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When, the week before Christmas, they learned that a French army officer named Napoleon Bonaparte had recaptured Toulon, that all foreign invaders had been forced to retreat from French soil and all counterrevolution suppressed, even the Countess admitted she had given up hope of seeing her son again.
Toulon, samo, sunce je dolje zaista jako, uhvatila me boja iako se nisam.
In order to avoid having to cross the Maritime Alps, the train ran along the coast of the Mediterranean after leaving Marsaille, past Toulon, Carme, Nice, and Monaco to the Ligurian coast.
French minister, in hopes of eluding observation, gave orders for the equipment of an armament at Toulon, under pretence of exercising the sailors of France in naval tactics.
I only heard the following circumstance: Ascanio Pogomas, or Passano, had been released at the end of November, and had then been embarked on a felucca bound for Toulon.
Toulon of six sail of the line, two frigates, and two cutters from Brest, gave the French a superiority which, had they known how to use it, would materially have endangered the British Mediterranean fleet.
The armament at Toulon consisted of thirteen ships of the line, seven forty-gun frigates, with twenty-four smaller vessels of war, and nearly 200 transports.
Lord Hood, who had now been compelled to evacuate Toulon, suspected Paoli of intentionally deceiving him.
Take the train from Nice or Marseilles, get off at Toulon and take a bus to Lavandou, then by boat (an hour and a few minutes) to l'Ile du Levant--then chuck away your cares with your clothes.
Not only was confidential information bandied about in the most reckless way, so that a Sicilian wine-merchant of his acquaintance could tell him, quite correctly, that the 73rd Regiment would leave Gibraltar next week, bound for Cerigo and Santa Maura, but far more important plans were being conveyed, at least in part, to Toulon and Paris.