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" Had made themfelves matters of ten pieces of the enemy's cannon, and kept them a confiderable time. But the French having three lines on that fide alfo, and being... "
The Present State of Europe - Page iv
1690
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The history of King William the Third: In III parts, Volume 2

Abel Boyer - Great Britain - 1702
...the Second Line of the Right Wing, from whence the Foot had already been drawn for the lame purpofe. While this was doing on that fide, the Firft Line of the Right Wing was alfb engaged with the Enemy, and had bravely repulftd, and routed them feveral times, being...
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The History of France from the Origin of that Nation to the Year 1702 ...

France - 1702
...iecond Line of the Right Wing, from whence the Foot had been already drawn drawn for the fame rcafon. While this was doing on that fide, the firft Line of the Right Wing was alfb engag'd with the French, and had indeed bravely routed them feveral times, and General...
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The continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: from the ..., Volume 1

Nicolas Tindal, Rapin de Thoyras (Paul, M.) - Great Britain - 1761
...the fecond line of the right wing, from whence the foot had already been drawn for the fame purpofe. While this was doing on that fide, the firft line of the right wing was alfo engaged with the enemy, and had bravely repulfed and routed them feveral times, being...
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