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" Almost at the same moment fell his great adversary, Montcalm, as he strove, with vain bravery, to rally his shattered ranks. Struck down with a mortal wound, he was placed upon a litter and borne to the General Hospital on the banks of the St. Charles.... "
The Works of Francis Parkman: The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian war ... - Sidan 145
efter Francis Parkman - 1898
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The Life and Times of Sir William Johnson, Bart, Volym 2

William Leete Stone - 1865
...informed that he had but ten or twelve hours to live at the most, he exclaimed, " So much the better, I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." When consulted by the commander of the garrison in relation to the defence of the city, he replied,...
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Montcalm and Wolfe, Volym 2

Francis Parkman - 1884
...he had to live. " Twelve hours, more or less," was the reply. " So much the better," he returned. " I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." He is reported to have said that since he had lost the battle it consoled him to have been defeated...
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Montcalm and Wolfe, Volym 2

Francis Parkman - 1884
...he had to live. " Twelve hours, more or less," was the reply. "So much the better," he returned. " I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." He is reported to have said that since he had lost the battle it consoled him to have been defeated...
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France and England in North America: A Series of ..., Del 7, Utgåva 2

Francis Parkman - 1884
...he had to live. " Twelve hours, more or less," was the reply. " So much the better," he returned. " I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." He is reported to have said that since he had lost the battle it consoled him to have been defeated...
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Popular Educator, Volym 11

1893
...and Montcalm. (6) Wolfe— "Now God be praised, I will die happy." Montcalm — " Sn much the better, I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender ot Quebec." Samuel Adams. Philadelphia, New York city, Annapolis, Trenton, York, and other cities....
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A History of the United States and Its People: For Use of Schools

Edward Eggleston - 1888 - 416 sidor
...everywhere, he said, " Now, God be praised, I die in peace ! " Montcalm, who was also mortally wounded, said, " I • ' am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." Quebec soon capitulated, and the fate of Canada was sealed. The French attempt- . ed to retake the...
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The Leading Facts of American History

David Henry Montgomery - 1891 - 359 sidor
...peace." The French leader, when told that he must soon breathe his last, said, " So much the better, I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." The fall of Quebec practically ended the war ; but four years later, Pontiac, chief of a Michigan tribe...
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The Leading Facts of American History

David Henry Montgomery - 1891 - 359 sidor
...peace." The French leader, when told that he must soon breathe his last, said, " So much the better, I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." The fall of Quebec practically ended the war; but four years later, Pontiac, chief of a Michigan tribe...
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The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War After the Conquest of ..., Volym 1

Francis Parkman - 1893
...surgeons told him that he could not recover. "I am glad of it," was his calm reply. He then asked how.long he might survive, and was told that he had not many...to ask his orders and instructions. " I will give 110 more orders," replied the defeated soldier; " I have much business that must be attended to, of...
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McClure's Magazine ..., Volym 15

1900
...answer to his question, that he had scarcely twelve hours to live, he remarked, " So much the better; I am happy that I shall not live to see the surrender of Quebec." He spoke in complimentary terms of Wolfe and of his successor, Levis. When de Ramesay, the commandant...
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