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" ... having refused to accept challenges, as they will only have acted in obedience to the law, and have done their duty as good soldiers, who subject themselves to discipline. "
Life of Sir Henry Lawrence - Page 196
by Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - 1872
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1844
...disgrace, or opinion of disadvantage, all officers and soldiers, who, being willing to make or except such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...is suitable to the character of honourable men, and hive done their doty as good -" I diers, who subject themselves to discipline." Now the manner in which...
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The Standard Library Cyclopedia of Political, Constitutional, Statistical ...

Political science - 1848
...disgrace, or opinion of disadvantage, all officers and soldiers who, being willing to make or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...only have acted as is suitable to the character of DUKE. DUKE. honourable men, and have done their duty as good soldier», who subject themselves to discipline....
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Report

Association for the discouragement of duelling - 1850
...acquit of disgrace or opinion of disadvantage all officers who, being willing to make or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...good soldiers, who subject themselves to discipline. 9 Every officer who shall give, send, convey, or promote a challenge, or who shall accept any challenge...
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The British officer: his position, duties, emoluments and privileges

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - 1851
...acquit of disgrace or opinion of disadvantage all Officers who, being willing to make or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, " as they will...good soldiers, who subject themselves to discipline." Proceedings on Commission of Offences. — Whenever any Officer shall be accused of a capital crime,...
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The Standard Library Cyclopaedia of Political, Constitutional ..., Volume 2

Economics - 1853
...disgrace, or opinion of disadvantage, all officers and soldiers who, being willing to make or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...good soldiers, who subject themselves to discipline. DUKE, the title given to those who are in the highest rank of nobility in England. The order is not...
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The mystery of murder, and its defence [first appeared in the Law review for ...

Samuel Warren - 1855
...acquit of disgrace, or opinion of disadvantage, all officers who, being willing to make or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...is suitable to the character of honourable men, and done their duty as good soldiers, who subject themselves to discipline." There speaks the Queen of...
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An Act for Limiting the Time of Service in the Army...: An Act for Punishing ...

Gran Bretaña - 1860 - 285 pages
...Disadvantage all Officers who, being willing to make or accept such Redress, shall not give, or shall refuse to accept, Challenges, as they will only have...honourable Men, and have done their Duty as good Soldiers, Soldiers, who subject themselves to Discipline. , PROCEEDINGS ON COMMISSION OF OFFENCES. 18- WHENEVER...
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The history of Lord Seaton's regiment, the 52nd light infantry, at ..., Volume 1

William Leeke - 1866
...and soldiers are " acquitted of disgrace or disadvantage who, being willing to make " or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...soldiers who subject " themselves to discipline.'" The following extracts from the public journals, bearing upon the subject of duelling, are very interesting....
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The Romance of Duelling in All Times and Countries, Volume 2

Andrew Steinmetz - Dueling - 1868
...officers and soldiers are acquitted of disgrace or disadvantage who, being willing to make or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...good soldiers who subject themselves to discipline." These articles constitute our British ' Code of Honour.' I do not believe that the Anti-Duelling Association...
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Life of Sir Henry Lawrence, Volume 1

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - Colonial administrators - 1872
...acquitting "of disgrace, or opinion of disadvantage, all officers who, being willing to make or accept such redress, refuse to accept challenges, as they will...conveying a challenge was made liable to be cashiered j and seconds in a duel to be punished proportionately. Similar orders were issued to the navy. And...
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