Note 069
From Chapter 66 of the Decline & Fall

I had forgot another popular and orthodox protester: a favorite hound, who usually lay quiet on the foot-cloth of the emperor's throne but who barked most furiously while the act of union was reading without being silenced by the soothing or the lashes of the royal attendants (Syropul. p. 265, 266).

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