The one exception is that of royalty. Persons still are born to the throne; no one, not of the reigning family, can ever occupy it, and no one even of that family can, by any means but the course of hereditary succession, attain it.

I must, however, previously remark, that the power of generalizing ideas, to any great extent, is not very common amongst men or women.

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