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" ... carried our Arapiles, or he would have confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left flank ; and I never saw an army receive such a beating. "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During His Various ... - Página 314
de Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington, John Gurwood - 1837
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The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Peninsula ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1838
...carried our Arapiles, or he would have confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left flank; and...Spaniards to continue to occupy the castle of Alba de Tonnes. . had evacuated it, I believe, before he knew my wishes ; and he was afraid to let me know...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen 61

1838
...carried our Arapiles, or he would have confined ui entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left flank, and I never saw an army receive iuch nbettrng'—Lttteroftbe Earlaf Wellington to Sir T. flruhnm, Floret ile Avila, -J(A Ju/y, 1812....
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Life of ... the duke of Wellington

James Edward Alexander (sir.) - 1840
...carried our Arapiles, or he would have confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left flank, and I never saw an army receive such a beating." So close was the conqueror in pursuit, that he reached Valladolid on the 30th of July, when, finding...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen 65

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1840
...confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning hie left flank, and I never saw an army receive such a beating.' — Wellington Dispatches, vol ix. p. 809. What force, what simplicity, what true grandeur, even in...
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Life of Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1845
...success, Bock's heavy dragoons, under a destructive musketry, formed, charged, and totally * Napier. t " I had desired the Spaniards to continue to occupy...evacuated it, I believe, before he knew my wishes; and dispersed the remaining squares ; and while many fugitives were cut down, more than five hundred of...
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The Victories of the British Armies: With Anecdotes Illustrative of Modern ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1847 - 528 páginas
...carried our Arapiles, or he would have confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left -flank ; and...to continue to occupy the castle of Alba de Tormes ; i had evacuated it, I believe, before he knew my wishes ; and he was afraid to let me know that he...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1851 - 939 páginas
...our Arapiles, or he •would have confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left flank ; and...Tormes. - had evacuated it, I believe, before he knew my and he was afraid to let me know that he had done so; and I did not it till I found no enemy at the...
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The Victories of Wellington and the British Armies

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1852 - 528 páginas
...carried our Arapiles, or he would have confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left flank ; and...to let me know that he had done so ; and I did not know'it till I found no enemy at the fords of the Tormes. When I lost sight of them in the dark, I...
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The duke of Wellington

Jules Maurel - 1853
...carried our Arapiles, or he wrjuld have confined us entirely to our position. This was not to be endured, and we fell upon him, turning his left flank; and I never saw an army receive such a beating." * , This campaign did not end so well as it had begun ; Wellington broke down at Burgos. A commander...
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The Great Battles of the British Army

Charles Mac Farlane - 1853
...went on as it ought ; and there never was an army so beaten in so short a time We fell upon Marmont, turning his left flank; and I never saw an army receive such a beating." * * Letter to Lord Bathurst, and Letter to Sir Thomas Graham. CAMPAIGN OF 1812 (continuett), HAVING...
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