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"'You forget,' Cochrane said, 'what the Spaniards say of me. I'm their devil. I work black magic. And in tomorrow's dawn, Sharpe, you'll see how devilish I can be.'" His lordship laughed, and his ship, pumps clattering, limped toward battle." Part 2, Chap. 2, p. 215

"Major Miller smiled confidingly at Sharpe. 'A great man, our Tommy, a great man! A hero, Sharpe, like yourself. Cut from the old cloth, poured from an antique mold, sprung from ancient seed, clean hewn from solid oak!'" Part 2, Chap. 3, p. 224

"'You know who crucified our Lord?' he shouted at the Dominican. 'Bloody priests and bloody lawyers! That's who! Not the soldiers! The soldiers were just obeying orders, because that's what soldiers are paid to do, but who gave the orders? Priests and lawyers, that's who! And you're still making your mess on God's earth. Jesus Christ, but I should revenge...

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