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" We have been completely deceived by the contemptible fellows chosen as correspondents to the armies ; and now the discovery comes a little too late. Charles is not yet arrived ; his was one of the best regiments that left Lisbon, and was not intended... "
Miscellanies - Стр. 63
редактор(ы): - 1863 - Страниц: 128
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The London Quarterly Review, Объемы 113-114

1863
...Lisbon, and was not intended to join us, if I in compassion to his melancholy cjuntenanej had not foun 1 a pretext. We are in a scrape ; but I hope we shall...better ; their appearance and good conduct surprise the g(£en Spaniards, who had iever before seen any but their own or French • soldiers. • ' Farewell,...
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Miscellanies, collected and ed. by earl Stanhope

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl) - 1863
...time ago your letter of the 24th October. I shall be very glad to receive James,1 if he wishes to come to me as an extra aide-de-camp, though I have already...news. The troops are in as good spirits as if things Avere better ; their appearance and good conduct surprise the green Spaniards, who had never before...
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The Living Age ..., Том 76

1863
...not intended to join us, if I in compassion to his melancholy countenance had not found a prctext. We are in a scrape ; but I hope we shall have spirit to gct out of it. You must, however, be prepared to hear very bad news. " The troops are in as good spirits...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Том 61

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1864
...\ury precarious; and when we all join, we shall be very inferior to the enemy. The Spanish governmont is weak and imbecile ; their armies have at no time...hope we shall have spirit to get out of it. You must be prepared, however, to hear very bad news; the troops are in as good spirits as if things were better...
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Stirring stories of peace and war, by sea and land

James Macaulay - 1885 - Страниц: 400
...with only a third of my force ; and as the Spaniards have been dispersed in all quarters, my juncture with the other two-thirds is very precarious ; and...hope we shall have spirit to get out of it. You must be prepared, however, to hear very bad news; the troops are in as good spirits as if things were better;...
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Lady Hester Lucy Stanhope: a new light on her life and love affairs

Frank Hamel - 1913 - Страниц: 348
...have been completely deceived by the contemptible fellows chosen as correspondents to the enemies ; and now the discovery comes a little too late. Charles...better ; their appearance and good conduct surprise the grave Spaniards, who had never before seen any but their own or French soldiers. "Farewell, my dear...
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The Caledonian, Том 16

1916
...Lady Hester have been preserved, in one of which, written at Salmanaca, November 23, 1808, he writes: "We are in a scrape, but I hope we shall have spirit...of it. You must, however, be prepared to hear very sad news," and concludes: "Farewell, my dear Lady Hester. If I extricate my army and those with me...
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The Peninsular War

Roger Parkinson - 2000 - Страниц: 208
...all join we shall be very inferior to the enemy. The Spanish Government is weak and imbecile . . . We are in a scrape; but I hope we shall have spirit...must, however, be prepared to hear very bad news. On the 26th Moore heard from Baird, whose advance troops were at Astorga, that the French were believed...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Том 33;Том 96

1881
...prospects against the French, who vastly outnumbered the English forces, and their Spanish allies : " We are in a scrape ; but I hope we shall have spirit...and good conduct surprise the green Spaniards, who have never before seen any but their own or French soldiers. Farewell my dear Lady Hester. If I extricate...
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The Quarterly Review, Том 113

1863
...best regiments that left Lisbon, and was not intended to join us, if I in compassion to his'melancholy countenance had not found a pretext. We are in a scrape;...shall have spirit to get out of it. You must, however, bo prepared to hear very bad news. ' The troops are in as good spirits as if things were better ; their...
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