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" Europe at length approaches her deliverance, and England шау triumphantly look forward to reap, in conjunction with her Allies, that glory her unexampled and steady efforts in the common cause so justly entitle her to receive. "
The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion - Page 553
1813
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 64

1813
...length appreaffin Arr dttii-rrIntMgenff from the London Gazelle. faraarSto nap,tn conjunction with hrr allies,' that glory her unexampled and steady efforts in the common cause so juitly entitle her to receive. I wiih It had fallen to the lot of an ablef pen to .'••nil to yonr...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 25

Great Britain - 1814
...-Gen. ieipsig, Oel. 19, 1813. My Lord, — Europe at length approaches her deliverance, and England may triumphantly look forward to reap, in conjunction...Lordship the splendid events of these two last days ; but in'sndeavouring to relate the main facts, to seed them off without a moment's delay, I shall best do...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 84, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1814
...deliverance" from the power power and insults of a Wood-thirsty Tjrant, " and England triumphantly looki forward to reap, in conjunction with her Allies, that...the common cause so justly entitle her to receive." " When these ray prophecies shall be found, the Sun -shall shine upon my native kingdom of France,...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1814
...and steady efforts in die common cause so jusdy entitle her to receive. I with it had fallen to die lot of an abler pen to detail to your lordship the splendid events of dicte two last days ; but in endeavouring to relate the main facts, to send diem off without a moment's...
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An impartial history of the naval, military and political events in Europe ...

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...Leipsic, October 19th, 1813. My lord, Europe at length approaches her deliverance, and England may triumphantly look forward to reap, in conjunction...the splendid events of these two last days, but in endeavoring to relate the main facts, to send them off without a moment's delay, I shall beat do my...
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The history of the northern war; commencing in 1812, to the Congress at ...

John Hampdon - 1815
...until a fresh opportunity. " My Lord,—Europe at length approaches her deliverance, and England may triumphantly look forward to reap, in conjunction...the common cause so justly entitle her to receive. The collective loss, of above a hundred pieces of cannon, sixty thousand men, an immense number of...
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The Meteor; or, General censor

1817
...combat. Leipsic, Oct. 19, 1813. Mv Lord, — Europe at length approaches her deliverance, and England may triumphantly look forward to reap, in conjunction...detail to your lordship the splendid events of these tyro last days, but in endeavouringto relate the main facts, to send them off without a moment's delay,...
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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
...Leipsig, October 19, 1813 My Lord, " Europe at length approaches her deliverance, and England may triumphantly look forward to reap, in conjunction...detail to your lordship the splendid events of these Uro last days; bat in endeavouring to relate the main facts, to send them on' without a moment's delay,...
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A full ... account of the ... battle of Waterloo, the second restoration of ...

Christopher Kelly - 1818
...length approaches her deliverance, and England may triumphantly look forward to reap, in eonj unction with her allies, that glory her unexampled and steady efforts in the common cause so justly eolith her to receive. "I wish it had fallen to the lot of an abler pentodetail to your lordship the...
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Notes made during a tour in Denmark, Holstein [&c.]. Interspersed with some ...

R. Smith - 1827
...situation of the contending armies could * " Europe at length approaches her deliverance, and England may triumphantly look forward, to reap, in conjunction...GLORY,' her unexampled and steady efforts in the common cauae so justly entitle her to receive." SAXONV. 259 be stitl easily traced ; and many moro remains...
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