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A Full and Circumstantial Account of the Memorable Battle of Waterloo: The ... - Page 57
by Christopher Kelly - 1817 - 509 pages
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The United Service Magazine, Part 2

Military art and science - 1844
...sometimes separate, which were made upon it The enemy repeatedly charged our infantry with his ceraliy; but these attacks were uniformly unsuccessful ; and...opportunities to our cavalry to charge, in one of which Lord Edward Somerset's 'brigade, consisting of the Life Guards, the Royal Horse Guards, and 1st Dragoon...
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Life of ... the duke of Wellington

Andrew Redman Bonar - 1845
...sometimes separate, which were made upon it. In one of these the enemy carried the farm-house of La Haye Sainte, as the detachment of the light battalion of...infantry with his cavalry, but these attacks were invariably unsuccessful, and they afforded opportunities to our cavalry to charge, in one • of which...
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The Waterloo Campaign, 1815

William Siborne - History - 1848 - 832 pages
...sometimes separate, which were made upon it. In one of these the Enemy carried the Farm House of La Haye Sainte'; as the Detachment of the Light Battalion...occupied the only communication there was with them. 830 The Duke of Wellington's Waterloo despatch, The Enemy repeatedly charged our Infantry with his...
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Official bulletins of the battle of Waterloo in the original languages, with ...

Battle of Waterloo - 1849
...sometimes separate, which were made upon it. In one of these, the enemy carried the farm-house of La Haye Sainte, as the detachment of the light battalion of...attacks were uniformly unsuccessful, and they afforded opportunity to our cavalry to charge ; in one of which, Lord E. Somerset's brigade, consisting of the...
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Life, military and civil, of the Duke of Wellington: digested from the ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Generals - 1852 - 497 pages
...enemy carried the farm-house of La Haye Sainte, as the detachment of the light battalion of the German Legion, which occupied it, had expended all its ammunition,...they afforded opportunities to our cavalry to charge, m one of which Lord E Somerset's brigade, consisting of the Life Guards, the Eoyal Horse Guards, and...
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Life, Military and Civil, of the Duke of Wellington: Digested from the ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - Generals - 1852 - 497 pages
...of the German Legion, which occupied it, ad expended all its ammunition, and the enemy occupied ie only communication there was with them. " The enemy repeatedly charged our infantry with his ivalry, but these attacks were uniformly unsuccessful; and iey afforded opportunities to our cavalry...
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History of the wars of the French revolution ...: comprehending ..., Volume 2

Edward Baines, William Grimshaw - France - 1855
...In one of these, the enemy carried the farm-house of La Haye Sainte, as the detachment of the lieht battalion of the legion which occupied it had expended...repeatedly charged our infantry with his cavalry ; but theee attacks were uniformly unsuccessful, ;md they afforded opportunities to our cavalry to charge,...
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Memoiren des königlich preussischen Generals der Infanterie Ludwig von ...

Ludwig von Reiche, Louis von Weltzien - Generals - 1857
...Haye Sainte, as the detachment of the light battalion of the German legion, which occupied it, hat expended all its ammunition; and the enemy occupied...attacks were uniformly unsuccessful; and they afforded opportutugal, Spain, Ihe Low Countries, and France from 17M to 1815. Compiled from official ami aulhenlic...
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Egypt, Peninsula, Waterloo and South Africa

Thomas Carter - 1861
...French carried the farmhouse of La Haye Sainte, as the detachment of the light battalion of the German Legion, which occupied it, had expended all its ammunition,...occupied the only communication there was with them. Repeated charges were made by the French cavalry upon the infantry, but these attacks were uniformly...
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Popular History of England, Volume 8

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1862
...or separate, were made upon us. In one of these the enemy carried the farm-house of La Haye Sainte. The enemy repeatedly charged our infantry with his...cavalry, but these attacks were uniformly unsuccessful. They were repeated till about seven in the evening, when a desperate effort to force our left centre...
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