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" and the court cannot do otherwise than express its high admiration of the noble conduct of the captain, officers, and ship's company during the whole of the unequal contest, and is further of opinion that the "
The naval history of Great Britain, from ... 1793, to ... 1820, with an ... - Page 429
by William James - 1826
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Royal naval biography; or, Memoirs of the services of all the flag-officers ...

John Marshall - 1828
...was carried into battle'' (on the twentythird) "in asiosT JUDICIOUS, OFFICER-LIKE,AND GALLANT MANNER; and the Court cannot do otherwise than express its...unequal contest, and is further of opinion, that the Nereide was not surrendered to the enemy, until she was disabled in every respect, so as to render...
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The village churchman

REV. JOSHUA FAWCETT - 1840
...N.Willoughby's ship had been carried into action 'in a most judicious, officer-like, •and gallant manner, and the Court cannot do otherwise than express its...company during the whole of the unequal contest,' &c. The <3overnor - General of India (Lord Minto), in describing Sir N. "Willoughby's conduct, says...
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Annals of the wars of the nineteenth century, Volume 3

bart Edward Cust (hon. sir) - 1863
...ship ' Neruide' was carried into battle in a most judicious, officer-like, and gallant manner, and cannot do otherwise than express its high admiration...unequal contest; and is further of opinion that the ' Nureide' was not surrendered to the enemy until she was disabled in every respect, so as to render...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 62

Leslie Stephen - Great Britain - 1900
...into battle in a most judicious, officer-like, and gallant manner,' and formally expressed ' its nigh admiration of the noble conduct of the captain, officers,...company during the whole of the unequal contest.' The sentence, coneluding with a ' most honourable ' acquittal, has been correctly described as ' unprecedented...
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Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, Volumes 8-10

Thoroton Society - Nottinghamshire (England) - 1905
...ship Nereide was carried into battle on the 23rd in a most judicious, officerlike, and gallant manner, and the Court cannot do otherwise than express its high admiration of the nable conduct of the captain, officers, and ship's company, during the whole of the unequal contest,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 141

1879
...late ship'Néréide ' was carried into battle in a most judicious, officer-like, and gallant manner ; and the court cannot do otherwise than express its...company during the whole of the unequal contest." This action was fought in August 1810, and formed a sort of preliminary to the capture of the island....
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Faith in the Fight: Civil War Chaplains

William James - History - 2003 - 256 pages
...late ship Néréide was carried into battle in a most judicious, officer-Like, and gallant manner; and the court cannot do otherwise than express its...and ship's company during the whole of the unequal “Seep. 200. contest, and is further of opinion that the Ndréide was not surrendered to the enemy...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 19

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - Authors - 1879
...late ship Néréide was carried into battle in a most judicious, officer-like, and gallant manner ; and the court cannot do otherwise than express its...company during the whole of the unequal contest.' This action was fought in August 18 lo, and formed a sort of preliminary to the capture of the island....
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The Naval and military sketch book, and history of adventure by flood and field

...carried into battle in a most judicious, officer-like, and gallant manner;" expressing at the same time its " high admiration of the noble conduct of the...officers, and ship's company, during the whole of their unequal contest." Sjfcetrijes of BistmsutsfjeU No. VIII. GENERAL THE MARQUESS OF ANGLESEY, COLONEL...
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