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" No expressions of mine could do justice to the conduct of the troops throughout. Nothing less than the almost unparalleled exertions of every officer, the invincible bravery of every soldier, and the most determined devotion to the honour of his Majesty's... "
The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26 - Page 449
1813
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The Royal military chronicle; or, The British officer's monthly ..., Volumes 1-5

1811
...detachment, overcame every obstacle, and General Rufin's division w as driven from the heights in cunfusion, leaving two pieces of cannon. No expressions of mine...formidable enemy, so posted. , In less than an hour and H half from the commencement of the action theenemy was in full retreat. The retiring divisions met,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 109

1811
...leaving two pieces of cannon. No expressions ot mine could do justice to the conduct of the troops throughout. Nothing less than the almost unparalleled...success, against such a formidable enemy, so posted. In leas than an hour and a halt' from the commencenientof the action, the Enemy was in full retreat. The...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 31

1811
...leaving two pieces of cannon. No expressions of mine could do justice to the conduct or the troops throughout. Nothing less than the almost unparalleled...the honour of his Majesty's arms in all, could have atchieved this brilliant success, against such a formidable enemy, so posted. In less than an hour...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 19

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1811
...No expressions of mine could do justice to the conductofthe troops throughout. Nothing less than (he almost unparalleled exertions of every officer, the...and the most determined devotion to the honour of bis Majesty's arms in all, could have achieved thi* brilliant success, against such a formidable enemy,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 81, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1811
...of the troops throughout. Nothing less than the almost unparalleled exertions of every officer, tlie invincible bravery of every soldier, and the most...determined devotion to the honour of His Majesty's arms in allj could have achieved this brilliant success, against such a formidable enemy, so posted. In Jess...
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The Life of His Grace Arthur, Duke, Marquis, and Earl of Wellington ...

Francis L. Clarke - 1817
...justice to the troops throughout the whole all'air. In fact, nothing less than the almost unparalMed exertions of every officer, the invincible bravery...brilliant success against such a formidable enemy so strongly posted. At the close of the action it was ascertained that an eagle, six pieces of cannon...
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 2

John Philippart - Great Britain - 1820
...leaving two pieces of cannon. " No expressions of mine could do justice to the conduct of the troops throughout. Nothing less than the almost unparalleled...every soldier, and the most determined devotion to the honor of his Majesty's arms in all, could have achieved this brilliant success against such a formidable...
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 2

John Philippart - Great Britain - 1820
...every officer, the invincible bravery of every soldier, and the most determined devotion to the honor of his Majesty's arms in all, could have achieved...success against such a formidable enemy, so posted. " lu less than an hour and a half from the commencement of the action the enemy was in full retreat....
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Annual Register, Volume 53

Edmund Burke - History - 1825
...leaving two pieces of cannon. No expressions of mine could do justice to the conduct of the troops throughout. Nothing less than the almost unparalleled...so posted. . In less than an hour and a half from tiie commencement of the action, the enemy was in full retreat. The retiring divisions met, halted,...
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Twenty-five years in the Rifle brigade

William Surtees - 1833
...leaving two pieces of cannon. " No expressions of mine conld do justice to the conduct of the troops throughout — nothing less than the almost unparalleled...of every soldier, and the most determined devotion of the honour of his Majesty's arms in all, could have achieved this brilliant success against such...
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