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" Signals from these moments are useless, when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the enemy, and to leeward of him. "If the enemy are running away, then the only signals necessary... "
The naval history of Great Britain, from the declaration of war by France in ... - Page 371
by William James, Frederick Chamier - 1837
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The life of Nelson revised and illustrated, by the Old Sailor

Matthew Henry Barker - 1836
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is for us to support each other and to keep close to the enemy, and to leeward of...signals necessary will be, to engage the enemy as His Method of Stationing the Fleet. arriving up with them : and the other ships to pass on for the...
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The naval history of Great Britain, from ... 1793, to ... 1820 ..., Volume 3

William James - 1837
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is, for us to support each other, and to keep close to the enemy and to leeward of him....second, third, &c. ; giving, if possible, a close lire into the enemy in passing, taking care to give our ships engaged notice of your intention." —...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes ..., Volume 6

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1846
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the Enemy, and to leeward of...be to engage the Enemy as arriving up with them." On the success of his Plan depended, he truly added, " not only the honour and glory of our Country,...
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The History of the British Navy: From the Earliest Period to the ..., Volume 2

1866
...great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the enemy, and to leeward of them. " If the enemy are running away, then the only signals necessary will be, to engage the enemy on arriving up with them ; and the other ships to pass on for the second, third, &c., giving, if possible,...
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Nelson; the public and private life of Horatio, viscount Nelson: as told by ...

George Lathom Browne - 1891 - 472 pages
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the enemy, and to leeward of...will be to engage the enemy as arriving up with them ; the other ships to pass on for the second, third, &c., giving, if possible, a close fire into the...
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The Life of Nelson: The Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain, Volume 1

Alfred Thayer Mahan - 1899 - 764 pages
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his dnty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the Enemy, and to leeward of...engage the Enemy as arriving up with them; and the oiher ships to pass on for the second, third, &c., giving, if possible, a close fire into the Enemy...
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The Life of Nelson: The Embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain, Volume 1

Alfred Thayer Mahan - 1899 - 764 pages
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his dnty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the Enemy, and to leeward of...to engage the Enemy as arriving up with them ; and tbe other ships to pass on for the second, third, &c., giving, if possible, a close fire into the Enemy...
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The Royal Navy: A History from the Earliest Times to the Present, Volume 5

Sir William Laird Clowes, Sir Clements Robert Markham, Alfred Thayer Mahan, Herbert Wrigley Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, Leonard George Carr Laughton - Great Britain - 1900
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the enemy, and to leeward of...the other ships to pass on for the second, third, etc. ; giving, if possible, a close fire into the enemy in passing, taking care to give our ships engaged...
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Fighting Instructions, 1530-1816, Volume 29

Sir Julian Stafford Corbett - Great Britain - 1905 - 366 pages
...useless when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the enemy and to leeward of him....only signals necessary will be to engage the enemy on arriving up with them ; and the other ships to pass on for the second, third, &c., giving if possible...
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War on the Sea, Strategy and Tactics

Gabriel Darrieus - Naval art and science - 1908 - 321 pages
...useless, when every man is disposed to do his duty. The great object is for us to support each other, and to keep close to the enemy, and to leeward of...the other ships to pass on for the second, third, etc., giving, if possible, a close fire into the enemy in passing, taking care to give our ships engaged...
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