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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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My Recollections from 1806 to 1873, Volume 1

Lord William Pitt Lennox - Great Britain - 1874
...was pleased to notice the conduct of Lord Edward Somerset's Brigade in the following terms : " The enemy repeatedly charged our infantry with his...uniformly unsuccessful, and they afforded opportunities for our cavalry to charge; in one of which Lord Edward Somerset's Brigade, consisting of the Life Guards,...
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War Medals of the British Army, and how They Were Won

Thomas Carter - Antiques & Collectibles - 1893 - 656 pages
...farmhouse of La Haye Sainte, as the detachment of the light battalion of the German Legion, which held it, had expended all its ammunition, and the enemy...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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A voice from Waterloo: a history of the battle fought on the 18th June 1815 ...

Edward Cotton - Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815 - 1895 - 297 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...was with them. " The enemy repeatedly charged our in Ian try with his cavalry, but these attacks were uniformly unsuccessful ; and they afforded opportunities...
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The Life of a Regiment: Gardyne, C. G. From its formation in 1794 to 1816

Charles Greenhill Gardyne, A. D. Greenhill Gardyne, Cyril Falls, Wilfrid Miles - 1901
...desperate resistance by the detachment of the King's German Legion who held it. They had expended their ammunition, and the enemy occupied the only communication there was with them. The repeated attacks of cavalry were uniformly repulsed by our artillery and infantry, and they afforded...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 3

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1815
...sometimes separate, which were made upon it. In one of these the enemy carried the farm house of La Have Sainte, as the detachment of the light battalion of...occupied the only communication there was with them. 1815.] Victory of Waterloo. The enemy repeatedly charged our infantry with his cavalry, but these attacks...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 161

Military art and science - 1883
...and fall." In the short despatch the Duke of Wellington forwarded after the battle, he says : " The enemy repeatedly charged our infantry with his...opportunities to our cavalry to charge, in one of which Lord Edward Somerset's brigade, consisting of the Life Guards, Royal Horse Guards, and 1st Dragoon Guards,...
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The United Service Magazine: With which are Incorporated ..., Volume 100, Page 3

Military art and science - 1862
...others were upset, and great havoc committed amongst them. The Duke of Wellington, in his dispatch says, "the enemy repeatedly charged our infantry with his...cavalry, but these attacks were uniformly unsuccessful." If this evidence be not sufficient for M. Tliiers, let him see what was written by his distinguished...
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