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" ... by the incessant vigour of the attack to the farthest edge of the hill. In vain did the French reserves... "
The United Service Journal and Naval and Military Magazine - Página 272
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The theory of war

Patrick Leonard MacDougall (sir.) - 1856 - 353 páginas
...struggling multitude, endeavoured to restore the fight, but only augmented the irremediable disorder ; and the mighty mass, giving way like a loosened cliff, went headlong down the steep." The repulse and ruin of the two attacking columns of the imperial guard at Waterloo, the one...
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The Theory of War: Illustrated by Numerous Examples from Military History

Patrick Leonard MacDougall - 1858 - 354 páginas
...struggling multitude, endeavoured to restore the fight, but only augmented the irremediable disorder; and the mighty mass, giving way like a loosened cliff, went headlong down the steep." The repulse and ruin of the two attacking columns of the imperial guard at Waterloo, the one...
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Impending dangers of England and evils of our naval and military organization

W M. Maxwell - 1859
...foot, and with a horrid carnage, it was driven by the incessant vigour of the attack to the furthest edge of the hill. In vain did the French reserves,...increased the irremediable confusion, and the mighty mass, at length giving way like a loosened cliff, went headlong down the ascent." This article was replied...
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Curiosities of war and military studies

Thomas Carter - 1860
...to the farthest edge of the hill. In vain did the French reserves mix with the struggling multitude to sustain the fight ; their efforts only increased the irremediable confusion, and the mighty mass, breaking off like a loosened cliff, went headlong down the steep ; the rain flowed after in streams...
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A manual of English literature

Thomas Arnold - 1862 - 423 páginas
...foot by foot, and with a horrid carnage, it was driven by the incessant vigour of the attack to the farthest edge of the hill. In vain did the French...cliff, went headlong down the ascent. The rain flowed afier in streams discoloured with blood, and fifteen hundred unwounded men, the remnant of six thousand...
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Sketches of Celebrated Canadians: And Persons Connected with Canada, from ...

Henry James Morgan - 1862 - 779 páginas
...struggling multitude, endeavored to restore the fight, but only augmented the irremediable disorder, and the mighty mass, giving way, like a loosened cliff, went headlong down the steep, and eighteen hundred unwounded men, the remnant of six thousand unconquerable British soldiers,...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volumen 6

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...foot by foot, and with a horrid carnage, it was (Hivi:u by the incessant vigour of the attack to the farthest edge of the hill. In vain did the French reserves, joining with the struggling multitudes, endeavour to sustain the fight ; their efforts only increased the irremediable confusion,...
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The life and times of viscount Palmerston, Volumen 1

James Ewing Ritchie - 1866 - 839 páginas
...they drove the French to the furthest edge of the hill. " In vain," says Sir W. Napier, " did their reserves, joining with the struggling multitude, endeavour...increased the irremediable confusion ; and the mighty mass at length giving way, like a loosened cliff, went headlong down the astont. The rain flowed after,...
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En Avant, Messieurs!: Being a Tutor's Counsel to His Pupils

George Henry Duncan Mathias - 1867 - 271 páginas
...foot, and with a horrid carnage, it was driven by the incessant vigor of the attack to the furthest edge of the hill. In vain did the French reserves, joining with the struggling multitudes, endeavor to sustain the fight ; their efforts only increased the irremediable confusion,...
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Famous regiments of the British army: their origin and services. With a ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1868
...was driven by the incessant vigour of the attack, to the farthest edge of the hill. In vain did tho French reserves, joining with the struggling multitude,...to sustain the fight ; their efforts only increased tha irremediable confusion; and the mighty mass giving way, lil;9 a loosened cliff, went headlong down...
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