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Walcheren Expedition; Or, the Englishman's Lamentation for the Loss of His Countrymen.

September, 2004

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1810.1
Walcheren Expedition;
Or, the Englishman's Lamentation for the Loss of
His Countrymen.

[James Henry Leigh Hunt]
The Examiner (January 7, 1810)
The Morning Chronicle (January 8, 1810)
The Poetical Register and Repository of Fugitive Poetry, VII (1812), pp. 249-251 [1]

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On the Burning of the French Bridges Over the Danube, by the Austrians

September, 2004

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1809.8
On the Burning of the French Bridges Over the Danube,
by the Austrians
[1]
Anon
The Poetical Magazine, I (1809), p. 209

So proud of his conquests and absolute sway,
    Bonaparte call'd Heaven to witness his glory;
The Danube he cross'd, but th' Archduke by the way
    Burn'd down his bridges, and abridg'd half his story.

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