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" None, without violence to the claims of honor and justice, can withhold applause from Colonel Dixon and his North Carolina regiť See Appendix D. ment of militia. Having their flank exposed by the flight of the other militia, they turned with disdain... "
From Bull Run to Chancellorsville: The Story of the Sixteenth New York ... - Page 122
by Newton Martin Curtis - 1906 - 384 pages
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States, Volume 1

Henry Lee - Southern States - 1812
...to the claims of honor and justice, can withhold applause from colonel Dixon and his North Carolina regiment of militia. Having their flank exposed by...turned with disdain from the ignoble example; and. VOL. I. 2 A fixing their eyes on the Marylanders, whose left they became, determined to vie in deeds...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee - Southern States - 1827 - 466 pages
...to the claims of honour and justice, can withhold applause from colonel Dixon and his North Carolina regiment of militia. Having their flank exposed by...battle, this regiment maintained its ground ; and, wheu the reserve under Smallwood, covering our left, relieved its naked flank, forced the enemy to...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee - Southern States - 1827 - 466 pages
...flank exposed by the flight of the other militia, they turned with disdain Irom the ignoble example 5 and fixing their eyes on the Marylanders, whose left...maintained its ground ; and, when the reserve under Sinallwood, covering our left, relieved its naked flank, forced the enemy to fall back. Colonel Dixon...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee - Southern States - 1827 - 466 pages
...to the claims of honour and justice, cao withhold applause from colonel Dixon and his North Carolina regiment of militia. Having their flank exposed by...flight of the other militia, they turned with disdain (rorn the ignoble example ; and tixing their eyes on the Marylanders, whose left they became, determined...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee, Robert Edward Lee - Southern States - 1869 - 620 pages
...justice, can withhold applause from Colonel Dixon and his North Carolina regiť See Appendix D. ment of militia. Having their flank exposed by the flight...maintained its ground, and when the reserve under Smallvvood, covering our left, relieved its naked flank, forced the enemy to fall back. Colonel Dixon...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee, Robert Edward Lee - Southern States - 1869 - 620 pages
...justice, can withhold applause from Colonel Dixon and his North Carolina regiť See Appendix D. ment of militia. Having their flank exposed by the flight...fixing their eyes on the Marylanders, whose left they hecame, determined to vie in deeds of courage with their veteran comrades. Nor did they shrink from...
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Maryland and North Carolina in the Campaign of 1780-1781: With a Preliminary ...

Edward Graham Daves - Maryland - 1893 - 100 pages
...and 100 were killed and wounded. None can withhold applause from Col. Dixon and his North Carolina regiment of militia. Having their flank exposed by...and fixing their eyes on the Marylanders, whose left flank they became, determined to vie in 1 Batch's Maryland Papers, 116. deeds of courage with their...
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The True History of the Missouri Compromise and Its Repeal

Mrs. Archibald Dixon - Missouri compromise - 1899 - 623 pages
...violence to the claims of honor and justice can withhold applause from Col. Dixon and his North Carolina regiment of militia. Having their flank exposed by...militia, they turned with disdain from the ignoble ex1 Editor Union Weekly Local, Uniontown, Kentucky, April 29, 1876. ample, and fixing their eyes on...
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The Military Policy of the United States

Emory Upton - United States - 1904 - 495 pages
...to the claims of honor and justice, can withhold applause from Colonel Dixpn and his North Carolina regiment of militia. Having their flank exposed by...their eyes on the Marylanders, whose left they became, deter" Tarleton' s Campaign in North Carolina, p. 106-109. '' Tarleton' s Campaign in North Carolina,...
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Military History of the United States, by Emory Upton. [1st Ed.].

United States. War Department - 1904 - 495 pages
...to the claims of honor and justice, can withhold applause from Colonel Dixon and his North Carolina regiment of militia. Having their flank exposed by...their eyes on the Marylanders, whose left they became, deter, "Tarleton's Campaign in North Carolina, p. 106-109. ''Tarleton's Campaign in North Carolina,...
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