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" ... particular parts taken by the several commanders ; the conclusion says more on the subject than I have language to express ; the spirit which animated all was the same : when all exert themselves zealously in their country's service, all deserve that... "
The naval history of Great Britain: from the year MDCCLXXXIII to MDCCCXXII. - Page 475
by Edward Pelham Brenton - 1824
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 8

William Cobbett - History, Modern - 1905
...which animated all WHS the satWj when all exert themselves zealously in their country's service, all deserve that their high merits should stand recorded...was high merit more conspicuous than in the battle 1 have described. — The. Achille (a French /-fr), after having surrendered, by some mismanagement...
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures ..., Volume 20

Performing Arts - 1805
...which animated all was the same; when all exert themselves zealously in their ooantry service, all deserve that their high merits should stand recorded...the battle I have described. The Achille (a French 74) after having surrendered, by some mismanagement of the Frenchmen, took fire and blew up ; two hundred...
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The Naval Chronicle, Volume 14

James Stanier Clarke, Stephen Jones, John Jones - Naval art and science - 1805
...animated all was the дате : when all exert themselves zealously in their country's service, all deserve that their high merits should stand recorded ; and never was high merit more cou»picuous than in the battle I have described. The Achille (a French 74), after having surrendered,...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the Spanish ...

Archibald Duncan - 1806
...which animated all was the same; when all exert themselves zealously in their country's service, all deserve that their high merits should stand recorded...never was high merit more conspicuous than in the hattle I have described. " The Achille (a French 74) after having surrendered, by some mismanagement...
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The Universal magazine

1806
...(the same ; when all exert themselves ii-alously in their country's service,, all deserve that tlteir high merits should stand recorded; and never was high merit more conspicuous, than in the battle 1 have described." Again, " Such a. battle could not be fought without sustaining a great loss of men....
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 47

History - 1807
...which animated all was the same; when all exert themselves zealously in their country's servie«, ill deserve that their high merits should stand recorded...the battle I have described. The Achille (a French 74), after having surrendered, by some mismanagement of the Frenchmen, took fire, and blew up ; 200...
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Annual Register, Volume 47

Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...which animated all was the same; when all exert themselves ZMlously in their country's service, all deserve that their high merits should stand recorded...was high merit more conspicuous than in the battle 1 have described. The Achille (a French 74), after having surrendered, by some mismanagement of the...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1807
...their country's service, all deserve that their high merits should stand recorded ; and never was hich merit more conspicuous than in the battle I have described. The Achille (a French 74), after having surrendered, by some mismanagement of the Frenchmen, took1 fire, and blew up ; 200...
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An abridgment of The history of England, continued to 1810

Oliver Goldsmith - 1810
...Villeneuve, the commander in chief; Don Ignatio Moria D'Aliva, vice-admiral; and the Spanish rear-admiral. The Achille, a French seventy-four, after having surrendered,...mismanagement of the Frenchmen, took fire and blew up; but two hundred of her men were saved by the tenders. A circumstance occured during the action, which...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
...when all exert themselves zealously in their country's service, all deserve that their high merits stand recorded ; and never was high merit more conspicuous than in the ; battle'I have described. ., * TU.C Achille, * French seventy-four, by some nuwmtage. ment of the...
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