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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford:: Or, Guide Through the University ... - Page 122
1790 - 152 pages
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1814 - 162 pages
...united in one common Cause The principal States of Europe; Who by Military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most; Rescued the Empire from Desolation; Asserted and confirmed...
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The British Nepos; or, Youth's mirror: lives of illustrious Britons

William Fordyce Mavor - 1816
...united in one common cause The principal states of Europe; Who by military knowledge, and irresistible valour In a long series of uninterrupted triumphs, Broke the power of France When raised the highest, when exalted the most, Rescued the Empire from desolation, Asserted and confirmed...
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Walks in Oxford. 2 vols. [in 1].

W M. Wade - 1817
...in. one common Cause, The principal States of EUROPE ; Who, by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most : Rescued the Empire from Desolation ; Asserted and confirmed...
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Walks in Oxford;: Comprising an Original, Historical, and ..., Part 1

W. M. Wade - 1818 - 388 pages
...in one common Cause, The principal States of EUROPE ; Who, by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of France, When raised the highest, when exerted the most: Rescued the Empire from Desolation; Asserted and confirmed...
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The Court Magazine and Belle Assemblée, Volume 2

1833
...in one common cause the principal states of Europe ; who, by surpassing knowledge and irresistible valour, in a long series of uninterrupted triumphs, broke the power of France, when raised the highest, when exerted the most : rescued the empire from destruction, asserted and confirmed...
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Letters of Mrs. Adams: The Wife of John Adams, Volume 2

Abigail Adams - 1840
...one common cause The principal States of Europe. Who, by military knowledge and irresistible valor, In a long series of uninterrupted triumphs, Broke the power of France When raised the highest, and when exerted the most; Rescued the empire from desolation, Asserted and confirmed...
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Letters of Mrs. Adams: The Wife of John Adams

Abigail Adams - 1840 - 447 pages
...one common cause The principal States of Europe. Who, by military knowledge and irresistible valor, In a long series of uninterrupted triumphs, Broke the power of France When raised the highest, and when exerted the most; Rescued the empire from desolation. Asserted and confirmed...
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A New Guide to Blenheim Palace, the Seat of the Duke of Marlborough

William Eccles (Bookseller) - 1852 - 91 pages
...in one common Cause, The principal States of EUROPE ; Who, by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long Series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of FRANCE, When raised the highest, when exerted the most, Rescued the EMPIRE from Desolation : Asserted and confirmed...
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A New Guide to Blenheim: The Seat of the Duke of Marlborough

William Eccles (Bookseller) - 1861 - 87 pages
...in one common Cause, The principal States of EUROPE ; Who, by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of FRANCE, When raised the highest, when exerted the most, Rescued the EMPIRE from Desolation : Asserted and confirmed...
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A new guide to Blenheim palace. To which is added an account of the borough ...

Woodstock Blenheim palace - 1868
...united, in one common Cause, The principal States of Europe. Who, by military Knowledge, and irresistible Valour, In a long series of uninterrupted Triumphs, Broke the Power of FRANCE, When raised the highest, when exerted the most, Rescued the EMPIRE from Desolation ; Asserted and confirmed...
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