On the 26th, a corps or division of the army was assembled, and placed under the immediate orders of Sir arthur wellesley.
Sir arthur wellesley will be here in less than half an hour.
His last trip was taken, in connection with this book, to the country of Sir arthur wellesley's exploits.
"Colonel arthur wellesley" there commanded the 33d regiment, and the Nizam's force.
Yet, after all, Sir arthur wellesley had won merely a tactical victory.
A small army, collected for a distant enterprise, was ordered thither, under the command of Sir arthur wellesley.
Of this was arthur wellesley, who never knew defeat and 'never lost a British gun'.
arthur wellesley lived to achieve a reputation second to that of scarcely any name in history.
For God's sake remember the man who set out for to conquer arthur wellesley, with a broken bellows and an empty pocket.
arthur wellesley, having got his foot firmly on the first rung of the ladder, found the rest of the ascent feasible enough.
boot so called from 1817, for Arthur, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), who also in his lifetime had a style of coat, hat, and trousers named for him as well as a variety of apple and pine tree.