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" ... into their places; the dead remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. "
HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY - Page 81
1908
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ...

Washington Irving - Literary Criticism - 1813
...even for an instant ; as fast as the men were wounded they were carried below and others stept into their places ; the dead remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The Lawrence was...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1813
...fast as the men were wounded, they were carried below and others stept into their places; the dend remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The Lawrence was...
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The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ...

Thomas Wilson - United States - 1819
...even for an instant ; as fast N as the men were wounded, they were carried beJow and others stept into their places ; the dead remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The Lawrence was...
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The biography of the principal American military and naval heroes ..., Volume 2

Thomas Wilson - United States - 1821
...reduced to a mere wreck ; her decks were streaming with blood, and covered with mangled limbs and the bodies of the slain ; nearly the whole of her crew...Commodore and his officers helped to work the last gun that was capable of being used. Finding the Lawrence was incapable of further service, he gave...
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The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ...

Thomas Wilson - United States - 1822
...as fast as the men were wounded, they were carried below, and others stept into their places ; tbe dead remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture, the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The Lawrence was...
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The Glory Of America

R Thomas - 1834
...even for an instant ; as fast as the men were wounded, they were carried below, and others stept into their places ; the dead remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The 1 iawrence...
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The Glory of America: Comprising Memoirs of the Lives and Glorious Exploits ...

R. Thomas - United States - 1843 - 574 pages
...even for an instant ; as fast as the men were wounded, they were carried below, and others stept into their places ; the dead remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The Lawrence was...
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Daring Deeds of American Heroes: With Biographical Sketches

James O. Brayman - Mexican War, 1846-1848 - 1853 - 499 pages
...even for an instant ; as fast as the men were wounded, they were carried below, and others stept into their places ; the dead remained where they fell, until after the action. At this juncture, the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The Lawrence was...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, FROM THE DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT TIME.

HENRY C. WATSON - 1854
...horror ; as fast as the men at the guns were wounded, they were carried below, and others stepped into their places ; the dead remained where they fell until...juncture the enemy believed the battle to be won. Thé Lawrence was reduced to a mere wreck, her deck was streaming with blood, and covered with the...
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Letters of Jonathan Oldstyle, gent. Biographical sketches. Captain James ...

Washington Irving - Spain - 1866
...even for an instant ; as fast as the men were wounded they were carried below, and others stept into their places ; the dead remained where they fell until after the action. At this juncture the fortune of the battle trembled on a point, and the enemy believed the day their own. The Lawrence was...
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