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" The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable loss they had sustained, were not dismayed, but by the most determined bravery not only repelled every attempt of the enemy to gain ground, but actually forced him to retire, although he had brought... "
Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - Page 153
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 27

1809
...itieut.-Gcneral Sir John Moore, who had just directed the most able disposition, fell by a cannon-shot. The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable loss they had sustained, were not d'umajcd; but by the most determined br.tvcry not only repelled «very attempt of the enemy to gain...
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The Universal magazine

1809
...General Sir John Moore, who had just directed the mostable disposition, fell by a cannon-shot. The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable...repelled every attempt of the enemy to gain ground, hut actually forced him to retire, although he had brought up fresh trnops in support of those originally...
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A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain: Commanded by His ...

James Carrick Moore - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1809 - 324 pages
...Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore, who had just directed the most able disposition, fell by a cannon shot. The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable...Enemy, finding himself foiled in every attempt to force the right of the position, endeavoured by numbers to turn it. A judicious and well-timed movement...
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Letters from Portugal and Spain: comprising an account of the operations of ...

Adam Neale - History - 1809 - 464 pages
...Lieutenant-General Sir Johu Moore, who had just directed (he most able dispositions, fell by .1 cannon-shot. The troops, though not Unacquainted with the irreparable...enemy, finding himself foiled in every attempt; to force the right of the position, endeavoured by numbers to turn it. A judicious and welltimed movement,...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 71

English literature - 1809
...Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Moore, who had just directed tbe most able dispositions, fell by a cannon-shot. The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable...enemy, finding himself foiled in every attempt to force the right of the position, endeavoured by numbers to turn it. A judicious and well-timed movement,...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 15

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1809
...lieut.-geli. sir John Moore, who had just directed the most able dispositions, fell by a cannon-shot. The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable...although he had brought up fresh troops in support of thosr originally engaged. — The enemy, finding himself foiled in every attempt to forct the right...
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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 - Great Britain - 1809 - 88 pages
...policy of nations to exaggerate their successes, but not to register their defeats.] GAZETTE. — " The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable...to gain ground, but actually forced him to retire," &c. MONITEUR. — "The whole of this is false. — Sir John Moore was wounded as he was endeavouring...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 11

1809
...troops, ti' \:"h not unacquainted with the irreparable loss they had sustained, were not di: mayed, but by the most determined bravery not only repelled...brought up fresh troops in support of those originally cngased. The enemy, finding himself foiled in every attempt to force the right of the position, endeavoured...
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Letters from Portugal and Spain: An Account of the Operations of the Armies ...

Adam Neale - 1809
...Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore, who bad just directed the most able dispositions, fell ty a cannon-shot. The troops, though not unacquainted with the irreparable...repelled every attempt of the enemy to gain ground, but aclually forced him to retire, although he had brought up fresh troops in support of those originally...
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A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain

James Carrick Moore - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1809 - 388 pages
...though not unacquainted with the irrepara" ble loss they had sustained, were not dis'" mayed, biit by the most determined bravery " not only repelled...Enemy "to gain ground, but actually forced him to re" tire, although he had brought up fresh troops " in support of those originally engaged. 'l The...
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