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" ... Grouchy's corps. He replied, " certainly ; and I can now scarcely comprehend why it was a Prussian division and not that of Grouchy." I then took the liberty of asking, whether, if neither Grouchy nor the Prussians had arrived, it would not have been... "
The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany - Page 148
1822
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History of the Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: From the ..., Volume 1

William Forsyth - 1853
...(mezzo giorno). I would have gained every thing ; I had gained every thing ; I beat the Prussians ; but accident, or more likely destiny, decided that Lord Wellington should gain it, and he did so. He was fortunate ; accident and destiny favored him. I could scarcely have believed...
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The Table Talk and Opinions of Napoleon Buonaparte

Napoleon I (Emperor of the French) - Table-talk - 1868 - 194 pages
...mid-day (mezzo giorno). I should have gained everything. I had gained everything. I beat the Prussians; but accident, or more likely destiny decided that Lord Wellington should gain it, and he did so. He was fortunate, accident and destiny favoured him. I could scarcely have believed...
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Napoleon and Wellington: The Battle of Waterloo- and the Great Commanders ...

Andrew Roberts - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 350 pages
...defeated before midday. I would have gained everything; I had gained everything. I beat the Prussians; but accident, or more likely destiny, decided that Lord Wellington should gain it, and he did so. It was fortunate; accident and destiny favoured him. I could scarcely believe he would...
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