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" ... certainty, the horses are drawn up, and their pieces discharged ; when, speedily retiring about a hundred paces, they load, and repeat the same mode of annoying the enemy. The... "
A Journey from Bengal to England, Through the Northern Part of India ... - Page 322
by George Forster - 1808 - 361 pages
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A Journey from Bengal to England: Through the Northern Part of ..., Volumes 1-2

George Forster - Afghanistan - 1798 - 297 pages
...predilection of the Sicques for the match-lock mufquet, and the conftant ufe they make of it, caufes a difference in their manner of attack from that of...from forty to fifty, advance in a quick pace to the diftance of a carabine fhot from the enemy, and then, that the fire may be given with the greater certainty,...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 13

1799
...predilection of the Sicques for the match-lock mufquet, and the confiant ufe they make of if, caufes a difference in their manner of attack from that of...from forty to fifty, advance in a quick pace to the diftance of a carabine foot from the ' tneny, and then, that the fire may he given with the greater...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 13

Theology - 1799
...predilection of the Sicques for the match-lock mufquet, and the confiant ufe they make of it, caufe? a difference in their manner of attack from that of...from forty to fifty, advance in a quick pace to the Jiltance of a carabine (hot from the. efteiny, and then, that the fire may he given with the greater...
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The Monthly Epitome, Volume 2

Great Britain - 1799
...prediIcnion of the Sicques for the matchlock mufquet, and the confiant ufe they make of it, caufes a difference in their manner of attack from that of...from forty to fifty, advance in a quick pace to the diftance of a carabine fliot from the enemy, and then, that the fire may be given with the greater...
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