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" It is unnecessary to describe the first burst of French soldiers. It is well known with what gallantry the officers lead, with what vehemence the troops follow, and with what a storm of fire they waste a field of battle. At this moment, with the advantage... "
History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France: From the ... - Page 287
by Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - 1840
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The United Service Magazine: With which are Incorporated the Army ..., Part 2

Military art and science - 1831
...left, and all regulating their movements by a common discretion, and keeping together with surprising vigour. " It is unnecessary to describe the first...sabring every thing in their way. Ney, desirous that Monthrun should follow this movement with the whole of the French cavalry, and so cut off the troops...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley, Frederick Arnold, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1831
...their movements by a common discretion, and keeping together with surprising vigour. It is unecessary to describe the first burst of French soldiers. It...advantage of ground and numbers, they were breaking over tbe edge of the ravine, their guns ranged along the summit, played hotly with grape ; and their hussars,...
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The Tourist: A Literary and Anti-slavery Journal

Slavery - 1833
...the officers lead, with what vehemence the soldiers follow, and with what a storm of fire they lay waste a field of battle. At this moment, with the...ranged along the summit, played hotly with grape; ала their troopers, galloping over the glacis of Almeida, poured dim u the road, sabring every thing...
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History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France ..., Volume 2

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1839
...is well known with what gallantry the officers lead, with what vehemence the troops follow, and wilh what a storm of fire they waste a field of battle....the glacis of Almeida, poured down the road, sabring everything in their way. Ney, desirous that Montbrun should follow this movement with the whole of...
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History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France ..., Volume 2

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1842
...left; and all regulating their movements by a common discretion and keeping together with surprising vigour. It is unnecessary to describe the first burst...were breaking over the edge of the ravine, their guns ranped along the summit, played hotly with grape, and their hussars, galloping over the glacis of Almeida,...
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English Battles and Sieges in the Peninsula: Extracted from His Peninsula War

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1852 - 549 pages
...soldiers. It is well known with what gallantry the officers lead, with what vehemence the troops follow, with what a storm of fire they waste a field of battle....of the ravine, their guns, ranged along the summit, poured down grape, their hussars galloped over the glacis of Almeida and along the road to the bridge...
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History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France ..., Volume 2

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1862
...all regulating their movements by a common discretion, and keeping together with surprising vigor. It is unnecessary to describe the first burst of French...the glacis of Almeida, poured down the road sabring everything in their way. Ney, desirous that Montbrun should follow this movement with the whole of...
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History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France ..., Volume 2

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1862
...is unnecessary to describe the first burst of French soldiers. It is well known with what gallantly the officers lead, with what vehemence the troops...the glacis of Almeida, poured down the road sabring everything in their way. "Key, desirous that Montbrun should follow this movement with the whole of...
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French examination papers, a selection set to candidates for ..., Volume 1

French examination papers, Paul Debussy - 1863
...soldiers. It is well known with what gallantry the officers lead, with what vehemence the troops follow, with what a storm of fire they waste 'a field, of...advantage of ground and numbers, they were breaking oveĽ the edge of the ravine , their guns, ranged along the summit, pouring down grape, while their...
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History of the War in the Peninsula, and in the South of France ..., Volume 2

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - 1867
...the troops follow, and with what a storm of fire they waste a field of battle. At this moment, having advantage of ground and numbers, they were breaking over the edge of the ravine, while their guns ranged along the summit poured down grape shot, and their hussars galloping over the...
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