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手机av天堂

时间: 2019年12月08日 03:36

� 鈥淚 wished to escape,鈥?the prince boldly replied, 鈥渂ecause you did not treat me like a son, but like an abject slave.鈥? � Frederick.鈥? � "Then you credit the Shattuck rumors?" demanded Kennedy. 手机av天堂 I read this and more, but, as I merely skimmed it, I could not say that I understood it. I turned to Kennedy, still abstracted. � The salvation of the army seemed to depend upon capturing the Austrian magazines at Beneschau. Marshal Schwerin was sent forward with all speed, at the head of a strong detachment, and was so lucky as to take Beneschau. Here he intrenched himself. Frederick, upon hearing the glad tidings, immediately started from Tabor to join him. His sick were at Fraunberg, Budweis, and Neuhaus, some dozen miles south of Tabor. Garrisons, amounting to three thousand men, had been left to protect them from the Pandours. As Frederick was about to abandon that whole region, it was manifest that these garrisons could not maintain themselves. He dispatched eight messengers in succession to summon the troops immediately to join him. The sick were to be left to their fate. It was one of the cruel necessities of war. But not one of these messengers escaped capture by the Pandours. Frederick commenced his march without these garrisons. The three thousand fighting men, with the three hundred sick, all fell into the hands of the Pandours. In reference to this campaign the king subsequently wrote: 鈥淎t the death of the emperor there were but two Austrian regiments in Silesia. Being determined to assert my right to that duchy, I was obliged to make war during the winter, that I might make the banks of the Neisse the scene of action. Had I waited till the spring, what we gained by one single march would certainly have cost us three or four difficult campaigns.鈥?4 �