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" ... pieces, exclusive of those buried or thrown into the water, which have been recovered, and are now in our hands. The scene of the destruction of his armies surpasses all belief. One almost imagines that our eyes deceive us. Who has been able to effect... "
Northern Campaigns, from the Commencement of the War in 1812, to the ... - Page 197
by John Philippart - 1813
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The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion, Volume 2

1813
...officers, leaving his array dispersed, and abandoning his cannon, of which there are more than a thousand pieces, exclusive of those buried or thrown into the...? Without derogating from the merited glory of the Commauder-in-Chief of our armies, this distinguished General, who hat rendered to his country services...
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The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly ..., Volume 6

Military art and science - 1813
...cannon, of whicH there are more than a thousand pieces, exclusive of tho«« buried or thrown into lite water, which have been recovered, and are now in our hands : the «rcne f ihr <Iestj-uction of his armies surpasses all belief. One almost imagini'S that our eyes deceive...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volume 6

Europe - 1815
...recovered, and are now in our hands. — This scene of destruction surpasses all belief. We almost imagine that our eyes deceive us. Who has been able to effect...? Without derogating from the merited glory of the commander cluef of our armies, this distinguished general who has rendered to his country services...
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A Full and Circumstantial Account of the Memorable Battle of Waterloo: The ...

Christopher Kelly - Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815 - 1817 - 509 pages
...officers, leaving his army dispersed, and abandoning his cannon, of which there are more than obe thousand pieces, exclusive of those buried or thrown into the...armies surpasses all belief. One almost imagines that the eye is deceived. Who has been able to effect this ? Without derogating from the merited glory of...
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A full ... account of the ... battle of Waterloo, the second restoration of ...

Christopher Kelly - 1818
...officers, leaving his army dispersed, and abandoning his cannon, of which there are more than one thousand pieces, exclusive of those buried or thrown into the...armies surpasses all belief. One almost imagines that the eye is deceived. Who has been able to effect this ? Without derogating from the merited glory of...
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History of the French revolution, and of the wars resulting from that ...

John James M'Gregor - 1824
...officers, leaving his army dispersed, and abandoning his cannon, of which there are more than one thousand pieces, exclusive of those buried or thrown into the...eyes deceive us. Who has been able to effect this? Wrthotrt derogating from the merited glory of the Commander-in-Chief of our armies, this distinguished...
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