Historical Records of the British Army [Infantry] ...

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1837
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Page 113 - I believe he was wounded early ; but he concealed his situation from those about him, and continued in the field giving his orders with that coolness and perspicuity .which had ever marked his character, till long after the action was over, when he fainted through weakness and loss of blood. Were it permitted...
Page 113 - His steady observance of discipline, his everwatchful attention to the health and wants of his troops, the persevering and unconquerable spirit which marked his military career, the splendour of his actions in the field, and the heroism of his death, are worthy the imitation of all who desire, like him, a life of honour and a death of glory.

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