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" Russians, which had been smashed utterly by our charge, and had fled off at one flank and towards the centre, were coming back to swallow up our handful of men. By sheer steel and sheer courage Enniskillener and Scot were winning their desperate way right... "
Medals of the British Army: And how They Were Won - Page 32
by Thomas Carter - 1861 - 192 pages
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The New quarterly review, and digest of current literature

...winning their desperate way through the enemy's squadrons, and already gray horses and red coats appeared at the rear of the second mass, when, with irresistible force, like one bolt from a bow, the 1st Royals, the 4th and 5th Dragoon Guards rushed at the remnant* of the first line of the enemy, went...
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England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams, William Cooke Stafford - 1854
...winning their desperate way right through the enemy's squadrons, and already gray horses and red-coats had appeared right at the rear of the second mass, when, with irresistible force, bike one bolt from a bow, the 1st royals, the 4th dragoon guards, and the 5th dragoon guards rushed...
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine

1854
...steel and sheer courage Enniskillener and Scot were winning their way through the enemy's squadrons ; and already grey horses and red coats had appeared right at the rear ot the second mass, when with irresistible force like a bolt from a bow the 1st Royals the 4th and...
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Descriptive sketches: illustrating Mr. William Simpson's drawings of the ...

George Brackenbury, William Simpson - History - 1855 - 112 pages
...courage Enniskillener and Scot were winning their desperate way right through the enemy's squadrons, and already grey horses and red coats had appeared...irresistible force, like one bolt from a bow, the 1st Royals, the 4th Dragoon Guards, and the 5th Dragoon Guards, rushed at the remnants of tho first...
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The Campaign in the Crimea: An Historical Sketch, Volumes 1-2

George Brackenbury, William Simpson - Crimean War, 1853-1856 - 1855
...courage Enniskillener and Scot were winning their desperate way right through the enemy's squadrons, and already grey horses and red coats had appeared...irresistible force, like one bolt from a bow, the 1st Royals, the 4th Dragoon Guard?, and the 5th Dragoon Guards, rushed at the remnants of the first...
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The battles of the Crimea: including an historical summary of the Russian ...

History - 1855 - 113 pages
...Enniskillener and Scot were winning their desperate way right through the enemy's squadrons, and already gray horses and red coats had appeared right at the rear...irresistible force, like one bolt from a bow, the 1st Royals, the 4th Dragoon Guards, and the 5th Dragoon Guards rushed at the remnants of the first...
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Dizionario francese, italiano, inglese. A concise dictionary of the French ...

Alfred Elwes - 1872
...courage15 Enniskillener and Scot were winning their desperate way right16 through the enemy's squadrons, and already grey horses and red coats had appeared right at the rear17 of the second mass, when sion the Russian right by ' the right 7 Turn in another by ' in the...
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Men of the time: Biographical sketches of eminent living characters ... Also ...

Alaric Alexander Watts - Biography - 1856 - 926 pages
...Enuiskillener and Scot were winning their desperate way riurht through the enemy's squadrons, and also 6 CX 4 W iF - ^1 C n 3<r r u5 + 0.rhXy S v x ' sc holt from a bow, the 1st HoyŠis, the 4th Dragoon Guards, and the oth Dragoon Guards, rushed at the...
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Men of the time ... or Sketches of living notables

Men - Biography & Autobiography - 1856
...were winning their desperate wa> rufc' through the enemy's squadrons, and also grey horses aad rvJ oa^ had appeared right at the rear of the second mass, when, with UJ>sistible force, like one bolt from a bow, the 1st Royals thr 4tt Dragoon Guards, and the Sth Dragoon...
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The British Expedition to the Crimea

Sir William Howard Russell - Crimean War, 1853-1856 - 1858 - 629 pages
...courage Enniskiilener and Scot were winning their desperate way right through the enemy's squadrons, and already grey horses and red coats had appeared...flank of the Russians, and the 5th Dragoon Guards, fohiowing chose after the Enniskilieners, rushed at time remnants of the first line of time enemy,...
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