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" The signal being made a little after four o'Clock in the morning of the 2oth., we advanced under the fire of our own batteries, and were encouraged by observing that the Spaniards did not perceive our march, by the direction of their shot over us, pointed... "
Publication Fund Series - Page 170
1885
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the Spanish ...

Archibald Duncan - 1805
...pointed at their batteries on the hills. The Pomona and fleet also attracted their notice, by their fire from the sea-side. By this fortunate co-operation...order to animate the troops, the parole was changed to bayonette, and the countersign, Britons strike home. They advanced undiscovered under the Spanish Gentries,...
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Chronological History of the West Indies, Volume 2

Thomas Southey - West Indies - 1827
...perceive our •.march, by the direction of their shot over us, pointed at our batteries on the hills. " The Pomona, and fleet also, attracted their notice,...arms trailed, and in order to animate the troops, Naval Chronicle, vol. xp 449. the parole was changed to bayanette! and the counter-sign, Britons, strike...
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Collections of the New York Historical Society: The John Watts De ..., Volume 17

New York (State) - 1885
...Calling had sent for the baymen, three others being unfortunately swamped coming on shore. Capt. Garden opened a battery of four six-pounders from the hill...who were every two or three minutes passing the word alcrto. At the entrance into the ditch were two guns pointed from the flank of the bastion to scour...
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Journals of ... Kemble, brigadier-general in command of the expedition to ...

Stephen Kemble - New York (N.Y.) - 1885
...attack in 20 minutes. The signal being made a little after four o'Clock in the morning of the 20th., we advanced under the fire of our own batteries, and...parole was changed to bayonet, and the countersign Br1tons, strike home. We advanced undiscovered under the Spanish sentries, who were every two or three...
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Memoir of Robert, Earl Nugent: With Letters, Poems, and Appendices

Claud Nugent - 1898 - 352 pages
...perceive our march, by the direction of their shot over us, pointed at our batteries on the hills. "The Pomona, and fleet also, attracted their notice...order to animate the troops, the parole was changed to Bayonette, and the countersign Britons, strike home. We advanced undiscovered under the Spanish sentries,...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 48

English essays - 1779
...attracted their notice by the fire from the fca-fide ; by this foruoate co-operation, in profound Clcnce, arms trailed, and in order to animate the troops, the parole was changed to Baytnetti, and (he counter-Ggn Britain Jtrilu fair, we advanced undiscovered under the SpaniA fentries,...
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