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" White, did come seasonably in, and at the push of pike did repel the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give. Which proved a great amazement to the residue of their foot, this being the first action... "
England at War: The Story of the Great Campaigns of the British Army ... - Page 58
by William Henry Davenport Adams - 1886
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Life of Oliver Cromwell, Volume 2

Michael Russell - 1829
...At the point of pike," says he, " they did repell the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give ; which...proved a great amazement to the residue of their foot." The cavalry followed up this advantage, charged the infantry who were already outflanked and deprived...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1829
...At the point of pike," says he, " they did repell the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give ; which...proved a great amazement to the residue of their foot." The cavalry followed up this advantage, charged the infantry who were already outflanked and deprived...
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The History of Dunbar, from the Earliest Records to the Present Period: With ...

James Miller - Castles - 1830 - 296 pages
...seasonably in ; and at the push of pike, did repel the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, meerly with the courage the Lord was pleased to give ; which...first action be'tween the foot, the horse, in the mean time, did, with a great deal of courage and spirit, beat back all opposition, charging through...
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Origin and services of the Coldstream guards, Volume 2

Daniel Mackinnon - 1833
...seasonably in, and at the push of pike did repel the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give, which...the first action between the foot. The horse in the mean time did with a great deal of courage and spirit beat back all opposition, charging through the...
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Origin and Services of the Coldstream Guards, Volume 2

Daniel MacKinnon - Great Britain - 1833
...seasonahly in, and at the push of pike did repel the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give, which...great amazement to the residue of their foot, this heing the first action hetween the foot. The horse in the mean time did with a great deal of courage...
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Origin and Services of the Coldstream Guards, Volume 2

Daniel MacKinnon - Great Britain - 1833
...seasonahly in, and at the push of pike did repel the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give, which...great amazement to the residue of their foot, this heing the first action hetween the foot. The horse in the mean time did with a great deal of courage...
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Life of Oliver Cromwell, Volume 2

Michael Russell - 1838
...At the point of pike," says he, " they did repell the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give ; which...proved a great amazement to the residue of their foot." The cavalry followed up this advantage, charged the infantry, who were already outflanked and deprived...
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Eminent British statesmen, Volume 6

Statesmen - 1838
...pike," wrote Cromwell proudly, " they did repell the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give ; which...proved a great amazement to the residue of their foot." The cavalry followed up this advantage, charged the infantry who were already outflanked and deprived...
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Narratives of Peril and Suffering, Volume 1

Richard Alfred Davenport - History - 1840
...at push of pike, did repel the stoutest regiment the enemy had there, merely with the courage which the Lord was pleased to give ; which proved a great amazement to the residue of their foot." There was at least one Scotch brigade which was not thrown into " a great amazement " on this occasion....
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Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations, Volume 1

Oliver Cromwell, Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1845
...seasonably in ; and, at the push of pike, did repel the stoutest regiment the Enemy had there, merely with the courage the Lord was pleased to give. Which...residue of their foot ; this being the first action * Lambert, Fleetwood, Whalley. between the foot. The horse in the meantime did, with a great deal of...
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