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" French army ; nor even if they were 60,000 men on each side, or possibly even 80,000 men on each side. ' It is clear, however, that wherever he went he carried with him an obvious advantage. I don't think that I ought to be quoted as calling that advantage... "
Miscellanies - Стр. 100
редактор(ы): - 1863 - Страниц: 128
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The London Quarterly Review, Объемы 113-114

1863
...reinforcement of 40,000 men under all possible circumstances. ' I quite agree that the Duke of Marlborongh is the greatest man that ever appeared at the head...movements or intentions,' whether to fight or otherwise. Bat, on the other hand, I Lad armies to cooperate with me, upon whose operations I coulJ not reckon,...
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The Living Age ..., Том 76

1863
...think that I ought to be quoted as calling that advantage as equal to a reinforcement of forty thousand men under all possible circumstances. " I quite agree...contend with in respect to his operations and the his presence at a battle being equal ^oa re- ] command of his troops in the field than I inforcement...
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Miscellanies, collected and ed. by earl Stanhope

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl) - 1863
...England,' I had some thoughts of inserting a passage as follows, relative to the Duke of Marlhorough. "The time is not come for comparing together the conquerors...army. He had greater difficulties to contend with iu respect to his operations and the command of his troops in the field than I had. I had no Dutch...
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The Quarterly Review, Том 113

1863
...80,000 men on each side. ' It is clear, however, that wherever ho went he carried with him an obvions advantage. I don't think that I ought to be quoted...to control my movements or intentions, whether to tight or otherwise. But, on the other hand, I had armies to co-operate with me, upon whose operations...
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The Quarterly review VOL.113 January&April,1863

The Quarterly review VOL.113 January&April,1863 - 1863
...however, that wherever he went he carried with him an obvious advantage. I don't think that I ought to bo quoted as calling that advantage as equal to a reinforcement...to control my movements or intentions, whether to light or otherwise. But, on the other hand, I had armies to co-opcrato with me, upon whose operations...
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The Living Age ..., Том 76

1863
...think that I ought to be quoted as calling that advantage as equal to a reinforcement of forty thousand men under all possible circumstances. " I quite agree...that ever appeared at the head of a British army. " This is a very loose way of talking ; but | " He had greater difficulties to contend the idea is...
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New Monthly Magazine, Объемы 127-128

1863
...position— its advantages and difficulties— and that of the Duke of Marlborough, whom he considers as " the greatest man that ever appeared at the head of a British army." He, at the same time, sends to Lord Stanhope a letter preserved in the French Dépôt général de la Guerre,...
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Life of General Sir William Napier, Том 2

Henry Austin Bruce Baron Aberdare - 1864
...making himself Stadtholder. The result is, that he appears a less great man than he really was.* * "I quite agree that the Duke of Marlborough is the...that ever appeared at the head of a British army. He hud greater difficulties to contend with, in respect to his operations and the command of his troops...
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The Quarterly Review, Объемы 128-129

1870
...and generally commanded an army superior to his opponent in the field. ' I quite agree (he states) that the Duke of Marlborough is the greatest man that ever appeared at the head of a British army.' But it happens oddly enough that, in the campaigns by which he won his laurels, the Duke of Marlborough...
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The Quarterly Review, Объемы 128-129

1870
...army superior to his opponent in the field. ' I quite agree (he states) that the Duke of Marl borough is the greatest man that ever appeared at the head of a British army.' But it happens oddly enough that, in the campaigns by which he won his laurels, the Duke of Marlborough...
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