"But all the other edifices destroyed by the fury of the Terrorists have been restored... Those who, in the days of disaster and tribulation, prophesied that the fair city on the banks of the Seine—to-day the gay and beautiful capital of a consolidated Republic—would never regain her past splendour and prestige, forgot that beneath the bark, with full-spread sail, forming the city's escutcheon, there figures the appropriate motto—"FLUCTUAT NEC MERGITUR."" —Henry Vizetelly, "Paris in Peril", 1892.
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Tales of Chetzemoka