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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    difficult, and after carrying the farm of La Fouilleuse and the COateau of Buzenvalle, they were finally checked before La Bergerie. An attempt at a conjoint attuJ upon the latter position was ultimately made by the three army corpe, but Subscribers-only content

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    terrible mortality are added the deaths from wounds and in battleover 600 French corpses were counted in front of La Bergerie after the last great sortie-the result must be something like de. population. The additional reports we publish to-day of Subscribers-only content

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    left hold Montretout, and is fighting at Garches ; Gemsalh de Bellemare and Ducret have atthed the platkan of La Bergerie, aid have been fighting for several hours near the Castle o BuzenvaL The troops have displayed the nost brilliant Subscribers-only content

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    les thn 6,000, of which 1,000 dead were left lying in iront of the German works. The position of La Bergerie, Idue west of Val6rin, where the great struggle took place, is doubtless the work more espe. cielly referved to, Subscribers-only content

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    e Ambassador's lepar ture. PRINCE NAPOLEON. GENEVA, MAnire 17. Princo Jerome N aslcsclieos arrived yesterday at his estate of La Bergerie, near Nyon. FRANCE AND CHINA. PARIS, MA RCHl 17. The c inister of Marinehas received tim followilg tele- grain Subscribers-only content

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    13 November 1721, 13 November 1721

    With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for naturalizing " Jeanne Coltee Du Carel, Charles Jofeph Guillaumot De " Ia Bergerie, and John Martin Stebelin;" to which they deiire the Concurrence of this Houfe. UPon readinS the Petition of John Subscribers-only content

    15 November 1721, 15 November 1721

    Billa, intituled, " An Ait DuCarf1etaI» " for naturalizing Jeanne Coltee Du CoTel, CharlesNat> Bi": " Jofepb Guillaumot de Ia Bergerie, and John Martin " Stehelin." The Houfe (according to Order) proceeded to take Kind's Speec into further Consideration His Subscribers-only content

    20 November 1721, 20 November 1721

    depending, intituled, " An Act for natura- '• Kzing Jeanne Coltee Du Carel, Charles Jofeph Guillau- " mot de Ia Bergerie, and John Martin Stehelin, was prefented to the Houfe, and read. And ordered to lie on the Table till Subscribers-only content

    22 November 1721, 22 November 1721

    Bill, intituled, " An Aft for na» " turalizing Jeanne Coltee Du Card, Charles Jofeph Guil- " laumot De Ia Bergerie, and John Martin Stehelin" was committed: " That they had confidered the faid Bill, " and made fome Amendments Subscribers-only content

    24 November 1721, 24 November 1721

    vice lecta eft Billa, intituled, " An " for naturalizing Jeanne Coltee Du Carel, Charles Jofeph " Guillaumot De Ia Bergerie, and John Martin Stebe- E. Hadinton* li Boyle. E. Aberdeen, L. Trevor. E. Orkney. L. Bingley. E. Hay. L. Subscribers-only content

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