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Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French - Strona 15
1845 - Liczba stron: 188
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History of Napoleon, Tom 1

George Moir Bussey - 1840
...humiliation, exclaimed aloud, with emphatic scorn, " What imbecility, to allow the scoundrels REVOLUTIOX. to enter! They should have blown four or five hundred of them into the air with the cannon, and the rest would have taken to their heels." This ebullition must probably be regarded...
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History of Napoleon: From the French of M. Laurent de L'Ardeche. With ..., Tom 1

Paul Mathieu Laurent (called de l'Ardèche) - 1843
...became an eye witness to the insurrection at Paris. Standing upon one of the terraces at the Tuilleries and seeing Louis XVI. crowned with the cap of liberty...befalling their sovereign. Shortly afterwards upon the JOth of August, the Tuileries was again occupied by the populace,- and the disgraceful scene of the...
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The American Whig Review, Tom 3

1846
...to restrain his indignation at the sight, exclaimed to his companion Bourienne, " What madness ! he should have blown four or five hundred of them into...air, and the rest would have taken to their heels." A scene of the same character is finely described in the sketch of Marshal Augereau — the third in...
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Napoleon and His Marshals, Tom 1

Joel Tyler Headley - 1846
...to restrain his indignation at the sight, exclaimed to his companion Bourienne, "What madness ! he should have blown four or five hundred of them into...air, and the rest would have taken to their heels." Deprived of his command, he had wandered around Paris during the terrible scenes of the revolution,...
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Napoleon and His Marshals, Tom 1

Joel Tyler Headley - 1846
...to restrain his indignation at the sight, exclaimed to his companion Bourienne, " What madness ! he should have blown four or five hundred of them into...air, and the rest would have taken to their heels." Deprived of his command, he had wandered around Paris during the terrible scenes of the revolution,...
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. J. T. Headley: With a ..., Tom 1

Joel Tyler Headley - 1849
...indignation no longer, and exclaimed, "What folly! How could he. disgrace himself so? The wretches — he should have blown four or five hundred of them into the air at once, and the rest would have taken to their heels." That was young Napoleon, and the friend beside...
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The Napoleon Dynasty: Or, The History of the Bonaparte Family

Charles Edwards Lester, Edwin Williams - 1853 - Liczba stron: 624
...Bourienne, who was standing at his side — " Why did they give way to that Canaille ! I would have blown five hundred of them into the air, and the rest would have taken to their heels." Napoleon always abhorred anarchy. He said there was no remedy for mobs but grape-shot. He witnessed...
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The French Court and Society: Reign of Louis XVI, and First Empire, Tom 2

Lady Catherine Charlotte Jackson - 1881
...movement, as if of impatience, escaped him, " How came they to suffer this canaille to enter ? " he said. " They should have blown four or five hundred of them...the rest would have taken to their heels." This is pretty much what he did himself three years later, on the 13th Vendemiaire (5th October) 1795. The...
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Pen and Pencil Sketches of the Great Riots: An Illustrated History of the ...

Joel Tyler Headley - 1882 - Liczba stron: 560
...the Tuilleries, to appease the mob, with disgust and indignation, andexclaimed, " What madness ! He should have blown four or five hundred of them into...air, and the rest would have taken to their heels." And when on the mighty populace, backed by the National Guard, his artillery, loaded to the muzzle...
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The True Napoleon: A Cyclopedia of Events in His Life

Charles Josselyn - 1902 - Liczba stron: 437
...to restrain his indignation at the sight, exclaimed to his companion, Hourrienne: " What madness! he should have blown four or five hundred of them into...air, and the rest would have taken to their heels." It was not without misgivings that such generals as Massena, Rampon, Augereau, and others, saw a young...
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