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The General Biographical Dictionary - Page 332
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 27

1809
...beaten?" On being assured of this fact by severnf nflicers, who arrived in succession, he exclaimed: " 1 hope the people of England will be satisfied ! I hope my country will do me justice I" Then addressing himself to one of his aid- de-camps, he continued : " Von Ğill see my friends ağ...
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Operations of the British Army in Spain: Involving Broad Hints to the ...

Author of Operations of the British army in Spain - Great Britain - 1809 - 88 pages
...as they entered the room. On being assured by all, that the French were beaten, he exclaimed — ' I hope the people of England -will be satisfied. I hope my country will do was proceeding up the ship's side, when the boatman drew a poniard, and stabbed him aslant the ribs,...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 30

1810
...then asked, • Are the French beaten Г which he repeated to every one he knew as they came in. ' I hope the people of England will be satisfied ! I hope my country will do me justice ! — Anderson, you will see my friends as soon as you can ; tell them every thing — say to my mother...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1810
...expressed how great a satisfaction it was to him to know that they were defeated. " I hope," he said, "the people of England will be satisfied ! I hope my country will do me justice." Then, addressing Colonel Anderson, who had been his friend and companion in arms for one-and-twenty...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 1

Walter Scott - Europe - 1810
...expressed how great a satisfaction it was to him to know that they were defeated. " I hope," he said, "the people of England will be satisfied ! I hope My country will do me justice." Then, addressing Colonel Anderson, who had been his friend and companion in arms for one-and-twenty...
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The Royal military chronicle; or, The British officer's monthly ..., Volumes 1-5

1811
...then asked* ' Are the French beaten ?' which he repeated to every one he knew, as they came in. • I hope the people of England will be satisfied ! — I hope my country will do me justice, !' — ' Anderson, — you will see my friends as soon as you can. — Tell them — every thing. —...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 51

Edmund Burke - History - 1811
...— You know," said ho to his friend Colonel Anderson, " that I have always wished to die this way. I hope the people of England will be satisfied: I hope my country will do me justice." The remainder of his moments were consecrated to tender remembrances, and enquiries about the fate...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2, Part 2

Europe - 1811
...knew, as they entered the room. On being assured by all that the French were beaten, he exclaimed, Ğ I hope the people of England will be satisfied. I hope my country will do me justice. You will see my friends as soon as you possibly can — tell them every thing — say to my mother'...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 22

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1815
...blanket to the rear. In raising him for that purpose, his sword, hanging on the wounded side, touched his arm, and became entangled between his legs. I...friends for whose welfare he seemed anxious to offer his last prayers, the power of utterance was lost, and he died in a few minutes without a struggle....
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The general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers

New and general biographical dictionary - 1815
...very distinct voice, ' It is as well as it is; I had rather it should go out of the field with me.'" Baird while the surgeons were dressing his shattered...friends for whose welfare he seemed anxious to offer his last prayers, the power of utterance was lost, and he died in a few minutes without a struggle....
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