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" The nature of the ground was such, that I was under the necessity of going directly to his front; and to make my line, as much as I could, equal to his, I formed all the troops into one line, except the St. Helena infantry, of... "
The Monthly magazine - Page 297
by Monthly literary register - 1805
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 76, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1806
...informed 2000), with 8 field-pieces. The aiature of the ground was inch, that I was under the neceffity of going directly to his front; and, to make my line, as much as I could, equal to his, I formed all the troops into one line, except the St. HeJena infantry of 1 50...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 22

1806
...pieces. The nature of the ground was luch, that I ťas under the neceflity of going directly to iu front; and to make my line, as much as 1 could, equal...I formed all the troops into one line, except the Sf. Helena infantry, of 100 r.-jcn, v, hk.i 1 formed 1'_0 yards in the rear with two field pieces,...
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The Literary Panorama, Volume 1

English literature - 1807
...infoimcd 2:er) with 8 held pieces. The nature of the ground was such, that I was under the necessity of going directly to his front ; and to make my line, as much as I could, equal to his, I formed all the troops into one line, except the St. Helena infantry of 150...
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The Literary panorama

1807
...informed 2:oo) with 8 field pieces. The nature of the ground was such, that I was under the necessity of going directly to his front ; and to make my line, as much as I could, equal to his, I formed all the troops into one line, except the St. Helena infantry of 150...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1807
...2000), with eicht field .pieces. The nature of the ground was such, that I was under the necessity of going directly to his front ; and to make my line, as much as I could, equal to his, I formed all the troops into one line, except the St. Helena infantry of 150...
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south america on the eve of emancipation

bernard moses, ph.d., ll.d. - 1908
...thousand) , with eight field-pieces. The nature of the ground was such, that I was under the necessity of going directly to his front; and to make my line, as much as I could, equal to his, I formed all the troops into one line, except the St. Helena infantry, of one...
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South America on the Eve of Emancipation: The Southern Spanish Colonies in ...

Bernard Moses - Argentina - 1908 - 356 pages
...thousand) , with eight field-pieces. The nature of the ground was such, that I was under the necessity of going directly to his front; and to make my line, as much as I could, equal to his, I formed all the troops into one line, except the St. Helena infantry, of one...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 100

1806
...nature of the ground was fuch, that I was tinder the neccffity of going direftly to his from; ant], to make my line, as much as 1 could, equal to his, 4 formed all the troops into one 'line, except the St. Helena infantry of ISO men, which I formed 120...
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