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� � 133 � � Potter鈥檚 Revisal, ch. 467, § 2. 最新地址发布页 Chapter XXXV It is perhaps not strange that Frederick should have imbibed a strong feeling of antipathy to Christianity. In his father鈥檚 life he had witnessed only its most repulsive caricature. While making the loudest protestations of piety, Frederick William, in his daily conduct, had manifested mainly only every thing that is hateful and of bad report. Still, it is quite evident that Frederick was not blind to the distinction between the principles of Christianity as taught by Jesus and developed in his life, and the conduct of those who, professing his name, trampled those principles beneath their feet. In one of his letters to Voltaire, dated Cirey, August 26, 1736, Frederick wrote: � � �