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" whether, from the Noise and hurry at landing, or from some other Cause, the Grenadiers, instead of forming themselves as they were directed, ran on impetuously towards the Enemy's Intrenchments, in the utmost Disorder and Confusion, without waiting for... "
General Sir Guy Carleton, Lord Dorchester: Soldier-statesman of Early ... - Page 26
de Paul David Nelson - 2000 - 295 pages
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee - 1827 - 466 pages
...brigadier Monckton's corps, as soon as the troops had parsed the ford, and were ut hand to assist. But whether from the noise and hurry at landing, or from some other cause, the grenadier«, instead of forming themselves as they «ere directed, ran on impetuously, towards the...
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The historical class book: or, Readings in modern history

John Davenport - 1839
...were directed, from the hurry and noise of their landing, or from an ill-governed ardour, they rushed impetuously towards the enemy's intrenchments in the...for the corps which were to sustain them, and join in the attack. In this disorder, they were met by a violent and steady fire from the intrenchments,...
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The Pictorial History of England: Being, a History of the People ..., Volume 6

George Lillie Craik - 1841
...English grenadiers, as soon as they were landed, rushed tumultuously up towards the entrenchments, without waiting for the corps which were to sustain them and join in the attack. Indeed, Townshend, though upon his march in very good order, was still at some distance,...
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The Cabinet History of England: Being an Abridgment, by the ..., Volumes 17 à 18

Charles MacFarlane - 1846
...English grenadiers, as soon as they were landed, rushed tumultuously up towards the entrenchments, without waiting for the corps which were to sustain them and join in the attack. Indeed, Townshend, though upon his march in very good order, was still at some distance,...
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The Great Battles of the British Army

Charles Mac Farlane - 1853
...English grenadiers, so soon as they were landed, rushed tumultuously up to the formidable entrenchments, without waiting for the corps which were to sustain them and join in the attack. In tact, Townshend, though steadily upon his march, and perfectly in order, was still...
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The life of major-general James Wolfe, illustr. by his correspondence

1864
...Brigadier Mouckton's corps, as soon as the troops had passed the ford, and we were at hand to assist. But whether from the noise and hurry at landing, or from...were directed, ran on impetuously towards the enemy's entrenchments in the utmost disorder and confusion, without waiting for the corps which were to sustain...
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The Life of Major-General James Wolfe: Founded on Original Documents and ...

Robert Wright - 1864 - 626 pages
...Brigadier Mouckton's corps, as soon as the troops had passed the ford, arid we were at hand to assist. But whether from the noise and hurry at landing, or from...were directed, ran on impetuously towards the enemy's entrenchments in the utmost disorder and confusion, without waiting for the corps which were to sustain...
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The Life of Major-General James Wolfe: Founded on Original Documents and ...

Robert Wright - 1864 - 626 pages
...Brigadier Monckton's corps, as soon as the troops had passed the ford, and we were at hand to assist. But whether from the noise and hurry at landing, or from...were directed, ran on impetuously towards the enemy's entrenchments in the utmost disorder and confusion, without waiting for the corps which were to sustain...
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The book of battles; or, Daring deeds by land and sea [ed. by E. Shelton and ...

Book - 1867
...the attack, and had orders immediately after their landing to form themselves on the beach, rushed impetuously towards the enemy's intrenchments, in...and confusion, without waiting for the corps which was to sustain them. Met by a violent and stenly fire from the intrenchments, they w. re throwu into...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee, Robert Edward Lee - 1869 - 620 pages
...cause, tliegrenadiers, instead of forming themselves as they were directed, ran on impetuously toward the enemy's intrenchments in the utmost disorder and...for the corps which were to sustain them, and join in" the attack. Brigadier Monckton was not landed, and Brigadier Townshend was still at a considerable...
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