l lfled dd d
fled leaving leavin wife children and andcreditors andcreditors an ancreditors d
creditors creditorsMadame creditorsMadame creditorsMadame
Madame de Trctnouille Trt mouiUe as she shewas shewas sh shwas e
was then called had lived previ previousl previous previously
ous ously ousl > in Ghent under the name of ofScholl ofScholl o oScholl f
Scholl and prior to that in Berlin Berlinunder Berlinunder Berli Berliunder n
under that of orFrank Frank She remained remainedin remainein d
in London until forced by creditors creditorsto creditorto s
to move on but only to reappear reappearin
in Paris Jaris Here it was as the thePrincess thePrincess th thPrincess e
Princess Voldomer that she sheset set up u uhouse p
house with a numerous suite suiteamong suiteamong suiteamong
among which were two German GermanBarons GermanBarons GermaBarons n
Barons The Barons needless to torelate torelate t trelate o
relate were as enigmatical as the thePrincess thePr th thPrincess e
Princess Pr ncesl one of whom on being beingarrested beingarre3ted bein beinarrested g
arrested for debt proved to be Van VanToers VanToers Va VaToers n
Toers the prodigal son of th thDutchman the theDutchman theDutchman e
Dutchman DutchmanWhile DutchmanVhile DutchmanWhile
While at Venice she persuadethe persuaded persuadedthe persuadedthe d
the Sultan of Turkey to support supporther supporther supporther
her claim to the throne and act actJ
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uallv to embark her in one ot his hisships hisships hisships
ships with all her suite far Con Constantinople Constantinople Constantinople ¬
stantinople but owing to a stormthe storm stormthe stormtbe
the vessel was obliged to take takerefuge takerefuge takerefuge
refuge in the harbor of RagusaHere Ragusa RagusaHere RagusaHere
Here they landed and accommo accommodation accommodation accommodation ¬
dation was provided for her by the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French Consul placing his house houseat houseat houseat
at her disposal While under his hisroof hisroof hisroof
roof she addressed a letter to toCount toCount toCount
Count Alexis Orlov then with the thefleet thefleet thefleet
fleet at Leghorn enclosing a copy copyof copyof copyof
of the Empress Elizabeths will willand willand willand
and claiming her right the Russianthrone Russian Russianthrone Russianthrone
throne which document she en entrusted entrusted entrusted ¬
trusted to Mr Wortley Montagu Montaguto
to deliver The Count forwarded forwardedthe forwardedthe forwardedthe
the letter straight to Catherinewho Catherine Catherinewho Catherinewho
who sent immediate instructions instructionsto
to secure her personatall person at all risksand risksandif
if the authorities ol the town re refused refused refused ¬
fused to give her up to bombard bombardit
it at once This gives color coJ or to the theidea theidea theidea
idea that there was some sort offoundation of offoundation ofloundation
foundation to her claim claimAlthough claimAlthough > II IIAlthough
Although Catherine failed to toelicit 10elicit toelicit
elicit her real identity during herlife her herlife herlife
life some discovery must have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made after her death for a acurious acurious acurious
curious fact came to light some someyears someyears someyears
years later The French Minister Ministerat
at St Petersburg had a demand demandput demandput demandput
put before him by a French subject subjectfor subjectfor subjectfor
for a sum of fiftytwo thousand thousandlivres thousandlivres thousandlivres
livres being bein a debt of the Princess PrincessVlodomir PrillcessVlodomir PrincessVlodontir
Vlodomir during her stay in Paris Parisin Parisin Parisin
in 1772 The Marquis de e Veracnever Verac Veracnever Veracnever
never having heard of such a per person person person ¬
son proceeded to make inquiries inquiriesThese inquiriesThese inquiriesThese
These were abruptly stopped the thePrincess thePrincess thePrincess
Princess he was informed was wasdead wasdead wasdead
dead and all her debts had been beenpaid beenpaid beenpaid
paid but if the claim in question questionwas questionwas
was sent in a settlement would be bemade bemade bemade
made On reviewing the wholeevidence whole 5vhoteevidence hole holeevidence
evidence it would appear that the theunfortunate theunfortunate theunfortunate
unfortunate woman was herself un unaware unaware unaware
aware of the identity of her par parents parents pareats ¬
ents in her youth she had been beentaken beentaken beentaken
taken from place to place place her high highbirth hi highbirth h hbirth
birth spoken of in ambiguous ambiguousterms ambiguousterms ambiguousterms
terms and finally had received thewill the thewill thewill
will of the Empress Elizabeth anonymousty an anonymously anonymously
onymously during her stay at atMannheim atlhnnheim atMannheim
Mannheim But whether she was wasof wasor wasof
of royal birth or not it was manilestly mani manifestly maniestly ¬
festly necessary for Catherinewho Catherinewhohad
had plumped herselt upon thethrone the thethrone thethrone
throne to silence any possible pre pretensions pretensions ¬
tensions tensionsA
A BURIED CITY AND AN ANCIENT ANCIENTCHURCH ANCIENTCnURclI1he ANCIENTCitvxcit1he
CHURCH CnURclI1he The ancient capital of ofBritain ofBrita
Britain Brita an we are told was Verulamrum Verulam Verulamium Verulamium
ium rum It stood a few score > yards yardswestofSt yardswest
westofSt west of St Albans Abbey Not Nota
a stone of it remains upon anotherbut another anotherbut anotherbut
but one may readily trace its site siteby siteby
by the mounds of ofhe ofheavrng heaving ving turf that thatlie thatlie
lie scattered round The worms wormsand wormsand wormsand
and moles must have been busy
here for over a thousand years for forthe forthe forthe
the ruins are buried several feet feetdeep feetdeep feetdeep
deep beneath the sward That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was an instructive experiment of ofDarwins ofDarwins ofDarwins
Darwins when he had severalacres several severalacres severalacres
acres of grass land covered with athick a athick athick
thick layer of chalk He lived to tosee tosee tosee
see that stratum of chalk nine orten or orten orten
ten inches deep beneath the surfacethat sur surface surlacethat ¬
face lacethat that Vas the work of the theworms theworms theworms
worms The city c ty was a mile inlength in inlength inlength
length and threefourths of a mile milein milein
in m width It was laid out in a aseries aseries
series of oblong oblon plots through throughwhich throughwhich
which ran the great Roman road roadstill roadstill roadstill
still known as Walling Vatlin StreetOn Street StreetOn StreetOn
On the southern side was theKings the theKings theKings
Kings Fishpond a lake fed by the thepretty thepretty thepretty
pretty little stream the Vcr Verstill still stillbright stillbrieht
bright and sparkling and dimpled dimpledin
in spring by the rising trout An Anancient Anancient
ancient British fortification is sup supposed supposed ¬
posed to have occupied the site siteand sIteand siteand
and this was taken in Cosars C Ca sars first firstinvasion firstinvasion
invasion B c 55 After a cen centurys cel celturys certurys ¬
turys absence abs nce the Romans re returned returned returned ¬
turned and commenced buildingthe building buildingthe buildingthe
the stately Verulamium with itspalaces its itspalaces itspalaces
palaces forum and amphitheatres amphitheatresIn
In A D 54 it became the capital capitalThen capitalThen
Then only a few years afterwardscame afterwards atterwardscame atterwarclscame
came a terrible revenge reven e the citywas city citywas citywas
was sacked and burned by Boa Boadicea Boadicea
dicea and not a soul ot the seventy seventythousand seventythousand
thousand inhabitants escaped Ex Excavations EKcavations ¬
cavations from time to time have haveresulted haveresulted
resulted in the discovery of Roman Romanpavements Romanpavement
pavements coins and pottery and andabundant andabundant andabundant
abundant traces of ofits its early Roman Romanoccupation Romanoccupation Romanoccupation
occupation One may gather gathersome gathersome gathersome
some ideas as to the importance of otSt ofSt
St Albans centuries ago from a aglance aglance aglance
glance at the Old Sumpter Yard YardAll YardAll
All that is left ol the monastery is isthegateway istbe
thegateway tbe gateway the first rst floor of which whichis
is is used as the grammar rammar school schoolperhaps schoolperhaps schoolperhaps
perhaps the oldest in the kingdom
1095 095 There must have been a abusy abusy
busy scene in front of it when whencrowded whencrowded whencrowdedwith
crowded crowdedwith with wi th wagonspack horses horsesand horsesand
and mule bringing brin bringin in6 in the produce produceof
of the land from the country round roundthe roundthe
the Jenison venison and game the meatcorn meat meatcorn meatcorn
corn wine wine and oil For the Abbot Abbotentertained Abbotentertained
entertained many guests kings kingsprinces kingsprinces
princes and noblemen amongthem among amongthem amongthem
them and a host of retainers Be Beyond Bevond Beyond ¬
yond the ruins Verulamium is the theancient theancient theancient
ancient church of St Michaels in inwhich inwhich
which may be seen a monument monumentto
to Lord Bacon Baron of Veru Verulam VerJlam
lam who after all Natural Wis Wisdom Wisdom ¬
dom and Secrets ol Life he had hadunfolded hadunfolded
unfolded Natures law fulfilled fulfilledLet fulfilledLd
Let compound be dissolved 1n Inthe 1nthe 1nthe
the year of Our Lord 1626 626 of his hisage hisage hisage
age 66 The venerable Abbey Abbeyot
ot St Albans occupied a com commanding cummlnding ¬
minding site close by It was wasfounded wasfounded
founded by Lanfranc in 1077 and andopened andopened
opened eleven years after for pub public pu b blie ¬
lie worship The material of the theAbbey theAb
Abbey Ab ey consists largely lar ely of thatfound that thatfound thatfound
found in the ruins of Verulamium VerulamiumAs
As may be noticed Roman tiles tileseater tileseOlter
eater largely into the construction constructionbesides constructionI
besides sandstone and flint One Onemay Onemay Onemay
may observe here an anj < i there therein therein
in in the older garden walls wall similar similarmaterial similarmaterial similarmaterial
material employed Verulamium Verulamiumwas
was an inexhaustible quarry StAlbans St StAlbans StAlbans
Albans is thought to be the oldest oldestexisting oldesteKisting
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