Prussian nobility took up loans under pretext of improving their estates, but really spent most of the money in keeping up their habitual style of living, in gambling, trips to Berlin and the provincial chefs-lieux etc. For the nobility considered it their first duty to live according to their social status, and the first duty of the state seemed to them to enable them to do so. And so,

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