It is not in the power of any man to give a complete judgment on theconduct of Princes; we never see them but in their provinces, among theirsubjects, or in battle. I have not the vanity to think myself capableof judging the conduct of the King, and of his ministers, but they leaveme no room to complain. Whenever I have exercised the royal power, whichI have done very frequently, it was with the public interests alonein view. I shall only add, that I have always had great pleasure, andof great advantage, from the friendship and acquaintance I have had withthe King; and that I have reason to believe, that as soon as his affairsare more collected, he will be more than ever disposed to favor theFrench; because he has always been, and continues to be, the friend ofthe house of Bourbon, his ancestor.
I have never found, till this day, that Madame Dufour ever had afavour for me; she has not been at the best of her health, whichis sufficiently accounted for, I believe, by her aversion for me. Self-interest would seem to be the first passion of a woman. It is the first thing I have ever noted in her. She is one of the mostjudicious of creatures, but she has no affection for anyone, I believe,of her own sex, and no friendship for any but such as stand in need ofher services, and have no means of rendering them to her.
Madame de Boissy did not have the least objection to me; her wholeaffection was for the son of her friend, whom she had a great dealmore reason to love than to hate; and yet I cannot think that, if shehad loved him, she would have had anything to say against me; nor do Ithink that a person who loves a son and a daughter-in-law, and whosenarly interests are opposed to those of the other, has any motive tohinder the marriage. And even with Mademoiselle de Valois, the wifeof Monsieur de Pompadour, and the mother of Madame de Pompadour, whoenvied the favour the King had done her, she did not take any steps toprevent my marriage, and she was herself very much in my favour. And who knows what we might not have done together. I would not say this aloud.
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