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" ... if their martial and veteran bands could once break those raw soldiers, who had rashly dared to approach them, they conquered a kingdom at one blow, and were justly entitled to all its possessions as the reward of their prosperous... "
A second Latin exercise book - Page 188
by John Barrow Allen - 1885 - 246 pages
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The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volume 1

David Hume - 1775
...if they remitted in the lead their wonted prowefs, an enraged enemy hung upon •their rear, the fea met them in their retreat, and an ignominious death was the certain punifhment of their imprudent cowardice: That by collecting fo numerous and brave a hoft, he had enfured...
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The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volume 1

David Hume - Great Britain - 1789
...if they remitted in the leafl their wonted prowefs, an enraged enemy hung upon their rear, the fea met them in their retreat , and an ignominious death was the certain punifhment of their imprudent cowardice : That by collecting fo numerous and brave a hoft , he had...
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The Hastings Guide: Or, a Description of that Ancient Town and Port, and Its ...

James Stell - 1797 - 130 pages
...they remitted, in the leafr, their wonted prowefs, an enraged enemy hung upon their rear ; the fea met them in their retreat, and an ignominious death was the certain punifhinent of their imprudent cowardice. The • '.-Tfefr'Du'ke then divided his army into three lines...
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The Hastings Guide: Or a Description of that Ancient Town and Port, and Its ...

I. Stell - Hastings (England) - 1804 - 131 pages
...if they remitted, in the leaft, their wonted prowefs, an enraged enemy hung upon their rear, the fea met them in their retreat, and an ignominious death was the certain punifhment of their imprudent cowardice. The Duke then divided his army into three lines : the firft,...
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The Military Mentor: Being a Series of Letters Recently Written by ..., Volume 2

Military art and science - 1809
...justly intitled to all its possessions as the reward of their prosperous valour: .that, on the contrary, if they remitted in the least their wonted prowess,...host, he had ensured every human means of conquest; aad the commander of the enemy, by his criminal conduct, had given him just cause to hope for the favour...
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the ..., Volume 1

David Hume - Great Britain - 1819
...justly entitled to all its possessions as the reward of their prosperous valour : that, on the contrary, if they remitted in the least their wonted prowess,...met them in their retreat, and an ignominious death wax the certain punishment of their imprudent cowardice: that, by collecting so numerous and brave...
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The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volume 1

David Hume - Great Britain - 1825
...justly entitled to all its possessions as the reward of their prosperous valour ; that, on the contrary, if they remitted in the least their wonted prowess, an enraged enemy 'hung upon their rear, the aea met them in their retreat, and an ignominious death was the certain punishment of their imprudent...
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Tales of the wars; or, Naval and military chronicle, Volumes 1-2

1836
...their prosperous valour ; that, on the contrary, if they remitted in the least their wonted prowess, au enraged enemy hung upon their rear, the sea met them...the certain punishment of their imprudent cowardice; [hat, by collecting so numerous and brave a host, he had ensured every human means of conquest ; and...
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The visitor's guide to the watering places

Visitor - 1841
...justly entitled to all its possessions, as the reward of their prosperous valour; that, on the contrary, if they remitted in the least, their wonted prowess,...them in their retreat— and an ignominious death would be the certain result of their failure. The Duke f hen divided his army into three lines; the...
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volume 1

David Hume - Great Britain - 1851 - 3157 pages
...justly entitled to all its possessions as the reward of their prosperous valor ; that, on the contrary, if they remitted in the least their wonted prowess,...by collecting so numerous and brave a host, he had insured every human means of conquest ; and the commander of the enemy, by his criminal conduct, had...
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