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And thou comest with the laurel wreath upon thy head;
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=THE ARMY AT MORAT.=
On the first day the army reached the battle-field of Morat, which the soldiers hailed with enthusiasm. The contingents of Bienne, Nidau, La Neuville, Neuchâtel, Valengin, Château d’Œx,
Gessenay, and 杭州足浴店全套按摩 Payerne, burning with affection for Geneva and the Reformation, joined the Bernese flag in the last-named town. Here the Avoyer de Watteville passed this noble army in review on the 24th of January, and administered the oath to it.
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