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" England more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British officer. On your decision depends whether our country shall be degraded in the eyes of Europe, or whether she shall rear her head higher than ever... "
Vol.1,2, by lt. col. Williams History of the wars caused by the French ... - Page 156
by William Freke Williams - 1864
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The Life of Nelson

Robert Southey - 1836 - 309 pages
...ships. — Here you are, with almost the safety, certainly with the honour, of England, more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British officer. On your decision depends whether ourcountry shall be degraded in the eyes of Europe, or whether she shall rear her head higher than...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 6

Child rearing - 1843
...ships. — Here you are, with almost the safety^ certainly with the honour, of Englandj more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British officer. On your decision Depends whether ourcountry shall be degraded in the eyes of Europe, or whether she shall rear her head higher than...
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History of Europe (from 1789 to 1815).

sir Archibald Alison (1st bart.) - 1843
...the present moinrnt. Here you are with almost all the safety, certainly all the honour of Kn^land, more entrusted to you than ever yet fell to the lot of a British officer. On yonr decision depends whether our country shall br degraded in t'te eyes of Enrops,...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes ..., Volume 4

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1845
...would listen to reason and its true interest. By Mr. Vansittart's account, their state of preparation exceeds what he conceives our Government thought possible,...Therefore here you are, with almost the safety, certainly with the honour of England more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British Officer....
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes ..., Volume 4

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1845
...would listen to reason and its true interest. By Mr. Vansittart's account, their state of preparation exceeds what he conceives our Government thought possible,...Therefore here you are, with almost the safety, certainly with the honour of England more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British Officer....
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The Dispatches and Letters of Vice Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson ..., Volume 4

Horatio Nelson Nelson (Viscount), Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - Admirals - 1845
...would listen to reason and its true interest. By Mr. Vansittart's account, their state of preparation exceeds what he conceives our Government thought possible,...Therefore here you are, with almost the safety, certainly with the honour of England more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British Officer....
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The history of England, from the accession of George iii., 1760 ..., Volume 5

Thomas Smart Hughes - 1846
...Here you are (said Nelson) with almost the safety, certainly with the honor of England more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British officer : on your decision it depends, whether our country shall be degraded in the eyes of Europe, or whether she shall rear...
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The life of Horatio, lord Nelson

1847 - 182 pages
...would listen to reason and its true interest. By Mr. Vansittart's account, their state of preparation exceeds what he conceives our government thought possible,...the safety, certainly the honour, of England more intrusted to you, than ever yet fell to the lot of any British officer. On your decision depends whether...
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Nelson; the Public and Private Life of Horatio, Viscount Nelson: As Told by ...

George Lathom Browne - Admirals - 1891 - 472 pages
...get at them with the least risk of our ships. By Mr. Vansittart's account, their state of preparation exceeds what he conceives our Government thought possible,...honour of England more entrusted to you, than ever fell to the lot of a British officer. On your decision depends whether our country shall be degraded...
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The Influence of Sea Power Upon the French Revolution and Empire ..., Volume 2

Alfred Thayer Mahan - France - 1892
...seeks to stir his superior to lose no more. " Almost the safety, certainly the honor, of England is more entrusted to you than ever yet fell to the lot of any British officer ; . . . never did our country depend so much on the success of any fleet as of this." Having thus shown...
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