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" ... his other corps. At six the firing entirely ceased. The different brigades were re-assembled on the ground they occupied in the morning, and the picquets and advanced posts resumed their original stations. Notwithstanding the decided and marked superiority... "
The Life and Administration of the Right Hon. Spencer Perceval: Including ... - Page 124
de Charles Verulam Williams - 1813 - 328 pages
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The Universal magazine, Volume 11

1809 - 596 pages
...resumed their original stations. Notwithstanding the decided an marked superiority which at this m ment the gallantry of the troops had given them over an enemy, who from the numbcft and the commanding advantages of his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did not,...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 11

1809 - 594 pages
...the ground they occupied in the morning, and the picquets and advanced posts resumed theirorigiual stations. Notwithstanding the decided and marked superiority...of his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did not, on reviewing all circumstances, conceive that 1 should be warranted in departing from what...
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Operations of the British Army in Spain: Involving Broad Hints to the ...

Author of Operations of the British army in Spain - 1809 - 96 pages
...The different brigades were reassembled on the ground they occupied in the morning, and the piquets and advanced posts resumed their original stations....the troops had given them over an enemy, who, from his numbers, and the commanding advantages of his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did...
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A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain: Commanded by His ...

James Carrick Moore - 1809 - 558 pages
...different brigades were re-as" se.mbled on the ground they occupied in the " morning, and the piquets and advanced posts " resumed their original stations....troops had given them over an • Enemy, who, from his numbers and the commanding advantages of his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 15

1809 - 536 pages
...The different brigades were re-assembled on the ground they occupied in the morning, and the picquets and advanced posts resumed their original stations...the troops had given them over an enemy, who, from his number and the commanding advantages of his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did...
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A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain

James Carrick Moore - 1809 - 356 pages
...different brigades were re" assembled on the ground they occupied in the morning, and the " piquets and advanced posts resumed their original stations....the troops had give"n them over an " Enemy, who from his numbers and the commanding advantages of " his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did...
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The Literary Panorama, Volume 5

1809 - 688 pages
...the ground they occupied in the morning, and the piquets and advanced posts resumed their oiiginal stations. Notwithstanding the decided and marked superiority...the troops had given them over an enemy, who, from his numbers and the commanding advantages of his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did...
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Letters from Portugal and Spain: Comprising an Account of the Operations of ...

1809 - 518 pages
...The different brigades were re-assembled on (he ground (hey occupied in the morning, and the pickets and advanced posts resumed their original stations....decided and marked superiority which at this moment ihe gallantry of (he troops had given thun over an nemy, who APPENDIX. NO. XXXIX. from hi» number,...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 15

William Cobbett - 1809 - 540 pages
...their original stations. — Notwithstanding thedecided and marked superiority which at this Sioment the gallantry of the troops had given them over an enemy, who, from his number and the commanding advantages of his position, no doubt expected an easy victory, I did...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 71

1809 - 1020 pages
...morning, and the pique's and advanced posts resumed their original uta'ions. Notwithstanding the ds.ided superiority which at this moment the gallantry of the troops had given thenjo\'er an enemy, who, from his number, and the commanding advantages of his position, no doubt...
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