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" In fact," continued he laughing, " I was nobody in comparison with them. They continually tormented me about matters belonging to tailors, of which I was entirely ignorant, although, in order not to affront them, I answered just as gravely as if the fate... "
Napoleon in exile: or, A voice from St. Helena. The opinions and reflections ... - Page 49
by Barry Edward O'Meara, Napoleon I (Emperor of the French) - 1853
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Atheneum, Or, Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 11

1822
...belonging to tailors, of which I was entirely ignorant, though in or der not to affront them, I auswered just as gravely as if the fate of an army depended...the King of Prussia, instead of a library, I found be had a large room, like an arsenal, furnished with shelves and pegs, in which were placed fifty or...
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The London Magazine, Volume 6

1822
...them, I answered just as gravely a» if the fate of an array depended upon the cut of a jacket. When 1 went to see the King of Prussia, instead of a library,...room, like an arsenal, furnished with shelves and peg», in which were placed fifty or sixty jackets of various modes. Every day he changed his fashion,...
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The Portfolio of Entertaining & Instructive Varieties in History ..., Volume 3

1824
...tormented me with questions about matters belonging to tailors, of which 1 was entirely ignorant, though, in order not to affront them, I answered just as gravely...went to see the King of Prussia, instead of a library 1 found be had a large room, like an arsenal, furnished with shelves and pegs, in which were placed...
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Anecdotes of Napoleon Bonaparte and His Times

1855 - 504 pages
...ignorant, U In order not to affront them, I answered Just as g ai if the fate of an army <”tpende I upon the cut of a Jacket. When I went to see the King of Prussia, intteadof a library, I found he had a large room, like an «nennt, furnished with shelves and pe^e,...
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Anecdotes of Napoleon Bonaparte and His Times

1855 - 504 pages
...ignorant, и In order not to affront them, I answered Just as g ai if the fate of an army <”tpende I upon the cut of a Jacket. When I went to see the King of Prussia, intteadof a library, I found he had a large room, like an «nennt, furnished with shelves and pe^e,...
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Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, ed. by R.W. Phipps

Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne - 1885
...fact," continued he laughing, " I was nobody in comparison with them. They continually tormented me about matters belonging to tailors, of which I was...the King of Prussia, instead of a library, I found that he had a large room, like an arsenal, furnished with shelves and pegs, on which were hung fifty...
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William of Germany: A Succinct Biography of William I., German Emperor and ...

Archibald Forbes - Germany - 1888 - 366 pages
...continued Napoleon, laughing, " I was nobody in comparison with them. They continually tormented me about matters belonging to tailors, of which I was...just as gravely as if the fate of an army depended on the cut of a jacket. When I went to see the King of Prussia, instead of a library, I found that...
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Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume 3

Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne - 1889
...fact," continued he laughing, " I was nobody in comparison with them. They continually tormented me about matters belonging to tailors, of which I was...them, I answered just as gravely as if the fate of on army depended upon the cnt of a jacket. When I went to see the King of Prussia, instead of a library,...
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Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume 3

Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne - France - 1890
...fact," continued he laughing, " I was nobody in comparison with them. They continually tormented me about matters belonging to tailors, of which I was...the King of Prussia, instead of a library, I found that he had a large room, like an arsenal, furnished with shelves and pegs, on which were hung fifty...
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Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume 3

Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne, Ramsay Weston Phipps - France - 1891
...ignorant, although, in order not to affront them, I answered just as gravely as if the fate of an,army depended upon the cut of a jacket. When I went to...the King of Prussia, instead of a library, I found that he had a large room, like an arsenal, furnished with shelves and pegs, on which were hung fifty...
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