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" No one probably felt more than the political heir of Gaius Gracchus and of Marius, how desirable in a military as well as in a political point of view it would have been to establish a series of Transalpine colonies as bases of support for the new rule... "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K. G. During His ... - Page 384
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1835
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The dispatches of ... the duke of Wellington, compiled by lieut ..., Volume 2

Arthur Wellesley (1st duke of Wellington.) - 1837
...office of vakeel in this camp, and who shall make the peace. This information will give you the clue to all Mirza Wahed Beg's letters ; and will account...cessation is so favorable to us, and so little so to Scindiah, that I almost doubt his ratifying it. If I find it is used as a mode to delay the conclusion...
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The Fall of Napoleon: An Historical Memoir, Volume 2

John Mitchell - France - 1845
...champaign, poodles, parrots, and trinkets, were found scattered about the field in endless profusion. In a military as well as in a political point of view, the battle of Vittoria was one of the most decisive A2 actions fought during the war. It liberated...
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World Affairs

Arbitration (International law) - 1859
...their camp before the walls of Verona, the struggle was evidently on the point of undergoing a change in a military as well as in a political point of view, I was fatally obliged to attack in front an enemy entrenched behind great fortresses, protected against...
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Annual Register, Volume 101

Edmund Burke - History - 1860
...their camp before the walls of Verona, the struggle was evidently on the point of undergoing a change in a military as well as in a political point of view. I was fatally obliged to attack in front an enemy intrenched behind great fortresses, protected against...
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Annual Register

History - 1860
...their camp before the walls of Verona, the struggle was evidently on the point of undergoing a change in a military as well as in a political point of view. I was fatally obliged to attack in front an enemy intrenched behind great fortresses, protected against...
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American Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular, Volumes 1-2

Bibliography, National - 1863
...historian JG Droysen (3). This battle, fought at Warsaw in July, 1656, is of the greatest interest in a military as well as in a political point of view. It was the first fieldbattle decided by a combination of strategic movements. We have a very valuable...
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The Russians in central Asia, a critical examination of the geography and ...

Friedrich Anton Heller von Hellwald - 1874
...the same time, absolutely command the commerce of the Mediterranean and the Suez Canal. A limit, both in a military as well as in a political point of view, might be set, according to the intelligent views in the essay so often referred to, by the construction...
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The History of Rome: Translated with the Author's Sanction and ..., Volume 4

Theodor Mommsen - Rome - 1880
...Csesar; No one probably felt more than the political heir of Gaius Gracchus and of Marius, how desirable in a military as well as in a political point of view it would have been to establish a series of Transalpine colonies as bases of support for the new rule...
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The History of Rome, Volume 5

Theodor Mommsen - Rome - 1908
...Caesar. No one probably felt more than the political heir of Gaius Gracchus and of Marius, how desirable in a military as well as in a political point of view it would have been to establish a series of Transalpine colonies as bases of support for the new rule...
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The Despatches, Minutes, and Correspondence, of the Marquess ..., Volume 4

Marquess Richard Wellesley Wellesley - India - 1837
...Governor-General before the commencement of the war. The post is highly important to the British Government in a military as well as in a political point of view, and cannot properly come under the description of cessions demanded exclusively with a view to the...
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