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" I hope the People of England will be satisfied! - I hope my Country will do me justice! "
The life of lieutenant-general sir John Moore - Страница 227
по James Carrick Moore - 1834
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Memorials of the Late War, Том 1

1828 - 319 страници
...one-and-twenty years, be said to him, " Anderson, you know that I have always wished to die in this way. You will see my friends as soon as you can . . . tell...every thing . . . say to my mother ..." Here his voice failing, he became excessively agitated, and did not again venture to name her. Sometimes he asked...

Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications, Томове 27–28

Constable and co, ltd - 1828
...one-and-twenty years, he said to him, " Anderson, you know that I have always wished to die in this way. You will see my friends as soon as you can . . . tell...every thing . . . say to my mother ..." Here his voice failing, he became excessively agitated, and did not again venture iJo name her. Sometimes he asked...

History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France, from ..., Том 1

William Francis Patrick Napier - 1828
...an unsubdued spirit, as if anticipating the baseness of his posthumous calumniators, he exclaimed, " I hope the people of England will be satisfied! I hope my country will do me justice!" The battle was scarcely ended, when his corpse, wrapped in a military cloak, was interred by the officers...

History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France, from ..., Том 1

William Francis Patrick Napier - 1828 - 2 страници
...unsubdued spirit, as if anticipating the baseness of his posthumous calumniators, he exclaimed, " / hope the people of England will be satisfied! I hope my country will do me justice T The battle was scarcely ended, when his corpse, wrapped in a military cloak, was interred by the...

History of the Peninsular War ...

Robert Southey - 1828
...one-and-twenty years, he said to him, " Anderson, you know that I have always wished to die this way... You will see my friends as soon as you can : . . tell them every * The historian of Marshal the hope of impeding the French Soult's campaigns in i 809 states in their...

Annals of the Peninsular campaigns, by the author of Cyril Thornton

Thomas Hamilton - 1829
...waning, and little more than a glimmering Io09. January of ^e remained, he said to Colonel Anderson, " / hope the people of England will be satisfied ! I hope my country will do me justice." After a while, he pressed the hand of Colonel Anderson to his body ; and in a few minutes died without...

Annals of the Peninsular Campaigns: From MDCCCVIII to MDCCCXIV.

Thomas Hamilton - 1829
...and little more than a glimmering Januar of ^e remained, he said to Colonel Anderson, "I hope (fie people of England will be satisfied ! I hope my country will do me justice." After a while, he pressed the hand of Colonel Anderson to his body ; and in a few minutes died without...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 27

1830
...was fast waning, and little more than a glimmering of life remained, he said to Colonel Anderson, ' 1 hope the people of England will be satisfied ! I hope my country will do mejustice.' After awhile, he pressed the hand of Colonel Anderson to his body ; and in a few minutes...

Lives of the Most Eminent British Military Commanders: Robert Lord Clive ...

George Robert Gleig - 1832
...and which he repeated to every one he knew as they came in. ' I hope the people of England will he satisfied ; I hope my country will do me justice !...them every thing. Say to my mother ' Here his voice quite failed, and he was excessively agitated. ' Hope — Hope — I have much to say to him — hut...

Memorials of the Late War ...: Journal of a soldier of the Seventy-first ...

1831
...one-and-tweuty years, he said to him, " Anderson, you know that I have always wished to die in this way. You will see my friends as soon as you can . . . tell...every thing . . . say to my mother ..." Here his voice failing, he became excessively agitated, and did not again venture to name her. Sometimes he asked...




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