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" the true father of my people. I would much rather never have Paris, than possess it by the death and ruin of so many persons." This clemency saved the city. When it was at length reduced to the last distress, and incapable, it is said, of holding out... "
A History of France: From the Conquest of Gaul by Julius Ceasar Continued to ... - Seite 323
von Mrs. Markham - 1867 - 541 Seiten
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A History of France: With Conversations at the End of Each Chapter, Band 2

Mrs. Markham, Francis Wayland - 1837
...in their opposition to Henry. The governor of Paris was the duke de Nemours, Mayenne's half brother. He was young and inexperienced, but active and full...longer, the duke of Parma, the greatest general of his age, arrived at the head of a considerable Spanish army, and obliged Henry to raise the siege. On the...
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A History of France: From the Conquest of Gaul by Julius Caesar to the Reign ...

Mrs. Markham - 1848 - 629 Seiten
...provisions, and cheered them with the promise of speedy relief. Notwithstanding all those eflorts, however, the king would easily have taken the city...said, of holding out more than four days longer, the duko of Parma, the greatest general of his age, arrived at the head of a considerable Spanish army,...
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A History of France: From the Conquest of Gaul by Julius Caesar to the Death ...

Elizabeth Cartwright Penrose - 1851 - 615 Seiten
...arms, and every family contributed its copper culinary vessels to be converted into cannon. .,. •V But all this time their provisions were fast diminishing,...of so many persons." This clemency saved the city. AVhen it was at length reduced to the last distress, and incapable, it is said, of holding out more...
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History of all nations, from the earliest periods to the present time; or ...

S.G Goodrich - 1851
...left the inhabitants unmolested. He is said to have given as a reason for his conduct, — "I would rather never have Paris, than possess it by the death and ruin of so many persons. I do not wish the city to become a cemetery, nor do I wish to reign over the dead." It now seemed evident...
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A HISTORY OF ALL NATIONS FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS TO THE PRESENT TIME OR ...

S.G. GOODRICH - 1857
...left the inhabitants unmolested. He is said to have given as a reason for his conduct, — "I woiud rather never have Paris, than possess it by the death and ruin of so many persons. I do not wish the city to become a cemetery, nor do I wish to reign over the dead." It now seemed evident...
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A Pictorial History of France

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1861 - 348 Seiten
...have taken the city, could he have been prevailed upon to adopt the violent measure of an assault. 4. "I am," said he, "the true father of my people. I would rather never have Paris, than possess it by the death and ruin of so many persons." This clemency saved...
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A History of France, from the Conquest of Gaul by Julius Cæsar to the Reign ...

Mrs. Markham - 1863 - 629 Seiten
...efforts, however, the king would easily have taken the city by assault, could he have prevailed vrith himself to adopt so violent a measure. " I am," said...longer, the duke of Parma, the greatest general of his age, arrived at the head of a considerable Spanish army, and obliged Henry to raise the siege. On the...
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A history of France, by mrs. Markham. With continuation to the year 1871, by ...

Elizabeth Penrose - 1871
...r_..,..i „ ,.r ,, r.., r.,,-.4 ... ,; . Notwithstanding- ail these efforts, however, the king w*>nld easily have taken the , city by assault^ could ,he...have Paris, than possess it by the death and ruin of:so many persons." This clemency saved the city. When it was at length reduced to the last distress,...
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School History of France ...

John Jacob Anderson - 1880 - 371 Seiten
...History of France. 5 Henry could have taken the city some time before, had he consented to an assault. "I am," said he, "the true father of my people. I would rather never have 1'arls than possess it by the death and ruin of so many persons." When the people,...
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A School History of France

John Jacob Anderson - 1885 - 371 Seiten
...time before, had he consented to an assault. " I am," said he, " the true father of my people. I would rather never have Paris than possess it by the death and ruin of so many persons." When the people, duftng the siege, were greatly pressed by famine, a deputation was sent to the king...
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