Michel Ney

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Synonyms for Michel Ney

French marshal in the Napoleonic Wars (1769-1815)

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On June 16 Marshall Ney led French forces to victory against the Prussians after a British retreat at Quatre Bas prevented the allied forces from combining.
Also on this day: 43 BC: Death of Cicero; 1431: Henry VI of England was crowned King of France in Paris; 1598: Birth of Italian sculptor Gian Lorzeno Bernini; 1783: William Pitt the Younger, aged 24, became the youngest British Prime Minister; 1815: Marshall Ney, Napoleon's most famous general shot for treason in Paris; 1817: Death of William Bligh, captain of the Bounty; 1922: Parliament of Northern Ireland voted against being included in the Irish Free State; 1985: Death of poet Robert Graves.
Thompson's attorney, Marshall Ney, with the Rogers office of Friday Eldredge & Clark, said in an email to Arkansas Business, "It's clear from the complaint that Mr.
Marshall Ney of the Rogers office of Friday Eldredge & Clark was one of the attorneys representing the defendants.
In a recent Washington County Circuit Court filing, Whorton asked through her attorney Marshall Ney that the suit be dismissed without prejudice.
We will be keeping millions of dollars of taxes in Benton County to support our police, fire, schools and parks," Marshall Ney, a spokesman for the group, said in an email.
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