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" officer, on the grounds of his conduct towards them in his official capacity during the time they were serving under his command, they will not fail to draw upon themselves the royal displeasure, to the same extent as is hereby expressed against the individuals... "
The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book: Containing ... - Page 47
edited by - 1820
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The practice of courts-martial, also the legal exposition and military ...

William Hough - 1825
...duty, as to give vent to feelings of personal animosity and resentment, against their former comg. officer, on the grounds of his conduct towards them,...hereby expressed against the individuals, to whom the order especially applies. The Com. in chief has it further in command, to express HRH the PR's...
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The Dublin Review, Volumes 9-10

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1840
...give vent to feelings of personal animosity and resentment against their former commanding-officer on the grounds of his conduct towards them in his...expressed against the individuals to whom this order especially applies. " The Commander-in-Chief has it further in command to express his Royal Highness...
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The Dublin Review, Part 1

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1841
...give vent to feelings of personal animosity and resentment against their former commanding-officer on the grounds of his conduct towards them in his...capacity during the time they were serving under his commaimd, they ¿vill not fail to draw upon themselves the royal displeasure to the same extent as...
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Duelling Days in the Army

Dueling - 1887 - 280 pages
...give vent to personal animosity and resentment against their former commanding officer on the ground of his conduct towards them in his official capacity...serving under his command, they will not fail to draw on themselves the Royal displeasure, to the same extent as is thereby expressed against the individuals...
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Duelling Days in the Army

William Douglas (Private, 10th Royal Hussars.) - Dueling - 1887 - 280 pages
...give vent to personal animosity and resentment against their former commanding officer on the ground of his conduct towards them in his official capacity...serving under his command, they will not fail to draw on themselves the Royal displeasure, to the same extent as is thereby expressed against the individuals...
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