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" To transport these by land would call for vast exertion and expose them to considerable risk. Still Marlborough persevered. " We have ordered " he writes " twenty battering pieces to be brought from Maestricht ; and we have taken measures for sixty more... "
History of England Comprising the Reign of Queen Anne Until the Peace of ... - Página 63
de Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1872
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Memoirs of John, Duke of Marlborough: With His Original ..., Volumen 4

William Coxe - 1820
...calculation of the number of draught horses, to draw this artillery, amounts to sixteen thousand horses, by which you will see the difficulties we meet with ; but we hope to overcome them. In the mean time, we send daily parties into France, which occasions great terror...
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Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough, with His Original Correspondence ...

William Coxe, John Wade - 1848 - 1524 páginas
...aie using our utmost endeavours to get some cannon by land, which meets with infinite difficulties; but we must overcome them, or we shall have very little fruit of our vietory. The duke of Vendome is not contented with having the canal before him, but he is also intrenching,...
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History of England: Comprising the Reign of Queen Anne Until the Peace of ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1870 - 584 páginas
...supposed to discover • — ^ — . and to profit by any even the slightest error of Marl- 1708. borough and Eugene. There were other and most serious obstacles....chiefs. Vendome sent out from Ghent a division of 18,000 men, and Berwick advanced with part of his army to Mortagne, each in the hope during its slow...
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Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough: With His Original Correspondence ...

William Coxe - 1872
...calculation of the number of draught horses, to draw this artillery, amounts to sixteen thousand horses, by which you will see the difficulties we meet with ; but we hope to overcome them. In the mean time, we send daily parties into France, which occasions great terror...
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A History of the Reign of Queen Anne, Volumen 3

John Hill Burton - 1880
...Holland. The calculation of the number of draughthorses to draw this artillery amounts to 16,000 horses, by which you will see the difficulties we meet with ; but we hope to overcome them. In the meantime we send daily parties into France, which occasion great terror."...
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A History of the Reign of Queen Anne, Volumen 3

John Hill Burton - 1880
...Holland. The calculation of the number of draughthorses to draw this artillery amounts to 16,00(3 horses, by which you will see the difficulties we meet with ; but we hope to overcome them. In the meantime we send daily parties into France, which occasion great terror."...
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The Duke of Berwick: Marshal of France. 1702-1734

Charles Townshend Wilson - 1883 - 489 páginas
...are using our utmost endeavours to get some cannon by land, which meets with infinite difficulties, but we must overcome them, or we shall have very little fruit of our victory." l It will be remembered that, in order to be present at Audenarde, Eugene had shot ahead of his army...
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Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough: With His Original ..., Volumen 2

William Coxe - 1886
...calculation of the number of draught horses, to draw this artillery, amounts to sixteen thousand horses, by which you will see the difficulties we meet with ; but we hope to overcome them. In the mean time, we send daily parties into France, which occasions great terror...
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Marlborough: His Life and Times, Book Two

Winston Churchill - 2002 - 1080 páginas
...calculation of the number of draught horses, to draw this artillery, amounts to sixteen thousand horses, by which you will see the difficulties we meet with; but we hope to overcome them. In the meantime we send daily parties into France, which occasions great terror....
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