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" I since learn a brigade on each flank) were recalled, as I had suspected, at the beginning of the action. It would be sufficient honour to the troops, barely to say, that they had forced a corps, as I am informed of near 12,000 men, from two strong positions;... "
The history of the late 63rd, West Suffolk, regiment - Page 12
by James Slack - 1884 - 263 pages
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Origin and services of the Coldstream guards, Volume 2

Daniel Mackinnon - 1833
...to the troops barely to say, that they " forced a corps, as I am informed, of near twelve thousand " men from two strong positions; but it will, I doubt...lost fell dead as they advanced without a " wound." — Sir William Clinton's Dispatch. 1778, Sandy Hook, when all apprehensions for its safety were at...
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Origin and Services of the Coldstream Guards, Volume 2

Daniel MacKinnon - Great Britain - 1833
...thousand " men from two strong positions; hut it will, I douht not, he " considered as douhly creditahle when I mention that they did it " under such disadvantages...lost fell dead as they advanced without a " wound." — Sir William Clinton's Dispatch. 1778. Sandy Hook, -when all apprehensions for its safety were at...
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Origin and Services of the Coldstream Guards, Volume 2

Daniel MacKinnon - Great Britain - 1833
..." men from two strong positions ; hut it will, I douht not, he . " considered as douhly creditahle when I mention that they did it " under such disadvantages...fell dead as they advanced without a " wound."— Sir William Clinton's Dispatch. iT?8. Sandy Hook, when all apprehensions for its safety were at an...
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Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey: Containing a General ...

John Warner Barber, Henry Howe - New Jersey - 1844 - 512 pages
...positions ; but it will, I doubt not, be considered doubly creditable when I mention they did it nnder such disadvantages of heat and fatigue, that a great...part of those we lost fell dead as they advanced. Fearing that my order had miscarried, before I quitted the ground I sent a second, lor a brigade of...
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Historical Collections of the State of New Jersey

John Warner Barber, Henry Howe - New Jersey - 1846 - 512 pages
...from two strong positions ; but it will, I doubt not, be considered doubly creditable when I mention they did it under such disadvantages of heat and fatigue,...part of those we lost fell dead as they advanced. Fearing that my order had miscarried, before I quitted the ground I sent a second, for a brigade of...
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Publication Fund Series, Volume 5

Local history - 1873
...since learn a brigade on each flank) were recalled, as I had suspected, at the beginning of the action. It would be sufficient honour to the troops, barely...lost fell dead as they advanced, without a wound. Fearing that my first order had miscarried, before I quitted this ground, I sent a second'for a brigade...
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Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Volumes 3-4

New Jersey Historical Society - New Jersey - 1849
...soldiers, who died of fatigue, without a wound. Indeed, says the dispatch, " such was the heat and the fatigue, that a great part of those we lost fell dead as they advanced." • approached a barn in the rear of the parsonage, Wayne, having directed his men to pick out the...
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BATTLES OF THE UNITED STATES,

HENRY B. DAWSON - 1858
...to the troops, barely to say that they had forced a corps, as I am informed, of near twelve thousand men, from two strong positions, but it will, I doubt...lost fell dead as they advanced, without a wound. Fearing that my first order had miscarried, before I quitted this ground I sent a second, for a brigade...
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The Constable of France: And Other Military Historiettes

James Grant - Adventure and adventurers - 1866 - 366 pages
...forced a corps of near 12,000 men from two strong positions, but it will, I doubt not, be considered doubly creditable when I mention that they did it...great part of those we lost fell dead as they advanced ivithout a wound." On this day 59 soldiers perished of sheer exhaustion, and many Americans died from...
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Historical Collections of New Jersey: Past and Present: Containing a General ...

John Warner Barber, Henry Howe - New Jersey - 1868 - 543 pages
...from two strong positions ; but it will, I doubt not, be considered doubly creditable when I mention they did it under such disadvantages of heat and fatigue,...part of those we lost fell dead as they advanced. Fearing that my order had miscarried, before I quitted the ground I sent a second, for a brigade of...
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