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  • The Prince of Joinville, seeing the deroute of his troops, was compelled with a few faithful followers to fly towards Paris, and

    The History of the Next French Revolution

  • Je me leve (avec du mal) e me prepare 13h30 toctoc ... hop Direction Reims ... 1h00 deroute je comate dans la voiture en essayant de comprendre tous les mots que Severine debite ...

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • The confusion immediately became general -- the deroute was complete: Damietta itself was abandoned, and the same night the victorious crusaders fixed their headquarters in that city.

    Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions — Volume 2

  • The confusion immediately became general -- the _deroute_ was complete: Damietta itself was abandoned, and the same night the victorious Crusaders fixed their head-quarters in that city.

    Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds

  • The Prince of Joinville, seeing the deroute of his troops, was compelled with a few faithful followers to fly towards Paris, and Prince Napoleon remained master of the field of battle.

    Burlesques

  • The Count says: "Par la relation du combat que j'ay entendu faire au Roy d'Angleterre et a plusieurs de sa suite en particulier, il ne me paroit pas qu'il soit bien informe de tout ce qui s'est passe dans cette action, et qu'il ne scait que la deroute de ses troupes."] [Footnote 718: It was not only on this occasion that James held this language.

    The History of England, from the Accession of James II — Volume 3

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