1821: John Scott and J.H. Christie; John Scott, founder and editor of the London Magazine, was killed.
1824: The 3rd Marquess of Londonderry and Ensign Battier; Battier was a cornet in the Marquess's regiment. When Battier's pistol misfired, he declined the offer of another shot and left. He was later horsewhipped by the marquesses second Sir Henry Hardinge.
The Duel (also known as The Point of Honor: A Military Tale) by Joseph Conrad; Two officers of Napoleon Bonaparte's army fight a number of duels over many years.
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