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Thereafter, Timothy Harris in 1719, the frontispiece poet of the pirated Adlerfeld Genuine History of Charles XII (1742), and Eliza Haywood in her The Fortunate Foundlings (1744) variously eulogize the "Glorious," or deathlessly famous, or nobly romantic Swedish monarch, while never mentioning his invasion scheme or friendship with Jacobites.
What the general reveals by this deathlessly fluent admission is that the distinction between "research" and "deployment" is official deceit.