General Milhaud had distinguished himself in the course of our national wars, by success and bravery.
It was for the most part under the command of Milhaud, but the rear of it was under the command of Desnoettes.
He tore off General Milhaud's epaulettes, which he flung into Foy's face.
While the English were wheeling off triumphantly, they were met by a brigade of Milhaud's cuirassiers.
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A better reason still decided Napoleon so to risk a very desperate chance, and to hurl Kellerman upon the heels of Milhaud.
The cuirassiers of General Milhaud set off at a gallop, to repulse the English horse.
At the village of Milhaud, near Nismes, the inhabitants were frequently forced to pay large sums to avoid being pillaged.
Milhaud's Heavy Dragoons, with the 4th Lancers, came up at a gallop.
Milhaud has joined Kellermann; they form an illimitable multitude of horses, breastplates, plumes and shining weapons.