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" If the world were sensible at how dear a price we have purchased Quebec in his death, it would damp the public joy. Our best consolation is, that Providence seemed not to promise that he should remain long among us. He was himself sensible of the weakness... "
Junius. "A Letter to an Honourable Brigadier General, Commander in Chief of ... - Strana 41
autor/autoři: Junius - 1841 - 110 str.
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The Scots Magazine, Svazek 22

1760
...Wolfe; our country has loft a fure fupport, and a perpetual ho« 11 .in'. If the world were fenfible at how dear a price we have purchased Quebec in his death, it would damp the public joy. Our bed conlolao. Hiving luckily been fhewn the following paraf»ph in the Daily Advcrliftr...
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Hawkins's Picture of Quebec: With Historical Recollections

Alfred Hawkins - 1834 - 477 str.
...after the battle by General, afterwards Marquess, TOWNSHEND, to one of his friends in England : — " I am not ashamed to own to you, that my heart does...Our country has lost a sure support, and a perpetual honor. If the world were sensible at how dear a price we have purchased QUEHEC in his death, it would...
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Hawkins's Picture of Quebec: With Historical Recollections

Alfred Hawkins, John Charlton Fisher - 1834 - 477 str.
...after the battle by General, afterwards Marquess, TOWNSHEND, to one of his friends in England : — " I am not ashamed to own to you, that my heart does...Our country has lost a sure support, and a perpetual honor. If the world were sensible at how dear a price we have purchased QUEBEC in his death, it would...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of British America ..., Svazek 1

Hugh Murray - 1839
...respecting his heroic friend, whose fate threw so affecting a lustre on this memorable victory : " I am not ashamed to own to you, that my heart does...have purchased Quebec in his death, it would damp the public joy. Our best consolation is, that Providence seemed not to promise that he should remain long...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of British America: Comprehending ...

Hugh Murray - 1839
...respecting his heroic friend, whose fate threw so affecting a lustre on this memorable victory : " I am not ashamed to own to you, that my heart does...have purchased Quebec in his death, it would damp the public joy. Our best consolation is, that Providence seemed not to promise that he should remain long...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of British America ..., Svazek 1

Hugh Murray - 1840
...respecting his heroic friend, whose fate threw so affecting a lustre on this memorable victory : " I am not ashamed to own to you, that my heart does...the midst of this success. I have lost but a friend hi General Wolfe ; our country has lost a sure support and a perpetual honour. If the world were sensible...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of British America ..., Svazek 1

Hugh Murray - 1840
...respecting his heroic friend, whose fate threw so affecting a lustre on this memorable victory : " I am not ashamed to own to you, that my heart does not exult hi the midst of this success, I have lost but a friend fn General Wolfe; our country has lost a sure...
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The Canadian Guide Book, with a Map of the Province

1849 - 153 str.
...written after the battle by General, afterwards Marquess, Townshend to one of his friends in England : " I am not ashamed to own to you that my heart does...have purchased Quebec in his death, it would damp the public joy. Our best consolation is that Providence seemed not to promise that he should remain long...
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The Canadian Guide Book, with a Map of the Province

1849 - 153 str.
...written after the battle by General, afterwards Marquess, Townshend-to one of his friends in England : " I am not ashamed to own to you that my heart does...have lost but a friend in General Wolfe, our country hai lost a sure support, and a perpetual honour. If the world were sensible at how dear a price we...
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The Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution ; Or, Illustrations, by ..., Svazek 1

Benson John Lossing - 1851
...illustrate the sentiment of his officers and men. In a letter written just after the battle, he says, " I am not ashamed to own to you that my heart does...Our country has lost a sure support and a perpetual honor. If the world were sensible at how dear a price we have purchased Quebec in his death, it would...
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