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" ... than any army with which I have ever served, or of which I have ever read ; yet this army has met with no disaster; it has suffered no privations, which but trifling attention on the part of the officers could not have prevented ; and for which there... "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During His Various ... - Página 579
de Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington, John Gurwood - 1837
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volumen 75

1813
...privaiioiu, which but bitting attention On the part of the officer« could not have prevented, and for which there existed no reason whatever in the nature of the »ervice ; nor has it suffered any hardships, excepting those resulting from the necessity of being...
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The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly ..., Volumen 5

1812
...privations, which but trifling attention on the part uf the Officers could not have prevented, *nd for which there existed no reason whatever in the nature of the service ; nor ha» it Buffered any hardships, e?<cepting those resulting from the necessity of hfinjfx:•••>•.!...
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The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion

...suffered no privations which but trifling attention on the part of the officers could have prevented, and for which there existed no reason whatever, in the nature of the service." This is another most admissible fact. There were divisions of the army which suffered no privations,...
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An impartial history of the naval, military and political events in Europe ...

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...privation*, which but trifling attention on the part of the officers, cou'd not have preveutcd, and for which there existed no reason whatever in the nature of the service ; nor has it suffer ed any hardships, excepting those resulting from the necessity of being exposed to the inclemencies...
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A Full and Circumstantial Account of the Memorable Battle of Waterloo: The ...

Christopher Kelly - 1817 - 509 páginas
...privations, which but trifling attention on the part of the officers could not have prevented ; and for which there existed no reason whatever in the...being exposed to the inclemencies of the weather at a time when they were most severe. It must be obvious, however, to every officer, that from the moment...
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A full ... account of the ... battle of Waterloo, the second restoration of ...

Christopher Kelly - 1818
...privations, which but trifling attention on the part of the officers could not have prevented ; and for which there existed no reason whatever in the...being exposed to the inclemencies of the weather at a time when they were most severe. It most be obvious, however, to every officer, that from the moment...
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The general orders of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: ... in Portugal ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1837 - 592 páginas
...privations, which but trifling attention on the part of the Officers could not have prevented, and for which there existed no reason whatever in the...the weather, at a moment when they were most severe. moment the troops commenced their retreat from the neighbourhood of Burgos on the one hand, and from...
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The General Orders of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington ... in Portugal ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1839 - 592 páginas
...privations, which but trifling attention on the part of the Officers could not have prevented, and for which there existed no reason whatever in the...the weather, at a moment when they were most severe. moment the troops commenced their retreat from the neighbourhood of Burgos on the one hand, and from...
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HISTORY OF EUROPE DURING THE FRENCG REVOLUTION

ARCHIBALD ALISON - 1840
...•which but trifling attention on the part of the officers could not law prevented ; it has suffered no hardships excepting those resulting from the necessity...being exposed to the inclemencies of the weather at a Never was a document published by a British com- CHAP. mander which produced a stronger sensation,...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1842 - 939 páginas
...no privations which but trifling attention on the part of the officers could not have prevented, and for which there existed no reason whatever in the nature of the service ; nor nas it suffered any hardships excepting those resulting from the necessity of oeing exposed to the...
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