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" Although circumstances may alter the relations in which he has stood towards them for some years so much to his satisfaction, he assures them he will never cease to feel the warmest interest in their welfare and honour, and that he will be at all times... "
The War in the Peninsula, and Wellington's Campaigns in France and Belgium ... - Page 361
by Herbert R. Clinton - 1878 - 471 pages
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The New sporting magazine, Volume 19

...Commander of the Forces once more requests the army to accept liis thanks. " Although circumstances may alter the relations in which he has stood towards them for years, so much to his satisfaction, he assures them he will ncter ceatc to feel the warmest interest...
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The general orders of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: ... in Portugal ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - France - 1837 - 592 pages
...the relations in which he has stood towards them, so much to his satisfaction, he assures them that he will never cease to feel the warmest interest in their welfare and honor, and that he will be at all times happy to be of any service to those to whose conduct, discipline,...
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Life of the Duke of Wellington: compiled from his Grace's ..., Volumes 1-2

George Soane - 1839
...relations in which he has stood towards them, so much to his satisfaction, he assures them that he shall never cease to feel the warmest interest in their welfare and honour; and that he will be at all times happy to be of any service to those to whose conduct, discipline, and gallantry, their...
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The General Orders of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington ... in Portugal ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1839 - 592 pages
...the relations in which he has stood towards them, so much to his satisfaction, he assures them that he will never cease to feel the warmest interest in their welfare and honor, and that he will be at all times happy to be of any service to those to whose conduct, discipline,...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'.

John William Carleton
...Commander of the Forees once more requests the army to accept his thanks. " Although circumstances may alter the relations In which he has stood towards them for years, so much to his satisfaction, he assures them he wdl never ceatc to feel the warmest interest...
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Life of ... the duke of Wellington

James Edward Alexander (sir.) - 1840
...commander of the forces once more requests the army to accept his thanks. " Although circumstances may alter the relations in which he has stood towards...interest in their welfare and honour; and that he will VOL. II. Z be at all times happy to be of any service to those to whose conduct, discipline, and gallantry,...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1844
...which he issued to the Army on taking leave of it at Bourdeaux, said :— " Although circumstances may alter the relations in which he has stood towards...them for some years, so much to his satisfaction, he asŤ sures them he will never cease to feel the warmest interest in their welfare and honour, and that...
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Adventures with the Connaught rangers, from 1808 to 1814, Volume 2

William Grattan - 1847
...promises for the future. His General Order contained the following words : — " Although circumstances may alter the relations in which he has stood towards...interest in their welfare and honour, and that he will be at all times happy to be of any service to those to whose conduct, discipline, and gallantry their...
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The Victories of the British Armies: With Anecdotes Illustrative of Modern ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1847 - 528 pages
...Commander of the Forces once more requests the army to accept his thanks. " Although circumstances may alter the relations in which he has stood towards...warmest interest in their welfare and honour ; and that Ce will at all times be happy to be of any service to those to whose conduct, discipline, and gallantry,...
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Historical Record of the Seventy-fourth Regiment (Highlanders): Containing ...

1847 - 146 pages
...Commander of the Forces once more requests the Army to accept his thanks. 4. Although circumstances may alter the relations in which he has stood towards...to feel the warmest interest in their welfare and honor, and that he will be at all times happy to be of any service to those to whose conduct, discipline,...
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