Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K. G.: Waterloo, the campaign in France, and the capitulation of Paris by a military convention with the allied British and Prussian armies, 1815

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Arthur Richard Wellesley Wellington (2d duke of)
J. Murray, 1863 - Great Britain
 

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Page 322 - Who, after having communicated to each other their respective full powers, found to be in due and proper form, have agreed upon and concluded the following Articles : — ARTICLE I.
Page 434 - I am commanded by my Lords Commissioners of the -Admiralty to acquaint you, for the information of the Secretary of State for...
Page 530 - Bulow, upon the enemy's flank, was a most decisive one; and even if I had not found myself in a situation to make the attack, which produced the final result, it would have forced the enemy to retire, if his attacks should have failed, and would have prevented him from taking advantage of them, if they should unfortunately have succeeded.
Page 578 - My Lord Duke, 'Your Grace's most obedient 'And very humble servant, 'QUINTUS SLIDE.
Page 537 - I have every reason to be satisfied with the manner in which Mr. McGrigor conducted the department under his directions, and I consider him one of the most able, industrious, and successful public servants I have ever met with.
Page 358 - ... se seront retirés au premier avertissement des autorités civiles ou militaires, ou même depuis, lorsqu'ils n'auront été saisis que hors des lieux de la réunion séditieuse, sans opposer de résistance et sans armes.
Page 360 - Si le discours contient une provocation directe à la désobéissance aux lois ou autres actes de l'autorité publique, ou s'il tend à soulever ou armer une partie des citoyens contre les autres , le ministre du culte qui...
Page 356 - Si la correspondance avec les sujets d'une puissance ennemie, sans avoir pour objet l'un des crimes énoncés en l'article précédent, a néanmoins eu pour résultat de fournir aux ennemis des instructions nuisibles à la situation militaire ou politique de la France ou de ses alliés...
Page 341 - France un foyer de désordres et de bouleversemens pour les autres États. Elles respecteront la liberté de la France partout où elle ne sera pas incompatible avec leur propre sûreté et avec la tranquillité générale de l'Europe. . Dans .le cas actuel, le droit des Souverains alliés d'intervenir dans la question du régime intérieur de la France est d'autant plus incontestable, que l'abolition du pouvoir que l'on prétend y...
Page 402 - Simultaneously with his advance upon my lines, he had thrown over in his boats a considerable force to the other side of the river. These, having landed, were hardy enough to advance against the works of General Morgan, and, what is strange and difficult to account for, at the very moment when their entire discomfiture was looked for with a confidence approaching to certainty, the Kentucky reinforcements...

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