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So when I saw myself defeated by this ox filth, I outbade the fellow, crying, "Two hundred!"
A few of the great and would-be great ladies outbade one another in the effort to renew the luxury and revive the grace of the past.
But France, richer and more determined, outbade all competitors: it bought over General Erlach, the commander of Breysach, and the other officers, who soon placed that fortress, with the whole army, in their hands.
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