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émigrés as Well as by the Jacobins, Marie Antoi- nette 11o lon.ger beheld anything but aspects of sor- row. Abroad, as in France, her gaze fell on dismal spectacles only. Her imagination was affected. She hardly dared taste the dishes served at her table. All had conspired to betray her. She had experi- enced so many deceptions and so much anguish; fate had pursued her with so much bitterness, that her heart, exhausted with emotions, and over- Whelmed with sadness, Was Weary of all things, even of hope.