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" as that officer, though often sent for, could not leave the deck, Nelson feared that some fatal cause prevented him, and repeatedly cried : " Will no one bring Hardy to me ? He must be killed ! He is surely dead! "
The Wonders of History: Comprising Remarkable Battles, Sieges, Feats of Arms ... - Side 379
1844 - 567 sider
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Improvement Era, Volum 2,Utgave 2

1899 - 1146 sider
...for, could not leave the deck, Nelson feared some fatal cause prevented him, and repeatedly cried, "Will no one bring Hardy to me? He must be killed! He is surely dead!" An hour and ten minutes elapsed from the time when Nelson received his wound before Hardy could come...
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Decision at Trafalgar: The Story of the Greatest British Naval Battle of the ...

Dudley Pope - 1999 - 384 sider
...Nelson became more and more impatient and anxious about the friend who had served him so faithfully. "Will no one bring Hardy to me? He must be killed: he is surely destroyed!" A few minutes later Midshipman Richard Bulkley, whose father had served with Nelson twenty-five...
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Nelson: Love & Fame

Edgar Vincent - 2003 - 640 sider
...sufferings are great but they will be all soon over.' Nelson, still the Admiral, was impatient to see Hardy: 'Will no one bring Hardy to me? He must be killed: he is surely destroyed.' Nelson managed to create such a fuss about Hardy that many messages had been sent up to...
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Side Lights on English History: Extracts from Letters, Papers, and Diaries ...

Ernest F. Henderson - 2004 - 464 sider
...the Surgeon, requesting his attendance on his Lordship; who became impatient to see him, and often exclaimed : " Will no one bring Hardy to me? He must be killed: he is surely destroyed." The Captain's Aide-de-Camp Mr. Bulkley, now came below, and stated that " circumstances...
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British Biography: A Reader

Carl Edmund Rollyson - 2005 - 308 sider
...could not leave the deck, Nelson feared that some fatal cause prevented him, and repeatedly cried, "Will no one bring Hardy to me? He must be killed! He is surely dead!" An hour and ten minutes elapsed from the time when Nelson received his wound before Hardy could come...
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The Line Upon a Wind: The Great War at Sea, 1793-1815

Noel Mostert - 2008 - 800 sider
...once. Nelson nevertheless kept calling for him. Messages were sent to Hardy. Nelson often impatiently exclaimed, 'Will no one bring Hardy to me? He must be killed. He is surely destroyed.' But Hardy's aide-de-camp, a midshipman, came down to say that 'circumstances respecting...
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The Literary Reading Book Containing Specimens of Poetry and Prose ..., Del 1

C. Van Tiel, M.G. van Neck - 1912 - 427 sider
...could not leave the deck, Nelson feared that some fatal cause prevented him, and repeatedly cried, "Will no one bring Hardy to me? He must be killed! he is surely dead!" An hour and ten minutes elapsed from the time when Nelson received his wound, before Hardy could come...
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