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It appears that my lucky shot has contributed considerably to the provisionment of Sweetapple Cove.
This provisionment seemed the more remarkable to Claude because at home he had to smoke in the cowshed.
Magazines and munitions of all kinds are provided by Hebrew capitalists and all the subaltern agents of military provisionment are of the same nation.
By one road provisionment was going off to the right; by another two men with messages, one a Hussar on horseback, the other a
Thus the navy was all completely organized, with its gradations of rank, its rules of action, its records, its account books, its offices and arrangements for provisionment and supply, the whole forming a vast system which moved on of itself, whether the king were present or absent, sick or well, living or dead.
His majesty, unwilling to rely on these arrange - ments alone for the supply of provisions and means of transport for the armies, thought fit to nominate SignorCalvo, a member of the supreme junta, who, with the full powers that were given to him, was en - abled to arrange all the necessary points for the best provisionment of the same.
A History of the campaigns of the British forces in Spain and Portugal : undertaken to relieve those countries from the French usurpation : comprehending memoirs of the operations of this interesting war : characteristic reports of the Spanish and Portuguese troops, and illustrative anecdotes of distinguished military conduct in individuals, whatever their rank in the Army
To abandon such a centre is to let fall into the enemy's hands opportunities for provisionment and _machinery_ for his further supply; it is to allow great numbers of one's nationals to pass as hostages into his power; it is nearly always to give up to him the junction of several great railways; it is to permit him to levy heavy indemnities, and even, if he is in such a temper, to destroy in great quantities the accumulated wealth of the past.