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" Landing, whilst he was coming up to the Fort to batter it. The Admiral luffing up as near to the Fort as he could, the Fire of his Small Arms commanded the enemies... "
An impartial representation of the conduct of the several powers of Europe ... - Page 49
by Richard Rolt - 1749
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The Modern Part of an Universal History,: From the Earliest Account of Time

World history - 1764
...the fort ; upon which he made the fignal for the boats in which the foldiers were, to make the bed of their way in order to their landing, whilft he...was coming up to the fort to batter it. The admiral luffing-up as near to the fort as he could, the fire of his fmall-arms commanded the enemy's lower...
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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 4

Frederic Hervey - Great Britain - 1779
...forty failors, with a company of marines and their officers, to land with all imaginable expedition, whilft he was coming up to the fort to batter it. The admiral luffing up as near the fort as he conveniently could, was faluted wirh a whole volley, every mot of which almoft took...
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Ver-non-semper-viret. Memorial of admiral Vernon

William Frederick Vernon - 1861
...the boats in which the soldiers were to make the best of their way in order to their landing, while he was coming up to the Fort to batter it. The Admiral luffing up as near to the Fort as he could, the fire of his small arms commanded the enemy's lower batteries, and had a good effect in driving...
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American Journal of Numismatics, Volumes 39-40

Numismatics - 1905
...the Boats in which the Soldiers were, to make the best of their way in order to their Landing, whilst he was coming up to the Fort to batter it. The Admiral luffing up as near to the Fort as he could, the Fire of his Small Arms commanded the enemies' lower Batteries, and had a good Effect in driving...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 9

English essays - 1740
...the Fort | upon which be nude the Signal for the Boat* in which the Soldiers wen), to make the here of their way in order to their Landing, whilft he...up to the Fort to batter it. The Admiral luffing up at near to the Fort as be could, the Fire of his small Amu commanded the Enemies lower Batteries, and...
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The London Magazine, and Monthly Chronologer, Volume 9

English essays - 1740
...for the Boat* in which the Soldiers were, to make the beft of their way in order to their Ltnding, whilft he was coming up to the Fort to batter it....Admiral luffing up as near to the Fort as he could, the Fire of his fmali Arms commanded the Enemies lower Batteries, and had a good Eft'rft in driving...
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The Political State of Great Britain, Volume 60

Great Britain - 1740
...Soldiers were, to make the bed of their Way in order to their Landing, whiJft he was comiig up to ihe Fort to batter it. The Admiral luffing up as near to the Fort as he could, the fire of the Small Arms commanded the Enemies lower Batteries, and had a good Effect in driving...
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