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" Highness be thus led astray by evil councillors, who can have no other object in view but your ruin ? Your Highness knows that although a powerful Squadron of Portuguese Ships has been, since last August, under my command, that by every means in my power... "
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
...allowed to fit for sea: and one, to my knowledge, had sailed for Malta ! Why will your highness be thus led astray by evil counsellors; who can have no other...ships has been since last August under my command, by every means in my power they have been prevented from cruizing against the ships of your highness,...
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The Life of the Late Gen. William Eaton: Severl Years an Officer in the ...

Generals - 1813 - 448 pages
...allowed to fit for sea ; and one, to my knowledge, had sailed for Malta. Why will your highness be thus led astray by evil counsellors, who can have no other...the ships of your highness, or from approaching your coast. It is now my duty to speak out, and not to be misunderstood. That Nelson, who has hitherto kept...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes ..., Volume 3

sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1845
...my knowledge, had sailed for Malta ? Why will your Highness be thus led astray by evil councillors, who can have no other object in view but your ruin...the Ships of your Highness, or from approaching your Coast. It is now my duty to speak out, and not to be misunderstood. That Nelson who has hitherto kept...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes ..., Volume 3

sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1845
...my knowledge, had sailed for Malta ? Why will your Highness be thus led astray by evil councillors, who can have no other object in view but your ruin...the Ships of your Highness, or from approaching your Coast. It is now my duty to speak out, and not to be misunderstood. That Nelson who has hitherto kept...
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