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" ... troops to the slaughter to cause a great number of officers to be knocked on the head in a battle, or against stone walls, in order to fill his pockets by disposing of their commissions. "
History of England Comprising the Reign of Queen Anne Until the Peace of ... - Página 253
de Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1872
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The Queen's Comrade: The Life and Times of Sarah, Duchess of ..., Volumen 2

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1901
...House of Lords by Earl Poulett, who in the heat of a debate referred to " a certain general who led his troops to the slaughter, to cause a great number of...battle, or against stone walls, in order to fill his pocket by disposing of their commissions." The duke heard this with silent contempt, but when the House...
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Charles George Gordon

Sir William Francis Butler - 1901 - 255 páginas
...Blenheim with bread, and if he " led troops to the slaughter that a great number of officers might thereby be knocked on the head in a battle, or against stone...fill his pockets by disposing of their commissions," he at least took care that his soldiers should never be without food, and that the battles and the...
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Marlborough: His Life and Times, Book Two

Winston Churchill - 2002 - 1080 páginas
...Nobody [he said] could doubt of the Duke of Ormonde's courage and bravery; but that he was not like a certain General, who led troops to the slaughter...in order to fill his pockets by disposing of their commissions."1 Finally Oxford, speaking again, gave the most positive assurances that neither he nor...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volumen 13

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - 1828
...secret orders not to fight, said of him. " that he did not геяетЫв a certain general, who led his troops to the slaughter to cause a great number of...fill his pockets by disposing of their commissions." Marlborough heard him in silence, but as soon as the house rose, sent a message to him by Lord Mohun,...
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