Sharpe's Enemy 
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Sarah: Don't worry. I'm married to a French colonel. We fell in love before this war began. He's a brave man and he'll come for me soon, I know he will.
Isabella: I'm married to an English colonel. He's a coward, and he won't come at all.
Richard Sharpe: No wonder Harris reads Voltaire. Listen: Dieu ne pas pour le gros battalions, mais pour sequi teront le meilleur.
Teresa: God is not on the side of the big battalions, but of the best shots.
Richard Sharpe: Not bad for a Frog, eh?
Wellington: Discipline is only a rabble-rouser's shout from anarchy!
Isabella: Voltaire says, I have no morals, yet I am a very moral person. And that's how I think I am.
Richard Sharpe: That's how I think you are, too.
Nairn: You see that colonel, Sharpe? That colonel came here to make you a major. Would you believe that?
Richard Sharpe: No, sir.
Nairn: Right hand up to God, Sharpe.
Richard Sharpe: That's your left hand, sir.
Richard Sharpe: What are you smiling at, Fredrickson?
Frederickson: I'm not smiling, sir. A musket ball broke my jaw. I have false teeth. The sawbone stuck on the smile for free, sir. He also stuck on my hair. Hair belongs to a horse, sir.
Pot Au Fe: My friends, let us not fight! Let us eat!
Teresa: You never stopped me from doing what I had to do. That's why I loved you so much.
Teresa: Harper, I have half a bottle of the best Irish whisky from the Irish priests at Salamanca.
Richard Sharpe: You speak a word and you're dead, Harper.
Patrick Harper: I'll be dead, but, sir, I'll be drunk.
Harris: I'll trade you a Voltaire, and a filthy book by the Marquis De Sade, for your Sir Augustus, sir.
Ducos: Come, Colonel. We've wasted enough time in Adrados. It was a fool's errand in the first place.
Richard Sharpe: Fool's errand? That man's wife is held hostage, sir! What is he to do?
Ducos: Find another.