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" I beg to draw your attention to the orders which I have given this day respecting the private correspondence of the officers of the army. I was astonished some time ago to see in the English newspapers, an accurate account of the batteries and works erecting... "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During His Various ... - Page 325
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1836
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 152

1880
...question cf much present interest. Lord Wellington writes on August 10, 1810, to General Graham : — ' I was astonished some time ago to see in the English...contain, and their distance from each other and from the enemv's works. This information must have been extracted from the letter of an officer. If officers...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1842 - 939 pages
...increased, have not been carried into execution.' 429. To Lieut. General Graham. Celorico, 10th Aug. 1810. * I beg to draw your attention to the orders which I...them not to publish their letters in the newspapers.' 430. To the Right Hon. H. Wellesley. Celorico, 10th Aug. 1810. 1 1 hope the Regency will have firmness...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1851 - 939 pages
...Celorico, 10th Aug. 1Я10. ' I beg to draw your attention to the orders which I have given this dav respecting the private correspondence of the officers...and of what calibre each was to contain, and their i distance from each other, and from the enemy's works. This information/ must have been extracted...
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Life, Military and Civil, of the Duke of Wellington

William Hamilton Maxwell - Generals - 1852 - 497 pages
...been so fortunate as to keep down this spirit in this army, and I am determined to persevere. * * * " I beg to draw your attention to the orders which I...them not to publish their letters in the newspapers." Meantime the crisis of the campaign was approaching. Massena moved on Viseu, and Wellington retired...
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Characteristics of the duke of Wellington, apart from his military talents

Thomas Philip De Grey (2nd earl.) - 1853
...newspapers an accurate account of the batteries and works erecting at Cadiz, with the number of guns and what calibre, each was to contain, and their distance from each other, and from the enemy. This must have been extracted from the letter of an officer. If officers wish to give their...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 152

English literature - 1880
...question cf much present interest. Lord Wellington writes on August 10, 1810, to General Graham : — ' I was astonished some time ago to see in the English...them not to publish their letters in the newspapers.' To this Graham rejoins : — ' It will be very difficult to correct the mischief of newspaper publication...
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