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Image from page 114 of “Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge” (1806)
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Title: Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge
Year: 1806 (1800s)
Authors: Hübner, Jacob, 1761-1826 Geyer, Carl Wytsman, Philogène, 1866-1925, former owner. DSI Dutreux, Aug., former owner. DSI Schaus, William, 1859- , former owner DSI
Subjects: Lepidoptera Lepidoptera
Publisher: Augsburg : im Verlag der Hübner’schen Werke, bey C. Geyer …
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Image from page 287 of “Bourbon and Vasa ; a textbook of European history, 1610-1715, with a summary of the events immediately preceding” (1914)
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Title: Bourbon and Vasa ; a textbook of European history, 1610-1715, with a summary of the events immediately preceding
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Sacret, Joseph Humphrey
Subjects: Europe — History 1517-1648 Europe — History 1648-1715
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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by forced marches to join EugeneMarlborough, and reached Hochstadt on the Danube on i°oo„gh/^August 6, only a day or two after Tallard had joined theElector near Nebenjob Augsburg. Marlborough was now enabledto detach his uncongenial and over-cautious colleague^Louis of Baden, to besiege Ingolstadt, the only strongfortress on the path to Vienna, while he himself got intotouch with Eugene. In the meantime, Tallard and the Elector crossed tothe north of the Danube at Dillingen hoping to catchEugene isolated, or at least to cut the Allies line of T 3 276 THE SPANISH SUCCESSION WAR [cH. XI communication. Marlborough,however,also concentratedto the north of the river and joined Eugene, and on the13th their combined forces attacked the enemy. The Franco-Bavarian forces were arranged behindthe Nebel, a little rivulet running southwards into theDanube. Their right, with Tallard in command, restedon the village of Blindheim (which in its corruptedEnglish form gives its name to the battle), which was

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^n^cuOh^V^a^ hoo. ^ . . . I ■ End Miles I u 1 stockaded and occupied in great strength. Their leftunder Marsin and the Elector stretched from the villageof Oberglauheim to the line of wooded hills parallel toand about three miles to the north of the Danube. Marlborough grasped the important facts that hisenemies centre was the weak spot, that Blenheim andOberglauheim were too far apart to support one anotherproperly, and that the cavalry in the centre was postedtoo far back to dispute the passage of the Nebel cffec- CH. XI] THE SPANISH SUCCESSION WAR 277 tively. Therefore, dispatching Eugene through the woodson the north to keep Marsin engaged, he divertedTallards attention from the centre by fierce frontalattacks upon Blenheim. These attacks failed and theAllies suffered severe losses, which however were justified,since Tallard further weakened his centre by massingadditional forces to the defence of the village. Undercover of this action and a tremendous artillery fire,Marlborough

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Image from page 113 of “Augsburg’s drawing, book 2” (1901)
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Title: Augsburg’s drawing, book 2
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Augsburg, De Resco Leo, b. 1859
Subjects: Drawing
Publisher: Boston, New York, Educational Pub. Co
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Horizontal Cylinder. Fig. 3 is a horizontal cylinder drawn l)elow and at the left ofthe eye, and Fig. 4 is an ol)lique horizontal receding cylinderdrawn ])elow the eye. Depend on the unaided eye for the corvectnei<8 of the draiving. 16; Draw Fig. 3 below and at the right of the eye. 11, Draw part 1 below and at the left of the eye. 18. Draw part 1 below the eye. 19. Draw part 2 below the eye. 20. Draw part 2 belov/ and at the right of the eye. 21. Draw part 3 and remove the curved face. 22. Draw part 4 and remove the top face. 23. Slide part 3 to the right and away one-fourth its length. 24. Slide part 3 forward and to the left on part 4 one-fourthits length. Fig. 5 is a horizontal receding C3dinder, drawn below and atthe left of the eye, and divided into two equal parts. Remove the AUGSBURGS DRAWING. Ill

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