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" I cannot help thinking that Napoleon's kindlymeant present might, under all the circumstances, have been accepted, notwithstanding the style of Emperor was inscribed in the volumes. He did not send them as coming from the Emperor', nor write the objectionable... "
History of the captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: from the letters and ... - Pagina 279
di William Forsyth, Sir Hudson Lowe - 1853
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Sir Hudson Lowe and Napoleon

Robert Cooper Seaton - 1898 - 235 pagine
...it, and they were not accepted. Upon this incident one must agree with the remarks of Mr. Forsyth : " I cannot help thinking that Napoleon's kindly-meant present might, under all the circumstances, 1o7 have been accepted, notwithstanding the style of Emperor was inscribed in the volumes. He did not...
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With Napoleon at St. Helena: Being the Memoirs of Dr. John Stokoe, Naval Surgeon

John Stokoe - 1902 - 257 pagine
...acknowledges " that Napoleon's kindly meant present might, under the circumstances, have been accepted. He did not send them as coming from ' the Emperor,'...by adding to its library a few books, the gift of Napoleon." This absurd letter shows how thoroughly Dr. Arnott was exposed to the experiences Stokoe...
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A Gift of Napoleon: Being a Sequel to Letters of Captain Engelbert Lutyens ...

Sir Lees Knowles - 1921 - 63 pagine
...acknowledges that " Napoleon's kindly-meant present might, in the circumstances, have been accepted. He did not send them as coming from ' the Emperor',...by adding to its library a few books, the gift of Napoleon", and, the late Mr. RC Seaton wrote that one must agree with the remarks of Forsyth, adding...
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Napoleon's Jailer: Lt. Gen. Sir Hudson Lowe : a Life

Desmond Gregory - 1996 - 234 pagine
...not send the volumes as coming from "the Emperor," he didn't inscribe the objectionable words himself "nor was there much likelihood of a British regiment...by adding to its library a few books, the gift of Napoleon" (Forsyth, History, 3.277-79; When ordered to return the volumes to Montholon, Captain Lutyens,...
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