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" French had taken the fortress of Kehl, levied contributions throughout the whole empire, and overrun the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In vain I represented to the empire till I was tired, that the aggression of France ought to... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 296
1810
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The Universal magazine, Volume 16

1811
...Spain declared against us. It was in vain that I almost killed myself in representing to the empire, that the aggression of France ought to make it declare in our favour : three electors protested against this declaration, saying, that toe invasion did not concern the head f the empire : that it was only...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 5

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1811
...the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In vain I represented to the empire, till 1 was tired, that the aggression of France ought to...protested against such declaration, alleging, that this invasion concerned only the head of the empire; that it was only a passage through, for the purpose...
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The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly ..., Volume 3

Military art and science - 1811
...the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In rain I represented to the Empire till was tired, that the aggression of France ought to...three Electors protested against such declaration, alledging, that this invasion concerned oiriy the head of the Empire; that it was only a passage through...
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Memoirs of Prince Eugene, of Savoy

Charles Joseph prince de Ligne - Europe - 1811 - 238 pages
...Spain declared against us. It was in vain that I almost killed myself in representing to the Empire, that the aggression of France ought to make it declare in our favour : three Electors protested against this declaration, saying, that the invasion did not concern the head of the Empire : that it was only...
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Select Reviews, Volume 5

1812
...throughout the whole empire, and overrun the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In \-ain I represented to the empire, till I was tired, that...protested against such declaration, alleging, that this invasion concerned only the head of the empire; that it was only a passage through, for the purpose...
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The Life of Prince Eugene, of Savoy: From His Own Original Manuscript

Charles Joseph prince de Ligne - Europe - 1812 - 67 pages
...the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In vain I represented to the Empire till was tired, that the aggression of France ought to...three Electors protested against such declaration, alledging, that this invasion concerned only the head of the Empire ; that it was only a passage through...
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Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 8

1827
...levied contributions throughout the whole empire, and overrun the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In vain I represented to the...protested against such declaration, alleging that this invasion concerned only the head of the empire ; that it was merely a passage through for the purpose...
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The Life of Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury

Edward Herbert Baron Herbert of Cherbury - Great Britain - 1830 - 171 pages
...levied contributions throughout the whole empire, and overrun the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In vain I represented to the...protested against such declaration, alleging that this invasion concerned only the head of the empire ; that it was merely a passage through for the purpose...
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Autobiographies: A Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 8

Autobiographies - 1830
...throughout the whole empire, and overrun the Milanese. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In vain 1 represented to the empire till I was tired, that the...protested against such declaration, alleging that this invasion concerned only the head of the empire ; that it was merely a passage through for ourpose of...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 30

Monthly literary register - 1810
...each obliged by the emperor 33!) the whole Empire, and overrun the Milanee. Sardinia and Spain had declared against us. In vain I represented to the...declare in our favour : three electors protested against inch declaration, alleging (hat this invalion concerned only the head of the Empire; that it was only...
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