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" Sir George Cathcart, to move forward, and take advantage of any opportunity to regain the heights ; and, not having been able to accomplish this immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns, the Earl of l.ucan was... "
Pictorial history of the Russian War, 1854-5-6 [signed G.D.]. - Página 255
de George Dodd - 1856
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Punch, Volúmenes 26-27

Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Sir Francis Cowley Burnand, Sir Owen Seaman - 1854
...Russians were removing the seven guns, he sent an order to the EARL op LUCAN, commander of our cavalry, to advance rapidly, follow the enemy in their retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. The order was a written order ; it was penned by MAJOR-GENERAL AIKEY, Quartermaster General...
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England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams, William Cooke Stafford - 1854
...heights ; and, not having been able to accomplish this immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns, the Earl of...retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. In the meanwhile the Russians had time to re-form on their own ground, with artillery in front...
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The Campaign in the Crimea: An Historical Sketch, Volúmenes 1-2

George Brackenbury, William Simpson - 1855
...not having been able to accomplish this immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was being made to remove the captured guns, the Earl of Lucan was...ground, with artillery in front and upon their flanks. The Lieutenant-General considered that he was bound to attack at all hazards, and he accordingly ordered...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence, Parte 2

1855
...heights ; and, not having been able to accomplish this immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns, the Earl of...retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. 1854. 5 L i : .. «> i In the meanwhile the Russians had time to reform on their own ground,...
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Our heroes of the Crimea: biogr. sketches of our military officers

George Ryan - 1855
...heights, and not having been able to accomplish this immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns, the Earl of...retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. In the meanwhile the Russians had time to reform on their own ground, with artillery in front,...
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Descriptive sketches: illustrating Mr. William Simpson's drawings of the ...

George Brackenbury, William Simpson - 1855 - 112 páginas
...not having been able to accomplish this immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was being made to remove the captured guns, the Earl of Lucan was...retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. In the meanwhile the Russians had time to re-form on their own ground, with artillery in front...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen 96

Edmund Burke - 1855
...Russians were removing the seven guns, he sent an order to the Earl of Lucan, commander of our cavalry, to advance rapidly, follow the enemy in their retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. The order was a written order ; it was penned by Major-General Airey, Quartermaster General...
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(Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5). Journal of the operations ..., Volumen 1

War office - 1859
...heights ; and not having been able to accomplish this immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns, the Earl of...retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. In the meanwhile the Russians had time to reform on their own ground, with artillery in front...
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Impending dangers of England and evils of our naval and military organization

W M. Maxwell - 1859
...gallant though untoward encounter. Lord Raglan says in his despatch, ' It appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns, the Earl of...follow the enemy in their retreat, and try to prevent their effecting their object.' " As this order was delivered in writing, no doubt could exist as to...
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(Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5). Journal of the operations conducted by the ...

War office - 1859
...immediately, and it appearing that an attempt was making to remove the captured guns, the Earl of Lucau was desired to advance rapidly, follow the enemy in...retreat, and try to prevent them from effecting their objects. In the meanwhile the Russians had time to reform on their own ground, with artillery in front...
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