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" The circumstances under which the body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place, render it unnecessary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to bloodshed and pillage. "
The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the Spanish ... - Page 54
by Archibald Duncan - 1805
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volume 9

Literary Criticism - 1797
...Catador. Cardigan Bay, ¡th of Vrntefe, ¡thyear of tbe Republic. The circumlUnces under which tbe SIR, body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place renders it nnneceffary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to bloodlhed and...
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A Collection of State Papers Relative to the War Against France Now Carrying ...

John Debritt - Europe - 1798
...throughout this country is infinitely beyond what I can expiéis. I am, &c. CAWDOR. THE circumftances under which the body of the French Troops under my command were landed at this place render it unneceflary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to bloodflied and pillage....
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A Collection of State Papers Relative to the War Against France Now Carrying ...

John Debrett - Europe - 1798
...am, &c, CAWDOR. Cardigan Bay, yb of fentofe, yb Tear SIR,' of the Republic. T-HE circumftances tinder which the body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place render it unneceflary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to hloodfliei and pillage....
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

Andrew Kippis, William Godwin - English poetry - 1798
...I am, &c. CAWDOR. Cardigan Bay, (tí of fcntofe, $t&, year of the republic. Sir, The circumitances under which, the body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place, renders it unneceliary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to bloodihed and...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...exprefs. I am, &c. CAWDOR. Cardigan-Bay, .>/// off'extQ/et Stlijear of tic Republic. SirjTheeircvimftances under which the body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place, render* it unneceflary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to bloodmed and' pillage. The...
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Annual Register, Volume 39

Edmund Burke - History - 1800
...am, &c. CAWDOR. Cardigan-Bay, 5th of J-^entofe, 5th year of the Republic. Sir,Thecircumftancesunder which the body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place, renders it unneceflary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to bloodmed and...
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Annual Register, Volume 39

History - 1807
...exprefs. I am, ice. CA wnoR. Cardigan- Bny, 5t/i of Гстф, .5,7/ jertr oft/u- Rc/mèllc. Sir,The circumstances under which th'e body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place, renders it unneceffàry to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to bloodfhed and...
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History of the Wars of the French Revolution, from the Breaking Out of the ...

Edward Baines - Europe - 1818
...unfortunate in the execution, as it vvas unaccountable in the design. " Cardigan Bay, 5/Л of Nenióse, uíh year of the Republic. * " SIR, " The circumstances under which the body of French troops commanded by me were landed at this place, rendent essary to attempt any military operations,...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 31

History - 1797
...exprtfs. 1 am, &c. CAWDOR. Cardigan Bay, $ib of Pfnlofc, #b Ycarof the Refublk. SIR, The circumftances under which the body of the French troops under my command were landed at this place renders it unneccflary to attempt any military operations, as they would tend only to blootithed and...
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Liverpool as it was During the Last Quarter of the Eighteenth Century: 1775 ...

Richard Brooke - Liverpool (England) - 1853 - 558 pages
...Lord Cawdor's reply, have been preserved, as follows, viz: — " Cardigan Bay, 5th of Ventose, 5th year of the Republic. " Sir, — The circumstances...pillage. The officers of the whole corps, have therefore, (1) In the Gentleman's Magazine of February, 1798, vol. 68, page 163, is published, what purports to...
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