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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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The great battles of the British army

1869
...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 fact, Townshend, though steadily upon his march, and perfectly in order, was still...
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The Siege of Quebec and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, Volume 2

Sir Arthur George Doughty, George William Parmelee - 1901
...Brigadier Monckton's corps, as soon as the troops had passed the ford, and were at hand to assist. But whether from the noise and hurry at landing, or from...themselves as they were directed, ran on impetuously, On the following day Wolfe published orders from which we extract the first part. " The check which...
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The Siege of Quebec and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, Volume 4

Sir Arthur George Doughty, George William Parmelee - 1902
...Brigadier Monckton 's corps, as soon as the troops had passed the ford, and were at hand to assist. But, whether from the noise and hurry at landing, or from...instead of forming themselves as they were directed, ran impetuously towards the enemy's intrenchments, in the utmost disorder and confusion, without waiting...
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The Siege of Quebec and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, Volume 4

Sir Arthur George Doughty, George William Parmelee - 1902
...Brigadier Monckton , s corps, as soon as the troops had passed the ford, and were at hand to assist. But, whether from the noise and hurry at landing, or from...instead of forming themselves as they were directed, ran impetuously towards the enemy's intrenchments, in the utmost disorder and confusion, without waiting...
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Correspondence of William Pitt: When Secretary of State, with ..., Volume 2

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham) - 1906
...soon as the other Troops had pass'd the Ford, & were at hand to assist. But whether, from the Noise & hurry at landing, or from some other Cause, the Grenadiers,...towards the Enemy's Intrenchments in the utmost Disorder & Confusion, without waiting for the Corps which were to sustain them, & join in the Attack: — Brigadier...
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Correspondence of William Pitt: When Secretary of State, with ..., Volume 2

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham) - 1906
...soon as the other Troops had pass'd the Ford, & were at hand to assist. But whether, from the Noise & hurry at landing, or from some other Cause, the Grenadiers,...towards the Enemy's Intrenchments in the utmost Disorder & Confusion, without waiting for the Corps which were to sustain them, & join in the Attack: — Brigadier...
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Correspondence of William Pitt: When Secretary of State, with ..., Volume 2

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham) - 1906
...soon as the other Troops had pass'd the Ford, & were at hand to assist. But whether, from the Noise & hurry at landing, or from some other Cause, the Grenadiers,...towards the Enemy's Intrenchments in the utmost Disorder & Confusion, without waiting for the Corps which were to sustain them, & join in the Attack: — Brigadier...
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The Life and Letters of James Wolfe

Beckles Willson - 1909 - 522 pages
...Brigadier Monckton's corps, as soon as the troops had missed the fort, and 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 was to sustain...
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