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" Shtan he only flatters that he may the more easily destroy. And it is true that since the year 1789, all Frenchmen are exactly of the same disposition. I had sent your letter to the great King my master ; I had done the same to the grand Signior ; for... "
Tripoli: First War with the United States - Page 42
by James Leander Cathcart - 1901 - 355 pages
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The life of ... Horatio lord viscount Nelson

James Harrison (biographer of Nelson.) - 1806
...Signior: for I never believed, that your highness would say a word that was not strictly true. A lye is impossible for a true Mussulman to tell ; at least,...have been my astonishment, to have heard, from his Britannic Majesty's consul, Mr. Lucas, that the moment the Vanguard sailed, the French consul, and...
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The Life of the Late Gen. William Eaton: Several Years an Officer in the ...

Generals - 1813 - 448 pages
...letter to the great King my master ; I had done the same to the grand Signior ; for I never believed that your highness would say a word that was not most...Mr. Lucas, that, the moment the Vanguard sailed, the Consul and all the French were liberated ; and also the French vessels in port allowed to fit for sea...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by sir N.H ...

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1845
...letter to the great King, my Master; I had done the same to the Grand Signior ; for I never believed that your Highness would say a word that was not most strictly true : a lie is impossible for a true Musselman to tell at least, I had always believed so. What, then, must have been my astonishment...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by sir N.H ...

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1845
...letter to the great King, my Master; I had done the same to the Grand Signior ; for I never believed that your Highness would say a word that was not most strictly true : a lie is impossible for a true Musselman to tell at least, I had always believed so. What, then, must have been my astonishment...
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