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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 66th Berkshire Regiment

1887 - 159 páginas
...that astonishing infantry. . . . 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 like a loosened cliff went headlong down the steep. . . Eighteen-hundred unwounded men, the...
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The Career of Major George Broadfoot, C. B. ...: In Afghanistan and the Punjab

William Broadfoot - 1888 - 445 páginas
...with what a strength and majesty the British soldier fights.' 2 The French at length gave way, and ' like a loosened cliff, went headlong down the ascent....The rain flowed after in streams discoloured with blood ; and fifteen hundred unwounded men, the remnant of six thousand unconquerable British soldiers,...
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Historical Record of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Late the Twenty-third ...

Rowland Broughton-Mainwaring - 1889 - 372 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...fight; their efforts only increased the irremediable con' fusion, and the mighty mass giving way, like a loosened ' cliff, went headlong down the ascent....
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A Manual of English Literature, Historical and Critical: With an Appendix on ...

Thomas Arnold - 1891 - 558 páginas
...edge of the hill. In vain did the French reserves, joining with the struggling multitude, endeavor to sustain the fight : their efforts only increased...loosened cliff, went headlong down the ascent. The raiu flowed after in streams discolored with blood ; and fifteen hundred un wounded men, the remnant...
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The Rise of Wellington

Earl Frederick Sleigh Roberts Roberts - 1895 - 198 páginas
...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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Words: Their Use and Abuse

William Mathews - 1896 - 494 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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The Story of the British Army

Charles Cooper King - 1897 - 426 páginas
...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 losses of individual regiments...
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Deeds that Won the Empire: Historic Battle Scenes

William Henry Fitchett - 1898 - 328 páginas
...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 ascent. The rain flowed after in streams...
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The Anglo-Saxon Review, Volumen 3

Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill - 1899
...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 rain flowed after in streams discoloured with blood, and eighteen hundred unwounded men,...
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How England Saved Europe: The war in the Peninsula

William Henry Fitchett - 1900
...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 ascent. The rain flowed after in streams...
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