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Strona 279 - The Saxons, the Belgians, the Hanoverians, the soldiers of the Confederation of the Rhine, lament that they are compelled to lend their arms to the cause of princes, the enemies of jus'tice and of the rights of all nations ; they know that this coalition is insatiable ! After having devoured twelve millions of Poles, twelve millions of Italians, one million of Saxons, six millions of Belgians, it must devour the states of the second rank of Germany!
Strona 279 - We believed in the protestations and in the oaths of princes, whom we left on their thrones. Now, however, leagued together, they aim at the independence and the most sacred rights of France. They have commenced the most unjust of aggressions. Let us, then, march to meet them. Are they and we no longer the same men ? " Soldiers ! at Jena, against these same Prussians, now so arrogant, you were one to three, and at Montmirail one to six...
Strona 279 - Soldiers! — This day is the anniversary of Marengo and of Friedland, which twice decided the destiny of Europe. Then, as after Austerlitz, as after...
Strona 279 - Rhine, lament that they are compelled to use their arms in the cause of princes, the enemies of justice and of the rights of all nations. They know that this coalition is insatiable ! After having devoured twelve millions of Poles, twelve millions of Italians, one million of...
Strona 279 - ... nations. They know that this coalition is insatiable! After having devoured twelve millions of Poles, twelve millions of Italians, one million of Saxons, and six millions of Belgians, it now wishes to devour the states of the second rank in Germany. "Madmen!
Strona 280 - Soldiers! we have forced marches to make, battles to fight, dangers to encounter; but, with firmness, victory will be ours. The rights, the honour, and the happiness of the country will be recovered! "To every Frenchman who has a heart, the moment is now arrived to conquer or to die! "NAPOLEON," "THE MARSHAL DUKE OF DAI.MATIA, "MAJOR-GENERAL.
Strona 222 - Mount the tri-colored cockade ; you wore it in the days of our greatness. We must forget that we have been the masters of nations ; but we must not suffer any to intermeddle in our affairs.
Strona 222 - Victory will march at the pas de charge ; the eagle, with the national colours, will fly from steeple to steeple, till it lights on the towers of Notre Dame.
Strona 223 - I heard your complaints and wishes; you called for that government of your own choice, which alone is legitimate ; you blamed my long slumber ; you reproached me with sacrificing the great interests of the country to my own repose. " I have crossed the seas amid perils of every kind; I arrive among you to resume my rights, whick are also yours.