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Text:"...VUl PREFACE. the narrative was written for boys and girls of a tender age. General Sir GeorgeThomasNapier was the second son of Colonel the Hon. George and Lady Sarah Napier. He was born in June..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... than I did on reading in the Gazette, s GeorgeThomasNapier, gent., to be cornet in the 24th Light Dragoons. A very few days were necessary to get my uniform made, as I worried the tailors life out till..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Vlll PREFACE. the narrative was written for boys and girls of a tender age. General Sir GeorgeThomasNapier was the second son of Colonel the Hon. George and Lady Sarah Napier. He was born in June..."
Date:Between 1784 and 1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... great natural eloquence. His brother, Sir GeorgeThomasNapier (1784-1855), entered the army in 1800, and served with distinction under Moore and Wellington in the Peninsula - and lost his right arm..."
Publication date:1911
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Text:"...the narrative was written for boys and girls of a tender age. General Sir GeorgeThomasNapier was the second son of Colonel the Hon. George and Lady Sarah Napier. He was born in June 1784, entered..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Vlll PREFACE. the narrative was written for boys and girls of a tender age. General Sir GeorgeThomasNapier was the second son of Colonel the Hon. George and Lady Sarah Napier. He was born in June..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... than I did on reading in the Gazette, GeorgeThomasNapier, gent., to be cornet in the 24th Light Dragoons. A very few days were necessary to get my uniform made, as I worried the tailors Ufe out till..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... than I did on reading in the Gazette, GeorgeThomasNapier, gent., to be cornet in the 24th Light Dragoons. A very few days were necessary to get my uniform made, as I worried the tailors life out till..."
Date:Between 1784 and 1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... than I did on reading in the Gazette, GeorgeThomasNapier, gent., to be cornet in the 24th Light Dragoons. A very few days were necessary to get my uniform made, as I worried the tailors life out till..."
Date:1884
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... for Sir GeorgeThomasNapier. (1784-1855) a former governor of the Cape of Gcbd Hope. Others can be found in Alabama and Kentucky and in 1937 there was a Napier post office in Missouri. There is also..."
Date:Dec 1 1971
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... to the late Generals Sir Charles James Napier, and Sir GeorgeThomasNapier. He entered the army an ensign, in 1800 ; became lieutenant in April of the following yéar, and captain June 2,1804. Ke served..."
Date:Feb 19 1860
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Benjamin January Sir LieutGo July 1836 Sir GeorgeThomasNapier K C B January Hare ft 1839 Sir Peregrine December Martin West Right Sir 1847 Sir Young E De R August March the Hom Sir George January 1852..."
Date:Apr 1 1862
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...-Colonel, vice GeorgeThomasNapier, who exchanges-dated as above. 69ih ditto-Captain. Raymond Williams, from half-pay 25th Light-Dragoons, to be Captain, vice Matthew Guuuing, - who exchanges, receiving..."
Date:Apr 30 1821
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... with tho good spirits and satisfactory appearance of the men.ACCIDENTS AND OFFBNCSS. Tiik liATR (}jiNERAii Sir George Thomas Napieiî.— (îeneral Sir GeorgeThomasNapier, K.C.B., brother of the late Sir..."
Date:Sep 22 1855
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., with which teso- WOOLWICH, Dxc. 25. ROYAL ARTILLERY.—GENERAL ORDER. Woolwich, Dec. 28, 1840. The Master General has directed the following letter from Lord Hill to Majsr General Sir GeorgeThomasNapier, K..."
Date:Dec 26 1840
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Alexander Napier, Cemptn^er of Scotland under James II., and Vice-Ad-miral is the reign of James III. Our »ubject, who is brother of Major-General Sir GeorgeThomasNapier, Governor and Commander..."
Date:June 3 1843
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom