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" French general was said to have lost five thousand men in the siege; whereas the loss of the garrison, which at first fell short of three thousand men, did not exceed one hundred. The capitulation imported, that the garrison should march out with all... "
History of the French in India: From the Founding of Pondichery in 1674 to ... - Page 16
by George Bruce Malleson - 1868 - 583 pages
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The Bravest of the Brave, Or, With Peterborough in Spain

George Alfred Henty - Adventure stories - 1887 - 352 pages
...and he therefore agreed to surrender in four days should no relief arrive. The terms agreed upon were that the garrison should march out with all the honours of war, and should be transported by sea to San Felix, and escorted thence to Gerona; but as a few hours later...
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Book of the Rhine from Cleve to Mainz, by S. Barring-Gould ... With Eight ...

Sabine Baring-Gould - Legends - 1906 - 345 pages
...at the door, and negotiations were entered into. The terms of capitulation were readily assented to, that the garrison should march out with all the honours of war, and be accorded their lives. The Spanish soldiery were drawn up in lines, and drums beat and fifes...
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Book of the Rhine from Cleve to Mainz, by S. Barring-Gould ... With Eight ...

Sabine Baring-Gould - Legends - 1906 - 345 pages
...at the door, and negotiations were entered into. The terms of capitulation were readily assented to, that the garrison should march out with all the honours of war, and be accorded their lives. The Spanish soldiery were drawn up in lines, and drums beat and fifes...
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