¶ "He had an intense appreciation of the good things of life; good wine, good music, were appreciated to the full; his capacity for enjoyment was not marred by any pangs of doubt as to whether the course he happened to be pursuing was right. It was always right—always inevitable. He once said that he never regretted anything he had done—his only regret was for the opportunities for enjoyment which he had foregone or missed. Above all, he enjoyed the success of his own policy and was rightly proud of the service he...

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