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Libri Libri 1 - 4 di 4 su haricots blancs ' and ' haricots verts ' bear any reference to the ' drapeau blanc....
" haricots blancs ' and ' haricots verts ' bear any reference to the ' drapeau blanc ' of the Bourbons, and the ' habit vert ' of General Bonaparte himself, and the livery of his servants at Longwood, I am unable to say ; but the Marquis de Montchenu,... "
History of the captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: from the letters and ... - Pagina 223
di William Forsyth, Sir Hudson Lowe - 1853
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Southern Quarterly Review, Volume 26

Daniel Kimball Whitaker, Milton Clapp, William Gilmore Simms, James Henley Thornwell - 1854
...habit vert of Gen. Bonaparte, and the livery of his servants, I am unable to say ; but the Marquis of Montchenu, it appears to me, would have acted with...propriety if he had declined receiving either, or confined himself to the white alone." On this niaiseric Forsy th thus comments : — " It certainly...
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Napoleon at St. Helena, Volume 1

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1889
...both ! Sir Hudson Lowe adds (we are really quoting verbatim from Forsyth, vol. iii. pp. 223, 224), ' Whether the " haricots blancs " and " haricots verts...question that was put by Count Montholon to Count Balmaine may be made to apply to his proceeding on this occasion.' We have said Croker alone could...
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Napoleon: The Last Phase

Archibald Philip Primrose Earl of Rosebery - 1900 - 282 pagine
...flag of the Bourbons and the green uniform usually worn by Napoleon. He writes gravely to Bathurst : " Whether the haricots blancs and haricots verts bear...limited himself to a demand for the white alone." "Sir H. Lowe," says Forsyth, "thought the matter of some importance, and again alluded to it in another...
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Napoleon in exile: St. Helena (1815-1821)

Norwood Young, Alexander Meyrick Broadley - 1915
...to say which he would like, when the Marquis answered, he might send him a little of both." Wane ' of the Bourbons, and the ' habit vert ' of General...Balmain may be made to apply to his proceeding on this occasion." It would seem that an overture of a similar nature, of which we have no record, had been...
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