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nearly annihilated, and unprecedented sums were voted for subsidies and other military purposes with scarcely a dissentient voice. The ministry, without any important addition to their external strength, remained firm on their seats. The public credit of the nation stood high, and heavy loans were negociated without difficulty. Peace, how desirable soever, for alleviating the public burdens, was scarcely mentioned, it being the general impression that it must be conquered, to be enjoyed with security.
War in the Peninsula.Longa's Success at SedunoLord Hellington's
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