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" The whole impression of the British fleet must be to overpower from two or three ships ahead of their commander-in-chief, supposed to be in the centre, to the rear of their fleet. "
Fighting Instructions, 1530-1816 - Page 317
by Sir Julian Stafford Corbett - 1905 - 366 pages
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The Naval Chronicle, Volume 14

James Stanier Clarke, Stephen Jones, John Jones - Naval art and science - 1805
...the British fleet must Ы: te overpower from two or three Ships a-head of their Commander in Chief (supposed to be in the centre) to the rear of their fleet. — I will suppose twenty sail of the enemy to be untouched, it must be tome time before they could perform a manœuvre to bring their force...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the Spanish ...

Archibald Duncan - 1806
...as to ensure getting at their commander-in-chief, whom every effort must be made to capture. — The whole impression of the British fleet must be to over-power from two to three.ships a head of their commander-in-chief (supposed to be in their centre) to the rear of their...
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The life of ... Horatio lord viscount Nelson

James Harrison (biographer of Nelson.) - 1806
...so as to ensure getting at their commander in chief, whom every effort must be made to capture. The whole impression of the British fleet must be, to overpower from two or three ships a-head of their commander in chief, supposed to be their centre, to the rear of their...
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Authentic narrative of the death of lord Nelson

William Beatty (sir.) - 1807
...as to ensure getting at their Commander in Chief, on whom every effort must be made to- capture. THE whole impression of the British Fleet must be, to overpower from two or three ships ahead of their Commander in Chief (sup90 posed to be in the centre) to the rear of...
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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Year MDCCLXXXIII to MDCCCXXII.

Edward Pelham Brenton - Great Britain - 1824
...effort must be made to capture. The whole impression of the British fleet must be to overpower two or three ships ahead of their Commander-in-chief (supposed...rear of their fleet I will suppose twenty sail of their line to remain untouched, it must be some time before they could perform a manoeuvre to bring...
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The life of Nelson revised and illustrated, by the Old Sailor

Matthew Henry Barker - 1836
...to ensure^ getting at their commander-in-chief, whom every effort must be made to capture. — The whole impression of the British fleet must be to overpower from two or three ships ahead of their commanderin-chief, supposed to be in the centre, to the rear of their...
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The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Year MDCCLXXXIII. to MDCCCXXXVI.

Edward Pelham Brenton - Great Britain - 1837
...effort must be ma.de to capture. The whole impression of the British fleet must be to overpower two or three ships ahead of their commander-in-chief (supposed...centre). To the rear of their fleet I will suppose 20 sail of their line to remain untouched, it must be some time before they could perform a manoeuvre...
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The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Declaration of War by France in ...

William James, Frederick Chamier - Great Britain - 1837
...effort must be made to capture. The whole impression of the British fleet must be, to oveipower two or three ships ahead of their commander-in-chief (supposed...centre) to the rear of their fleet. I will suppose 20 sail of the enemy's line to be untouched : it must be some time before they could perform a manoeuvre...
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The life of Horatio lord viscount Nelson

1838
...so as to insure getting at their commander-in-ehief, whom every effort must be made to capture. The whole impression of the British fleet must be, to overpower from two or three ships a-head of their commander-in-chief, supposed to be their centre, to the rear of their...
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England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams, William Cooke Stafford - 1854
...effort must be made to capture. " The whole impression of the British fleet must be to overpower two or three ships ahead of their commander-in-chief (supposed...rear of their fleet, I will suppose twenty sail of • Southey has well said: — "Nelson has left us, not indeed his mantle of inspiration, but a name...
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