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" Our gallant soldiers rushed to it, and, difficult as it was of access, forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, and their fire, for a short time... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 332
1807
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A Narrative of the Operations of a Small British Force: Under the Command of ...

John Goulston Price Tucker - 1807 - 60 pages
...gloriously fell as he mounted it. Our gallant soldiers rushed to it: and difficult as it was of access, forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, and their fire, for a short time, was destructive ; but the troops advanced in all directions,...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 28

1808
...gloriously fell as he mounted it. Our gallant soldiers rushed to it, and, difficult as it was of access, forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, and their fire for a short time was destructive : but the troops advanced in all directions,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...gloriously fell as he mounted it. Our gallant soldiers rushed to it, and, difficult as it was of access, forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, and their fire for a short time, was destructive ; but the troops advanced in all directions,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1809
...gloriously foil as he mounfcd it. Our gallant soldiers rushed to it, and, difficult as it was of access, forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the 'principal streets, and their fire for a short time, was destructive ; but the troops advanced in all directions,...
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The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly ..., Volume 2

1811
...troops immediately rushed to it ; no difficulties could restrain their impetuosity, and they quickly forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, and with thé .musketry, discharged from the windows and tops of houses, made great havoc...
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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Year MDCCLXXXIII to MDCCCXXII.

Edward Pelham Brenton - 1825
...fell as he mounted to the assault ; our gallant soldiers rushed on, and difficult as it was of access, forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, their fire for a short time was destructive, but the troops advanced in all directions, carrying...
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The United Service Journal and Naval and Military Magazine, Part 3

1833
...UB mediately rushed to it, no difficulties could restrain their impetuosity, and they quickly forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, and with the musketry discharged from the windows and tops of houses, made great havoc among...
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The United Service Journal

1833
...immediately rushed to it, no difficulties could restrain their impetuosity, and they quickly forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets, and witu the musketry discharged from the windows and tops of houses, made great havoc among...
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The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Year MDCCLXXXIII. to MDCCCXXXVI.

Edward Pelham Brenton - 1837 - 42 pages
...as he mounted to the assault ; our gallant soldiers rushed on, and, difficult as it was of access, forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the principal streets ; their fire for a short time was destructive, but the troops advanced in all directions, carrying...
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Historical Records of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment, Now 1st ...

Raymond Henry Raymond Smythies - 1894 - 620 pages
...troops immediately rushed to it. No difficulties could restrain their impetuosity, and they quickly forced their way into the town. Cannon were placed at the head of the streets, and, with the musketry discharged from windows and tops of houses, made great havoc amongst...
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