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Página 363 - HUMPHRY (WG) An Historical and Explanatory Treatise on the Book of Common Prayer. By WG Humphry, BD, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Prebendary of St. Paul's and Vicar of St. Martin-in-theFields. Fifth edition, revised and enlarged. Fcap. 8vo. 4*.
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Página 304 - ... when he called out to them to lay down their arms. There was a murmur. He reiterated the command and (God knows why, I never can understand it) they commenced doing so. Now you see we didn't want their arms, and under ordinary circumstances would not have risked our lives in so rash a way ; but what we wanted was to gain time to get the princes away, for we could have done nothing had they attacked us, but cut our way back, and very little chance of doing even this successfully.
Página 238 - I comfort myself with the thought, that history will do justice to the constancy and fortitude of the handful of Englishmen who have for so many weeks — months, I may say — of desperate weather, amid the greatest toil and hardship, resisted and finally defeated the worst and most strenuous exertions of an entire army and a whole nation in arms,— an army trained by ourselves, and supplied with all but exhaustless munitions of war, laid up by ourselves for the maintenance of our Empire. I venture...
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Página 125 - ... lounge. I am most gratified by the appointment to the command of the Guides, and more so by the way in which it was given me, and the manner of my selection from amidst a crowd of aspirants. It is no small thing for a subaltern to be raised to the command of a battalion of infantry and a squadron and a half of cavalry, with four English officers under him ! I am supposed to be the luckiest man of my time. I have already had an offer from the Military Secretary to the Board of Administration to...