Excerpt from Russia and the Russians in 1842, Vol. 1
When natives of other European countries have resided for some time in Russia, and on their return home express themselves unfavourably respect ing what they have seen and heard there, the Russians are accustomed to charge ... them with ingratitude, and to say, We gave you a kind and cordial reception; you enjoyed yourselves while you were among us, and now in return you traduce us behind our backs, betray the confidence that we placed in you. And proclaim our secrets to all the world.
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