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" ... the standardbearer of the tenth legion, having first invoked the gods for success, cried out aloud, ' Follow me, fellowsoldiers, unless you will betray the Roman eagle into the hands of the enemy : for my part, I am resolved to discharge my duty to... "
The history of England - Page 26
by Rapin de Thoyras (Paul, M.) - 1757
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A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies: Or, a Private Tutor for Little ...

Children's literature - 1778 - 186 pages
...Standard-Bearers leaped in firft with his Colours in his Hand, Crying out aloud, Follow me, Fel'e-tu Soldiers, unlefs you 'will betray the Roman Eagle into the Hands of the Enemy. For my Part, lam ref allied to difckarge my Duty to Ctffar and the Commoniuealtb, Whereupon all the Soldiers followed...
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The history of Great Britain: from the first invasion of it by the ..., Volume 1

Robert Henry, Malcolm Laing - Great Britain - 1800
...into the fea, and advancing with the eagle towards the enemy, cried aloud ; " Follow me, my fellow" foldiers, unlefs you will betray the Roman " eagle into the hands of the enemy ; for my " part, I am determined to difcharge my duty " to Csefar and the commonwealth." All who beheld this bold action,...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 14

1801
...having first invoked the gads for success, cried out aloud — " Follow me, fellow- soldiers, unless you will betray the Roman eagle into the hands of the enemy; for my part, I am resolved to discharge my duty to Caesar and the commonwealth." Upon tnis he jumped into the sea, and...
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A new history of Great Britain: from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the ...

John Adams - Great Britain - 1803 - 455 pages
...jumped into the fea, and advancing with the eagle towards the troops, cried aloud, " Follow me, fellow -foldiers, unlefs you will betray the Roman eagle into the hands of the enemy : for my part I am determined to difcharge my duty to Caefar and the commonwealth." All who beheld this * . Caefar's Commentaries....
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The History of Great Britain: From the First Invasion of it by the ..., Volume 1

Robert Henry, Malcolm Laing - Great Britain - 1805
...towards the enemy, cried aloud ; " Follow me, my fellow" foldiers, unlefs you will betray the Roman fc eagle into the hands of the enemy ; for my *' part, I am determined to difcharge my duty *' to Cnefar and the commonwealth." All who beheld this bold action,...
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v. 1-2 B.C. 55-A.D. 449

Robert Henry - Great Britain - 1814
...into the fea, and advancing with the eagle towards the enemy, cried aloud; " Follow me, my fellow" foldiers,' unlefs you will betray the Roman " eagle into the hands of the enemy; for my " part, I am determined to difcharge my duty * * to Caefar and the commonwealth." All who beheld this bold action,...
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The Juvenile Tourist ; Or, Excursions Into the West of England: Into the ...

John Evans - England - 1818 - 520 pages
...having first invoked the Gods for success, cried out aloud,— " Follow me, fellow-soldiers, unless you betray the Roman eagle into the hands of the enemy ; for my part, I am resolved to discharge my duty to Caesar and the commonwealth." Upon this he jumped into the sea, and...
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Elegantiae Latinae: or, Rules & exercises illustrative of elegant Latin ...

Edward Valpy - 1819 - 256 pages
...legion, having first invoked the Gods for success, cried aloud, " Follow me, fellow soldiers, unless you will betray the Roman eagle into the hands of the enemy." 3. They say that while the boy was sleeping, his head appeared suddenly in a blaze ; and that, when...
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ElegantiŠ LatinŠ; or Rules & exercises illustrative of elegant Latin style ...

Edward Valpy - 1821
...to reduce Greece under his power, Darius fitted out a fleet of five hundred fellow soldiers, unless you will betray the Roman eagle into the hands of the enemy." j 3. They say that while the boy was sleeping,* his head appeared suddenly in a blaze ; and that, when...
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A Catechism of the History of England ...

C. Irving - Great Britain - 1822 - 100 pages
...brave natives, till induced by a stand ardbearer, who cried aloud, " Follow me,fellow soldiers, unless you will betray the Roman eagle into the hands of the enemy; for my part, I am determined to discharge my duty to Caesar and the~ commonwealth." Q What was the result of this expedition...
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