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The low-country soldier turned burgomaster
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the magnificent seven fighting veres sir francis vere. lives of sir francis vere, general of the queen's forces in the low countries, governor of the brill and of portsmouth and of sir horace vere, general of the english forces in the low countries, governor of the brill, master-general of ordnance, and baron vere of tilbury clements r. markham. Preface. This volume of the Calendar of Foreign State Papers must begin with a word of deep regret for the loss which history and literature have sustained by the death of Mr. A. J. Butler, who has edited the Calendar for the years —
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PUBLISHERS’ NOTE. The prolongation of the War far beyond the calculation of those best able to form an opinion on the subject has necessarily affected the The low-country soldier turned burgomaster book of Creswicke’s “South Africa and Transvaal War,” and in consequence the completion of the work in a manner satisfactory to subscribers, and worthy of a book now widely recognised as a great History of the Campaign, has been most.
He was a typical Low Country soldier. From an early age he had served with Prince Maurice, the first captain of his time, in the regiment of that pattern soldier Lord Vere. In a few years he had risen to the rank of captain, and was now commanding a company in the regiment of Sir John Borough, chief of the staff to the expedition.
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EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of. He sat after the fashion of a soldier, on the side of his chair half-turned away from the table, and every now and then he would cast a piece of meat to Pierce, my old hound, who lay stretched by the fireplace.
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The low-country soldier turned burgomaster. - [London]: Printed and sold no 4, Aldermary Church Yard, [?], 1 sheet: ill. ; obl.1/2°. - Verse: “Here you may see the turns of fate,”.
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de Laveleye, adds to a very varied experience as a traveller, a world-wide. The pay was somewhat regular, being furnished by the rich Flemings and Walloons of the Low Country.
The quarters were excellent; the good wheaten loaves of the Flemings were better than the provant rye-bread of the Swede, and Rhenish wine was more plenty with us than ever I saw the black-beer of Rostock in Gustavus's camp.
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