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" Burke's country in like manner. I assaulted a castle ' where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the ' misericordia of my soldiers. They were all slain. Thence ' I went on, sparing none which came in my way, which ' cruelty did so amaze their followers... "
The great illusion: a study of the relation of military power in nations to ... - Page 311
by Sir Norman Angell - 1911 - 407 pages
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The Westminster Review, Volume 157

1902
...assaulted a castle, where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the inisericordia of my soldiers—they were all slain; thence I went on, sparing none which came in my way. which cruelty did so amaze thenfollowers they could not tell where to bestow themselves. ... It was all done in rain and frost...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volume 11

James Anthony Froude - Great Britain - 1870
...Burke's country. Then I burnt Ulick ' Burke's country in like manner. I assaulted a castle ' where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the ' misericordia...came in my way, which ' cruelty did so amaze their followers that they could ' not tell where to bestow themselves. Shan Burke ' made means to me to pardon...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Spanish ...

James Anthony Froude - Great Britain - 1870
...country. Then I burnt 1577. Ulick Burke's country in like manner. I as- Jaaual Tsaulted a castle where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the misericordia...which came in my way, which cruelty did so amaze their followers that they could not tell where to bestow themselves. Shan Burke made means to me to pardon...
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History of England from the fall of Wolsey (to the defeat of the Spanish ...

James Anthony Froude - 1870
...like manner. I assaulted a castle ' where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the ' misericordiaof my soldiers. They were all slain. Thence ' I went...came in my way, which ' cruelty did so amaze their followers that they could 'not tell where to bestow themselves. *Shan Burke ' made means to me to pardon...
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History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Death of Elizabeth, Volume 11

James Anthony Froude - Great Britain - 1870
...like manner. I assaulted a castle ' where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the ' misericordiaof my soldiers. They were all slain. Thence ' I went...came in my way, which ' cruelty did so amaze their followers that they could ' not tell where to bestow themselves. Shan Burke ' made means to me to pardon...
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A Life of the Earl of Mayo, Fourth Viceroy of India, Volume 1

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1875
...Shan Burke's country. Then I burnt Ulick Burke's country in like manner. I assaulted a castle where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the misericordia...came in my way ; which cruelty did so amaze their followers, that they could not tell where to bestow themselves. Shan Burke made means to me to pardon...
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The Arena, Volume 22

Benjamin Orange Flower, John Clark Ridpath, Paul Tyner, John Emery McLean, Neuville O. Fanning, Charles Brodie Patterson - United States - 1899
...corn and houses, and committed to the sword all that could be found. ... In like manner I assaulted a castle, when the garrison surrendered. I put them...they were all slain; thence I went on sparing none that came in my way, which cruelty did so amaze their followers they could not tell where to bestow...
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The Westminster Review, Volume 155

1901
...... In like manner I assaulted a castle when the garrison surrendered. I put them to the miscricordia of my soldiers — they were all slain — thence...sparing none which came in my way, which cruelty did eo amaze their followers they could not tell where to bestow themselves. ... It was all done in rain...
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The Westminster Review, Volume 160

Literary Criticism - 1903
...corn and houses, and committed to the sword all that could be found. ... In like manner I assaulted a castle when the garrison surrendered. I put them...which came in my way, which cruelty did so amaze their followers they could not tell where to bestow themselves. ... It was all done in rain and frost and...
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Essays in Ethics

John Mackinnon Robertson - Ethics - 1903 - 228 pages
...young, I entered their mountains, I burnt all their corn and houses, and committed to castle where the garrison surrendered. I put them to the misericordia of my soldiers. They were all slain.' " That was the direct slaughter. But for every one slain by the sword, perhaps a hundred perished by...
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