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"Welcome to San Miguel, Captain, where God is in his heaven and all is well with the world" (Major Lucius Tubbs, pg. 11.)

"Didn't see a damn thing, Major. But if they've got enough energy to make a protest, they've got enough energy to go for a march. Don't want them getting slack, do we?" (Captain Richard Sharpe, pg. 17.)

"Pity, Ducos considered, was an emotion fit only for women, while mercy was the prerogative of God, and the Emperor deserved sterner virtues than those of women and God. The Emperor needed efficiency, dedication and intelligence, and Ducos supplied all three, which was why he had the Emperor's ear" (Narrator, pg. 19-20.)

"Against all men who are rude, but I have fought the French, Mister Hickey, since the day they killed my family" (Teresa Sharpe, pg. 23.)

"If I march towards Avila it will draw the guerilleros like flies to a...

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