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" Maceira ; at the back, and to the westward and northward of this village is a mountain, the western point of which touches the sea, and the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the heights, over which passes the road which leads from Lourinha and... "
Bradshaw's illustrated hand-book to Spain and Portugal - Page 155
1865
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 78, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1808
...Westward and Northward of this village, is a mountain, the Western point of which touches the sea, and the Eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the heights, over which passes the road which leads from Louriiiha and the Northward, to Vimiera. The greater pi n of the infantry,...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 54

1808
...westward and northward uf this village, is a mountain, the western point of which touches the sea, and the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the heights, over which pusses the road which leads from Lourinha, md the northward, to Vimiera. The greater part of the infantry,...
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Minutes of the Proceedings of the Court of Inquiry Upon the Treaty of ...

Convention of Cintra - 1808 - 96 pages
...the westward and northward of this villagers a mountain, the western point of which touches the sea, and the eastern is separated by a deep ravine, from the heights over which passes the road which leads from Lonrinha and the northward, to Vimiera. The greater part of the infantry,...
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Letters from Portugal and Spain: An Account of the Operations of the Armies ...

Adam Neale - 1809
...westward and northward of this village, is a mountain, the western point of which touches the sea, and the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the heights, over which passes the road which leads from Lourinha, and the northward to Vimiera. The greater part of the infantry,...
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Letters from Portugal and Spain: comprising an account of the operations of ...

Adam Neale - History - 1809 - 464 pages
...westward and northward of this- village^ is & mountain, the western point of which touches (he sea, and the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the heights^ over winch passes the road which leads from Lourinha, and the northward to Vimiera. The greater part of...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volume 1, Part 1

Europe - 1810
...the little river Maceira winds its way. The western termination of these mountains reaches the shore, the eastern , is separated by a deep ravine from the...the infantry were posted on these mountains, with eight pieces of cannon ; Major-general Hill's brigade being on the right, and Majorgeneral Ferguson's...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1810
...the little river Maceira winds its way. The western termination of these mountains reaches the shore, the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the...the infantry were posted on these mountains, with eight pieces of cannon ; Major-general Hill's brigade being on the right, and Majorgeneral Ferguson's...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 1

Walter Scott - Europe - 1810
...the little river Maceira winds its way. The western termination of these mountains reaches the shore, the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the...the infantry were posted on these mountains, with eight pieces of cannon ; Major-general Hill's brigade being on the right, and Majorgeneral Ferguson's...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1810
...westward and northward of -this village, is a mountain, the western point of which touches the sea, and the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the heights, over which passes the road which leads from Lourinha and the northward, to Vimiera. The greater part of the infantry,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volume 1, Part 2

Europe - 1810
...westward and northward of this village, is a mountain, the western point of which touches the sea, and the eastern is separated by a deep ravine from the heights, over which passes the road which leads from Lourinha and the northward, to Vimiera. The greater part of the infantry,...
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