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" Notwithstanding the most ample preparations, the war in 180.) would have brought the state to ruin, had not the ever-memorable bravery of the army, and the spirit of true patriotism which animated all parts of the monarchy, overbalanced every adverse... "
The European Magazine, and London Review - 257 ページ
1813
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The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly Register ..., 第 6 巻

1813
...nation and its aucieul reoowu in arm*, were happily upheld during all the mischances of this war ; bnt valuable provinces were lost , and Austria, by the...deprived of all share in maritime commerce, one of the. mobt efficient means of promoting her industry ; a blow which would have been still more sensibly felt,...

Cobbett's Political Register, 第 24 巻

William Cobbett - 1813
...overbalanced every adver.se -oc-- currence. The honour .of tiie nation and itsanciect renown in arras, were happily upheld during all the mischances of this War; but valuable provinces- v^ei^e. lost; ..mi Austria, by the cession of the countries jbprdering upon the Adriatic, was deprived...

Campaign in Germany and France: From the Expiration of the Armistice ..., 第 1 巻

John Philippart - 1814
...the army, and the spirit of true patriotism, which animated all parts of the monarchy, overbalanced every adverse occurrence. The honour of the nation,...the Adriatic, was deprived of all share in maritime commence, one of the most efficient means of promoting her industry ; a blow which would have been...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 第 55 巻

1814
...the army, and Hie spirit of true patriotism which animated 9!! parts of the monarchy, overbalanced every adverse occurrence. The honour of the nation,...countries bordering upon the Adriatic, was deprived of all xhnre in maritime commerce, one of the most efficient means of promoting her industry; a blow' which...

The Edinburgh Annual Register, 第 6 巻

Walter Scott - 1815
...the army, and the spirit of true patriotism which animated all parts of the monarchy, overbalanced every adverse occurrence. The honour of the nation,,...the most efficient means of promoting her industry ; a blow which would have been still more sensibly felt, had not at the same time the whole continent...

An impartial history of the naval, military and political events in Europe ...

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...parts of the monarchy, overbalanced every adverse occurrence. The honor of the nation and its antient renown in arms, were happily upheld during all the...Adriatic, was deprived of all share in maritime commerce, oue of the most efficient means of promoting her industry ; a blow which would have been still more...

The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, 第 6 巻

1815
...true patriotism •which animated all parts of the monarchy, overbalanced every adverse oc-' currence. The honour of the nation, and its ancient renown in...happily upheld during all the mischances of this war j but valuable provinces were lost ; and Austria, by the cession -of the countries bordering upon the...

Annual Register, 第 55 巻

Edmund Burke - 1823
...the army, and the spirit of true patriotism which animated all parts of the monarchy, overbalanced every adverse occurrence. The honour of the nation,...renown in arms, were happily upheld during all the mis* chances of this xvar ; but valuable provinces were lost; and Austria, by the cession of the countries...

History of the French revolution, and of the wars resulting from that ...

John James M'Gregor - 1824
...maintained; but still valuable provinces were lost, and Austria, by the union of the countries bordering on the Adriatic, was deprived of all share in maritime...commerce, one of the most efficient means of promoting her industry—a blow. which would have boon still more sensibly felt, had not, at the same time, the whole...

The Gentleman's Magazine, 第 83 巻、第 2 部

1813
...parts of the Monarchy, overbalanced every adverse occurrence. The honour of the nation, and its antient renown in arms, were happily upheld during all the...the most efficient means of promoting her industry ; a blow which would have been still more sensibly felt, had not at the same time the whole Continent...




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