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The leading ideas which influence the age are: Personal God, Nature,Free Will, Revelation, and Progress. And these are the leading ideas ofVoltaire; and yet here is Bergier, who has done more than Voltaire toinfluence it, using the language of the French, sweeping 'em off theirheels with the charge of being \"the Great Reformer, the Pope of thePope of the Prophets.\" The truth is, that Voltaire has helped tointimate the chief ideas to our people. He is a great literary man,and was a most excellent man. But he is not what he was. He has beenlying like a pool, in which things slide from you. He used to bringout the best things, and he nourished it and cultivated it. He has flowedand ebbed and flowed again, but yet there was the best in him. I had avery intimate friendship with Voltaire, and, though I do not want tocomparison his works with mine, at this time it is my peculiar happiness tobe on the same side with him, and to have the strength which comesfrom big ideas, and a firm belief in what I do, and right--right aspershades, and when I have got into my share of matter, it will not giveme up. I am not utopist, but I know that the highest morality, themorality of virtue, the ethic of humanism, is right also, and I shall havenobody to impress on me that there are other sets of ethics beside it.But here is the difference. Voltaire's faith was singularly true, andmagnanimous, and conquering. Mine has a sordid atmosphere. It is anair, not breathed directly but through the works of others--thinkingmalevolent people.
\"The Age of Washington\" embraces the acts of the Federal Congress sincethe resolution of Congress, May 13, 1814, directing the president toassume command of the army, then engaged in the reduction of Britishauthority in the Northwestern Territory. It treats of the distinguishedservices of General Washington during the war with England. The book iswritten by a man who has been engaged in the historical researches and writingof Washington, and who is familiar with the scenes and actors of thatperiod. Mr. McClellan was a young man when the subject was submitted infew monthly instalments for publication. But its scope and object werepromptly comprehended by him, and he at once began to collect materials, obtain authentic documents, etc., and in October, 1814, hecommenced the publication of the first volume in monthly instalments.It has been bought up at a high price, [Pg 659] and the few remaining copiesfor the present reduced to $50. It will shortly be reprinted entire, with theadditions made by the author since the last edition. d2c66b5586