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" Palestro, Turbigo, Magenta, Marignano, and Solferino, who in two months have freed Piedmont, and have only stopped because the contest was about to assume proportions no longer in keeping with the interests France had in this formidable war. "
The Presbyterian Magazine - Página 368
editado por - 1859
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 9

1859
...receive with transports those soldiers who have raised so high the glory of our arms at Montebollo, Palestro, Turbigo, Magenta, Marignano, and Solferino,...results obtained, proud especially of being well beloved chih-iron of that France which will always be the great nation so long as she shall have the heart...
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The Pathfinder, a journal of independent religious reform, conducted by P.W ...

Philip William Perfitt - 1859
...admission to that effect in these remarkable words, " The struggle " assumed proportions which were no longer in keeping with the interests "France had in this formidable war." Those proportions were no less than a general European war, the eve of which had arrived when the armistice...
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Public Men and Public Life in Canada: Being Recollections of Parliament and ...

James Young - 1902 - 406 páginas
...peace as suddenly as he had commenced hostilities. The reason for this was, the Emperor alleged, that " the contest was about to assume proportions no longer in keeping with the interests of France." The grand province of Lombardy was awarded to Italy, and France and Austria pledged themselves...
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Public Men and Public Life in Canada: The Story of the Canadian ..., Volume 1

James Young - 1912
...peace as suddenly as he had commenced hostilities. The reason for this was, the Emperor alleged, that " the contest was about to assume proportions no longer in keeping with the interests of France." The grand province of Lombardy was awarded to Italy, and France and Austria pledged themselves...
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