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" Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work of the trenches, lest they should throw an undue amount of duty upon their comrades ; yet they maintained... "
Pictorial history of the Russian War, 1854-5-6 [signed G.D.]. - Página 327
de George Dodd - 1856
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 80

1856
...Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work...Suffering and privation have frequently led to crime, in armies as in other communities, but offences of a eerious character have been unknown in the British...
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The linesman; or, Service in the Guards and the line during England's long ...

Edward Hungerford D. Elers Napier - 1856
...Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work...no other troops would even have made the attempt."* The panic caused by our arrival (together, it is said, with the forcible expulsion by the Burmese authorities),...
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Tait's Edinburgh magazine

William Tait - 1856
...Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work of the trenches, lest thrj should throw an undue amount of duty upon their comrade« ; yet they maintained every foot of...
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The life and times of viscount Palmerston, Volumen 2

James Ewing Ritchie - 1866
...Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, male and female apparel. Why, the house of this petty...furnished — as if he had been another Aladdin, with full the enemy, and with numbers so small that, perhaps, no other troops would have made the attempt. *...
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The War in the Crimea

Sir Edward Bruce Hamley - 1891 - 312 páginas
...Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work...no other troops would even have made the attempt. . . . The officers have not only shared all the danger and exposure, and most of the privations which...
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The War in the Crimea

Sir Edward Bruce Hamley - 1891 - 312 páginas
...Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work...no other troops would even have made the attempt. . . . The officers have not only shared all the danger and exposure, and most of the privations which...
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A History of Modern England, Volumen 1

Herbert Woodfield Paul - 1904
...officers," they wrote, "when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work...trenches, lest they should throw an undue amount of work upon their comrades. Yet they maintained every foot of ground against the enemy, and with numbers...
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The United Service Magazine, Volumen 1;Volumen 80

1856
...Both men and officers, when so reduced that they were hardly fit for the lighter duties of the camp, scorned to be excused the severe and perilous work...Suffering and privation have frequently led to crime, in armies as in other communities, but offences of a serious character have been unknown in the British...
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