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" ... laid out in building, at Longwood, huts covered with pitched paper, which are no longer of any use. You have prohibited every kind of intercourse between us and the inhabitants of the island ; you have, in fact, converted... "
History of the Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: From the Letters and ... - Página 229
de William Forsyth, Sir Hudson Lowe - 1853
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Niles Weekly Register, Volumen 12

1817
...fitting up at Longwood a hut, covered with paper, which is already unserviceable. You have interedicted all correspondence between us and the inhabitants of the island — you have, in fact, placed the house at I,ongwood i»u secret — you have even prevented any communication with the officers...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

1817
...fitting up at Loogwood a hat, covered with paper, which is already unserviceable. Yon have interdicted all correspondence between us and the inhabitants of the island — you have in fact placed the house at Lnngwood au teeret — you haw even prevented any communication with the officers of the...
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Niles Weekly Register, Volumen 12

1817
...fitting up at Longwood a hut, covered with paper, which is already unsei-viceable. You have interedicted all correspondence between us and; the inhabitants of the island — you have, id fact, placed the house at Longwood au •ecret — you have even prevented any communication with...
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Observations on Lord Bathurst's Speech in the House of Peers, on March 18 ...

1818 - 173 páginas
...in building at Longwood some cottages covered with pitched paper, which are already out of repair. You have forbidden all correspondence between us and the inhabitants of the isle ; you have in fact placed the house of Longwood in a state of exclusion ; you have even fettered...
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The Pamphleteer, Volumen 12

Abraham John Valpy - 1818
...in building at Longwood some cottages covered with pitched paper, which are already out of repair. You have forbidden all correspondence between us and the inhabitants of the isle •, you have in fact placed the house of Longwood in a state of exclusion ; you have even fettered...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volumen 10

1821
...fitting up at Longwood a hut, covered with paper, which is already unserviceable. You have interdicted all correspondence between us and the inhabitants of the island — you have, in fact, placed the house at Longwood au secret- — yon have prevented any communication with the officers of the...
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Mémorial de Sainte Hélène: Journal of the Private Life and ..., Volumen 3

Emmanuel-Auguste-Dieudonné comte de Las Cases, Napoleon I (Emperor of the French) - 1823
...covered with pitched paper, which are no longer of any use. You have prohibited every kind of intercourse between us and the inhabitants of the island ; you have, in fact, converted Longwood House iuto a secret prison ; you have even thrown difficulties in the• way of...
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The last days of the emperor Napoleon

Francesco Antommarchi - 1825
...covered with pitched paper, which are no longer of any use. You have prohibited every kind of intercourse between us and the inhabitants of the island ; you have, in fact, converted Longwood House into a secret prison; you have even thrown difficulties in the way of our...
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The Last Days of Napoleon: Memoirs of the Last Two Years of Napoleon's Exile

Francesco A. Antommarchi - 1826
...covered with pitched paper, which are no longer of any use. You have prohibited every kind of intercourse between us and the inhabitants of the island ; you have, in fact, converted Longwood House into a secret prison ; you have even thrown difficulties in the way of our...
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The Life, Exile, and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon, Volumen 3

Emmanuel-Auguste-Dieudonné comte de Las Cases - 1835
...covered with pitched paper, which are no longer of any use. You have prohibited every kind of intercourse between us and the inhabitants of the island ; you have, in fact, converted Longwood House into a secret prison ; you have even thrown difficulties in the way of our...
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