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" EngM in i liih lifh column, without command, by a mere mechanical courage, had advanced upon the enemies lines, which formed an avenue on each fide to receive them. The French artillery began to play upon this forlorn body; and, though they continued... "
An history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son [by ... - Trang 173
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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Earliest Times to the Rising of ...

Frederic Hervey - 1779
...litter, and faw, notwithftanding all appearances, that the day was his own. The EngM in i liih lifh column, without command, by a mere mechanical courage,...afternoon. This was one of the moft bloody battles that had been fought this age; the allies left upon the field near twelve thoufand flain ; and the French...

The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Tập 4

Frederic Hervey - 1779
...litter, and faw, notwithftanding all appearances, that the day was his own. The Eng• M ma lilh lifh column, without command, by a mere mechanical courage,...continued a long time unfhaken, they were obliged to retreac about three o'clock in the afternoon. This was one of the moft bloody battles that had been...

An History of England, in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son

Oliver Goldsmith - 1786
...own. The Englifh column without command, by a mere mechanical courage, had advanced upon the enemy's lines, which formed an avenue on each fide to receive...afternoon. This was one of the moft bloody battles that had been fought this age; the allies left upon the field near twelve thoufand flain, and the'French...

An History of England: In a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1788
...own. The Englifh column without command,, by a mere mechanical Courage , had advanced upon the enemy's lines , which formed an avenue on each fide to receive...afternoon. This was one of the moft bloody battles that had been fought this age ; the allies left upon the field near twelve thoufand flain , and the French...

An History of England, in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son

Oliver Goldsmith - 1792
...own. TheEnglifh column, without command, by a mere mechanical courage, had advanced upon the enemy's lines, which formed an avenue on each fide to receive them. The French artillery began to piny upon this forlorn body ; and, though they continued a long time unfhaken, they were obliged to...

A complete and universal English dictionary

James Barclay (curate of Edmonton.) - 1792
...own. The Englifh column, without command, by a mere mechanical courage, had advanced upon the enemy's lines, which formed an avenue on each fide to receive them. The French artille: y began to play upon this forlorn body ; and though they continued a long time uufhakcn, they...

A Complete and Universal English Dictionary: Including ... I. An Explanation ...

James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.) - 1799 - 952 trang
...<he country. Bur, without command, by a mere mechanical courage, had advanced upon the cnemy'i hue-, which formed an avenue on each fide to receive them....began to play upon this forlorn body ; and though they cantinned a 1m; time unOiaken, they were obliged to retreat about three o'clock in the afternoon. Thi»...

A New History of England: From the Earliest Period, to the Present Time, on ...

Mr. Cooper (W. D.) - 1801 - 220 trang
...mere mechanical courage, had advanced upon the enemy's lines, which formed an avenue on each iidt: to receive them. The French artillery began to play...obliged to retreat about three o'clock in the afternoon. The allies left upon the field of' battle near 12,000 (lain ; and the French bought their victory with...

A New History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time: On a ...

J. Cooper - 1812 - 288 trang
...mere mechanical courage, had advanced upon theN enemy's lines, which formed an avenue on each side to receive them. The French artillery began to play upon this forlorn bodyj and though they continued a long time unshaken, they were obliged to retreat about three o'clock...




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