Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Wellington” in chapter 1.22, section c.1.22.101 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...the grand old Imperial Guard, that had never known defeat, hurled its front ranks into a yawning chasm of earth that its rear might pass over to meet, upon the fixed bayonets of the hollow squares of Wellington , a no less certain fate.
And all this, why?
A cowboy said to a general on one bright Sunday morning: Sire, take this road.
Blucher, seventy-three years old, fired with the spirit of war and r...
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