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Bøker Bok 110 av 10Gillespie attacked it with spirit and judgment ; and after an obstinate resistance,...
" Gillespie attacked it with spirit and judgment ; and after an obstinate resistance, carried it at the point of the bayonet, completely routed their force, and took their guns. A strong column from their works advanced to their support, but our line being... "
The History of the British Empire in India - Side 188
av Edward Thornton - 1843
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volum 4,Del 1

1813
...beyond it, and about two miles in advance of their works at Cornells. Their position was strong, and defended by an abbatis, occupied by three thousand of their best troops, and four guns of horse artillery ; Colonel Gillespie attacked it with spirit and judgment ; and after an obstinate...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volum 1;Volum 4,Del 1

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...beyond it, and about two miles in advance of their works at Cornell';;. Their position was strong, and defended by an abbatis, occupied by three thousand of their best troops, and four guns of horse artillery ; Colonel Gilleapie attacked it with spirit and judgment ; and after an obstinate...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1813
...beyond it, and about two miles an advance of their works at Cornelis. Their position was strong, and defended by an abbatis, occupied by three thousand of their best troops, and four guns of horse artillery ; Colonel Gillespie attacked it with spirit and judgment ; and after an obstinate...
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The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion

1814
...beyond it, and about two miles in advance of their works at Cornelis. Their position was strong, and defended by an abbatis occupied by three thousand of their best troops and four guns of horse artillery: Colonel Gillespie attacked it with spirit and judgment, and after an obstinate...
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Annual Register, Volum 53

Edmund Burke - 1825
...beyond it, and about two miles in advance of their works at Cornells. Their position was strong, and defended by an abbatis, occupied by three thousand of their best troops, and four guns of horse artillery ; Col. Gillespie attacked it with spirit and judgment ; and, alter an obstinate...
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Asiatic Journal

1836
...adulterated beverage had been taken to produce the intended effect. In the hurry of the moment, it is to be lamented, that the author of this abominable act escaped....advanced with his corps towards the enemy's cantonment at Weellerneeder, supported by two brigades of infantry. They found the cantonment abandoned, but the...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volum 4

Edward Thornton - 1843
...beverage had been taken to produce the intended effect. In the hurry of the moment, it is to be CHAP. xxn. lamented that the author of this abominable act escaped....beyond. Their position was strongly defended by an abbati*, occupied by three thousand of their best troops and four guns, horse artillery. It was promptly...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volum 4

Edward Thornton - 1843
...beverage had been taken to produce the intended effect. In the hurry of the moment, it is to be CHAP. xxn. lamented that the author of this abominable act escaped. On the 10th Colonel Gillespie advanced with bis corps towards the enemy's cantonment at Wellevreden, supported by two flank battalions of infantry....
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The History of the British Empire in India

Edward Thornton - 1859 - 655 sider
...adulterated beverage had been taken to produce the intended effect. In the hurry of the moment, it is to be lamented that the author of this abominable act escaped....advanced with his corps towards the enemy's cantonment at Weltevreden, supported by two flank battalions of infantry. They found the cantonment abandoned, but...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volum 53

Edmund Burke - 1811
...beyond it, and about two miles in advance of I heir works at Cornells. Their position was sirong, and defended by an abbatis, occupied by three thousand of their best troops, and four guns of horse artillery ; Colonel Gillespie attacked it with spirit and judgment ; and, after an obstinate...
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