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" And it is with GREAT CONCERN that I inform you that the events of war have been very unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended in the loss of my forces in that province. "
The Scots Magazine - Page 562
1781
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The popular history of England, Volume 6

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1860
...creeps in, which renders these words of sound and fury of no significance : " It is with great concern I inform you that the events of war have been very...unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended in the loss of my forces in that province." It was to be expected that the calamity of Yorktown would give...
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THE MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY MAGAZINE

1867
...extensive dominions of my crown have not been attended with success equal to the justice and uprightness of my views, and it is with great concern that I inform...very unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended with the loss of my forces in that province." In Parliament, little, apparently, had been said concerning...
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Life of William, Earl of Shelburne, Afterwards First Marquess of ..., Volume 3

Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice Fitzmaurice (1st Baron) - 1876
...York Town. Parliament was to meet on the 27th. "It is with great concern," said the Royal speech, " that I inform you, that the events of war have been very unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, and have ended in the loss of my forces in that province." It none the less spoke of prosecuting the...
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Life of William, Earl of Shelburne, Afterwards First Marguess of Lansdowne ...

Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice Baron Fitzmaurice - 1876
...York Town. Parliament was to meet on the 27th. " It is with great concern," said the Royal speech, " that I inform you, that the events of war have been very unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, and have ended in the loss of my forces in that province." It none the loss spoke of prosecuting the...
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Life of William, Earl of Shelburne, Afterwards First Marguess of Lansdowne ...

Edmond George Petty-Fitzmaurice Baron Fitzmaurice - 1876
...York Town. Parliament was to meet on the 27th. "It is with great concern," said the Royal speech, " that I inform you, that the events of war have been very unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, and have ended in the loss of my forces in that province." It none the less spoke of prosecuting the...
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Macaulay, T.B. History; and essay.-[Yonge, C.M.] History of Greece.-[Gibbon ...

Joseph H. Beale - World history - 1884
...creeps in, which renders these words of sound and fury of no significance : " It is with great concern I inform you that the events of war have been very...unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended in the loss of my forces in that province." The debates in the House of Commons at this crisis, as developing...
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250 royal speeches: from 1760 to 1882. Speakers: George iii., George iv ...

Two hundred and fifty royal speeches - Kings and rulers - 1885 - 90 pages
...extensive dominions of my Crown have not been attended with success equal to the justice and uprightness of my views ; and it is with great concern that I inform you that the events of war have bjen very unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended in the loss of my forces in that province....
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THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE

MONCURE DANIEL CONWAY - 1906
...which it has been conducted, is not to be worn from the memory by the cant of snivelling hypocrisy. “And it is with great concern that I inform you...unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended in the loss of my forces in that province.”—And our great concern is that they are not all served in the...
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The Life and Writings of Thomas Paine: The crisis

Thomas Paine - 1908
...which it has been conducted, is not to be worn from the memory by the cant of snivelling hypocrisy. "And it is with great concern that I inform you that...unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended in the loss of my forces in that province." 274 And our great concern is that they are not all served in the...
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A. D. 1704

Esther Singleton - World history - 1908
...creeps in, which renders these words of sound and fury of no significance : "It is with great concern 1 inform you that the events of war have been very unfortunate to my arms in Virginia, having ended in the loss of my forces in that province." It was to be expected that the calamity of Yorktown would give...
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