10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «REQUISITIONARY»
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review
She stood erect, gazing upon the requisitionary with a haggard look and a
tearless eye. “ Oh, holy God! What a likeness !” said Brigitte. There was a moment
of silence, and the stranger himself was struck with a thrill at the aspect of
Madame de ...
The U.S. Democratic Review
... meeting nobody, the young man was obliged to inquire ofa weaverwho was
still at his work, for the house of the mayor. This magistrate fortunately lived at a
short distance, and the requisitionary soon found himself under shelter beneath
The United States Democratic Review
She stoo erect, zing upon the requisitionary with a aggard look and a tearless
eye. “ Oh, holy God! What a likeness !" said Brigitte. There was a moment of
silence, and the stranger himself was struck with a thrill at the aspect of Madame
de D—- ...
The Spirit of Anecdote and Wit
Being accustomed to carry on war in deserts, and not in requisitionary countries,
a Russian army is attended by a much greater number of waggons than any
other; but they are so light, and there are so many workmen in the army, that
Impartial Report of the Debates that Occur in the Two Houses ...
There was no resource tobe derived from allies, no contests to be maintained
with Egyptians, with Copts, with Cisalpine troops, or undisciplined requisitionary
troops, but with troops long considered as the pride of the Republic; men who
The Parliamentary Register: Or, an Impartial Report of the ...
This, however, he considered as by far the least important part of the bill ;z_its
grand object was to establish a very large augmentation of thegmilitia forces, and
to thisihe objected in the strongeshrnanner, r In all circumstances a requisitionary
New York Military Magazine: Devoted to the Interests of the ...
The inferior oflicers are almost all qualified to command. The French soldier is
accustomed to live in a requisitionary country, sometimes as a rince, and
sometimes as a ram culotte. To make him perform his duty well, uniformity in
living is not re ...
Memoir on the national defence
The appointment of the officers to the requisitionary battalions was, until their
arrival at the army, the same as their appointment to the militia and volunteer
corps had been before. Lecretelle furnishes us with exact information on the
The history of the campaign of 1796, in Germany and Italy
... by the losses it had suffered in the two last campaigns against the Austrians, in
the war against Switzerland, in that which still continued in the kingdom of Naples
, and by the return of a multitude of requisitionary soldiers to their homes.
The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ...
... in that which still continued in the kingdom of Naples, and by the return of a
number of requisitionary soldiers to their homes. Of the 320,000 men who
composed the French army, 45,000 under the orders of Massena occupied