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“British at Detroit, such as Rocheblave and Lamothe, who had been captured by Clark, were eager for revenge, and desired to be allowed to try and retake Vincennes and the Illinois; they saw that the Americans must either be exterminated or else the land abandoned to them.”
“Polidori's book has a rough order to it: it progresses from shots of still-present floodwater to the extensive, picturesque property damage inside and out, and then to indications of cleanup climaxed by several shots (6409 Louis XIV Street, 6525 Wuerpel Street, 539 Rocheblave Street) of interiors stripped of plaster and ruined furniture, getting ready to be rebuilt and inhabited, while pristine temporary trailers at last appear, courtesy of a sluggish government.”
“Rocheblave, the obnoxious Governor, was sent to Virginia.”
“Curiously enough, the commandant was a Frenchman, Rocheblave, who had thriftily entered the”
“Rocheblave was sent as a captive to Williamsburg, where he soon broke parole and escaped.”
“The surprise of Kaskaskia and taking of Rocheblave, the English commandant, the fourth of July,”
“Monsieur Rocheblave, Monsieur Maurice Clouard, Dr. Cabanes, Monsieur Marieton, the enthusiastic collector, Spoelberch de Lovenjoul and Monsieur Decori have all given us their contributions to the debate.”
“Rocheblave was suspected of having hidden some in the inviolable portions of her dress.”
“Rocheblave, when he appeared, was no better, and was put back in his house under guard.”
“And Rocheblave, when he appeared, was no better, and was put back in his house under guard.”
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