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" I should be satisfied, and take my chance for the rest, and engage that we would play our part in the game. But, as it is, we are in a bad way. "
The dispatches of ... the duke of Wellington, compiled by lieut. colonel ... - Página 292
por Arthur Wellesley (1st duke of Wellington.) - 1838
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Life of ... the duke of Wellington, Volumen2

sir James Edward Alexander - 1840
...infantry, besides those you insist upon having in garrisons, the proportion settled by treaty that you are to furnish of cavalry, that is to say, the eighth...and take my chance for the rest, and engage that we should play our part in the game. But as it is we are in a bad way. . ." The Duke next proceeds to...
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Life of Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1845
...infantry, besides those you insist upon having in garrisons, the proportion settled by treaty that yoa are to furnish of cavalry, that is to say, the eighth...Lordship will take this proposition into consideration. ****** " If," he said, " I have done any thing wrong or unbecoming my own character, or that of the...
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Story of the Battle of Waterloo

George Robert Gleig - 1847 - 310 páginas
...infantry, besides those you insist upon having in garrisons, the proportion settled by treaty that you are to furnish of cavalry, that is to say, the eighth of 150,000, including in both the old German Legion, and 150 pieces of British field-artillery fully horsed, I...
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The Wisdom of Wellington: Or, Maxims of the Iron Duke

Arthur Wellesley (1st duke of Wellington.), Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1852
...branch of war. Brussels, April 6th, 1815. With 40,000 British infantry and 150 pieces of artillery, I should be satisfied, and take my chance for the...part in the game. But as it is, we are in a bad way. To Earl Bathurst. Napoleon, on his part, was indefatigable in collecting artillery from all quarters....
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The Life of Field-Marshal Arthur, Duke of Wellington, Volumen1

Charles Duke Yonge - 1860
...infantry, besides those which were " to be employed in garrison; 17,000 or 18,000 cavalry, 1815. " including in both the old German Legion, and 150 " pieces of British artillery fully horsed, he should be " satisfied, and would take his chance for the rest, and " engage...
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Waterloo: Napoleon's Last Campaign

Christopher Hibbert - 1998 - 280 páginas
...keep the Emperor in Paris. But he was haunted by his old desire for 40,000 British infantry; with them "I should be satisfied, and take my chance for the rest, and engage that we should play our part in the game." That thought was in his mind one day, when he met Mr. Creevey in...
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Journal of the Royal United Service Institution, Volumen34

1890
...hostilities in 1815, he says: "If you could let me have the proportion settled by treaty that you are to furnish of cavalry, that is to say, the eighth of 150,000 .-men . . . . 1 should be satisfied and take my chance of the rest . . . . as it is, we are in a bad way."...
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