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It were to be wished that this hiatus had been supplied from the originals, in the archives of Brussels.

Statues were erected to them by public edict, and their works were recorded as matters of state in the archives of the nation.

He worked exclusively from Prussian archives, and history seen exclusively through Prussian spectacles was bound to be one-sided.

No Cabinet will be anxious to draw them from the sepulchre of its archives.

The works which gain praise are deposited in the archives of the princess or emirs.

Monsieur Soyer, Miss Nightingales name and your own will be for ever associated in the archives of this memorable war.

A few notes thus marked, says Macaulay, are still preserved among the archives of the Bank, as memorials of that terrible year.

Old and New LondonWalter Thornbury

He added that the memorial was believed to exist in the Company's archives.

The Great CompanyBeckles Willson

The exact date is not to be found in the Danish archives, and has hitherto eluded all research.

But the archives contained other and hardly less formidable documents than these.

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