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Embarkment  n.  Embarkation. (R.)

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"Embarkment" Quotes from Famous Books

... stimulus to Buonaparte, and still another device to secure the passionately desired citadel of Ajaccio was proposed by him to the commissioners of the Convention, and adopted by them. The remnants of a Swiss regiment stationed near by were to be marched into the city, as if for embarkment; several French war vessels from the harbor of St. Florent, including one frigate, with troops, munitions, and artillery on board, were to appear unexpectedly before the city, land their men and guns, and then, with the help ...
— The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte - Vol. I. (of IV.) • William Milligan Sloane

Words linked to "Embarkment" :   boarding, disembarkation, departure, embark, leaving

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