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Galveston Bay - Page 8
by Sally E. Antrobus - 2005 - 225 pages
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History of South America and Mexico; by J.M. Niles. To which is annexed, a ...

John Milton Niles, L T. Pease - 1837
...side, our riflemen used their pieces as war clubs, breaking many of them ofF at the breech. The route commenced at half past four, and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight. A guard was then left in charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed...
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Texas and the Gulf of Mexico: or, Yachting in the New world

Mrs. Houstoun (Matilda Charlotte) - New Orleans (La.) - 1844 - 674 pages
...on our side, our riflemen used their pieces as war clubs, breaking many of them off at the breach. The rout commenced at half past four, and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight." " In the battle, the enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, among whom was one General Officer,...
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History of Texas: From Its Discovery and Settlement, with a Description of ...

J. M. Morphis - Texas - 1874 - 591 pages
...our side, our riflemen used their pieces as war-clubs, breaking many of them off at the breech. The rout commenced at half -past four, and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight. A guard was then left in charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed...
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The San Jacinto campaign

Eugene Campbell Barker - San Jacinto, Battle of, Tex., 1836 - 1901 - 345 pages
...bayonets on our side, our riflemen used pieces as war clubs, breaking many of them off at the breech. The rout commenced at half past four, and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight. A guard was then left in charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed...
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The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association

Texas - 1901
...bayonets on our side, our riflemen used pieces as war clubs, breaking many of them off at the breech. The rout commenced at half past four, and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight. A guard was then left in charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed...
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The United States and Mexico, 1821-1848: A History of the ..., Volume 1

George Lockhart Rives - Mexican War, 1846-1848 - 1913
...on our side, our riflemen used their pieces as war-clubs, breaking many of them off at the breech. The rout commenced at half past four and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight." 3 "Such slaughter on one side, and such almost miraculous preservation on the other," wrote another...
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A History of Texas and Texans, Volume 1

Francis White Johnson - Texas - 1914
...bayonets on our side, our riflemen used pieces as war clubs, breaking many of them off at the breech. The rout commenced at half past four, and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight. A guard was then left in charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed...
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Texas School Journal, Volume 21

Schools - 1903
...on our side, our riflemen used their pieces as war clubs, breaking many of them off at the breech. The rout commenced at half past four, and the pursuit by the main army continued until twilight. A guard was then left in charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed...
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