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Page 49 - ... conqueror of Italy, humbler of Germany, terror of the North — saw him account all his matchless victories poor compared with the triumph you are now in a condition to win — saw him contemn the fickleness of Fortune, while, in despite of her, he could pronounce his memorable boast, " I shall go down to posterity with the Code in my hand!