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  • Maj.-Gen.
  • 7680 (1915); Sir Edward Cook, The Press in Wartime (1920); Sir Philip Gibbs, Realities of War (1920); Neville Lytton, The Press and the General Staff (1921) Maj.-Gen.
  • Maj., at date 1151) that a young girl, who gave herself out to be miraculously inspired by the Virgin Mary, was reputed to have converted a great number of the disciples of Henry of Lausanne.
  • A better biography is that (New York, 1892) by Maj.-Gen.
  • The members, with few exceptions, subscribed to give a wedding present to his daughter on her marriage to Maj.-Gen.