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" It is impossible to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years ; during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed 13 of 25 convents, and... "
The Life of His Grace Arthur, Duke, Marquis, and Earl of Wellington ... - Σελίδα 463
των Francis L. Clarke - 1817
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Τόμος 82,Μέρος 2;Τόμος 112

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...impossible to describe the joy of the people, of the town upon our entrance. They hare now been suffering for more than three years, during which time the French, among other acts of oppression, have destroyed 13 of 25 convents, and 22 of 25 colleges, which existed in this celebrated seat of learning....

The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly Register ..., Τόμος 4

1812
...impossible to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years, during which time the French, among other acts of oppression, have destroyed thirteen of twenty-five convents, and twenty-two of twenty-five colleges which existed...

The Life of the Most Noble Arthur, Marquis and Earl of Wellington ...

Francis L. Clarke, William Dunlap - 1814 - 423 σελίδες
...fire from eight pieces of cannon at the distance of three hundred yards from' the principal of the enemy's works, in hopes that the possession of it...indeed, much had they suffered for more than three ye»r», during which time the French, among other acts of oppression, had destroyed thirteen of twenty-five...

The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During His ..., Τόμος 9

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1837
...impossible to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years ; during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed 13 of 25 convents, and 22 of 25 colleges, which existed in...

The dispatches of ... the duke of Wellington, compiled by lieut ..., Τόμος 9

Arthur Wellesley (1st duke of Wellington.) - 1838
...impossible to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years ; during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed 13 of 25 convents, and 22 of 25 colleges, which existed in...

The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K. G. During His ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1838
...impossible to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years ; during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed 13 of 25 convents, and 22 of 25 colleges, which existed in...

Life of ... the duke of Wellington, Τόμος 2

sir James Edward Alexander - 1840
...says, " to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years; during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed thirteen out of twenty-five convents, and twenty-two of twentyfive...

The Wisdom of Wellington: Or, Maxims of the Iron Duke

Arthur Wellesley (1st duke of Wellington.), Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1852
...impossible to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years, during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed 1 3 out of 25 convents, and 22 of 25 colleges, which existed...

The patriot warrior: an historical sketch of the life of the duke of ...

Mary Atkinson Maurice - 1853
...Wellington, " to describe the joy of the people of the town upon our entrance. They have now been suffering for more than three years, during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed 13 out of 25 convents, and 22 of 25 colleges, which existed...

The great battles of the British army

Army - 1869
...the indescribable ioy of the inhabitants. " They have now," writes Lord Wellington, " been suffering for more than three years, during which time the French, among other acts of violence and oppression, have destroyed thirteen of twenty-five convents, and twenty-two of twenty-five...




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