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" An attack begun an hour before daylight could derive no advantage over the vigilance of an army ever ready to receive it ; the enemy's most vigorous and repeated efforts w.ere directed against the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly... "
History of the British Expedition to Egypt;: To which is Subjoined, a Sketch ... - Page 318
by Sir Robert Wilson - 1803 - 387 pages
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Public Characters, Volume 7

1805
...repeated efforts were directed against the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided...conflict the most severe, terminated in one of the moit signal vicroiies which ever adorned the annals of the British nation." Before we take our leave...
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HISTORY OF THE BRITISH EXPEDITION TO EGYPT

ROBERT THOMAS WILSON - 1803
...repeated efforts were directed againft the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided by cavalry. They relied upon their difcipline and courage. The defperate attacks of a veteran cavalry, joined to thofe of a numerous infantry,...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 ..., Volume 7

1805
...repeated efforts were directed aguinst the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided...to those of a numerous infantry, which had vainly stilcd itself invincible, were every where repulsed: and a conflict the most severe, terminated in...
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Public Characters

1805
...repeated efforts w.ere directed against the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided...to those of a numerous infantry, which had vainly stilcd itself in-vincible, were every where repulsed : and a conflict the most severe, terminated in...
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The Royal military chronicle; or, The British officer's monthly register ...

1811
...repeated efforts were directed against the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided...numerous infantry, . which had vainly stiled itself iurincible, were every where repulsed : and a conflict the most severe terminated in one of the most...
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The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion, Volume 2

1813
...the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of theft artillery, and unaided by cavalry. They relied...to those of a numerous infantry, which had vainly styled itself invincible, were every where repulsed; and a conflict the most severe, terminated in...
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Historical Record of the Royal Welch Fusiliers, Late the Twenty-third ...

Rowland Broughton-Mainwaring - 1889 - 372 pages
...repeated efforts were directed against the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided...by cavalry. ' They relied upon their discipline and their courage. The desperate attacks of a veteran cavalry, joined to those of a numerous infantry,...
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Historical Records of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment, Now 1st ...

Raymond Henry Raymond Smythies - 1894 - 620 pages
...the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided by cavalry. "They relied on their discipline and courage. The desperate attacks...to those of a numerous infantry, which had vainly styled itself Invincible, were everywhere repulsed, and a conflict, the most severe, terminated in...
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Historical Records of the 40th (2nd Somersetshire) Regiment, Now 1st ...

Raymond Henry Raymond Smythies - 1894 - 620 pages
...repeated efforts were directed against the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain, greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided by cavalry. "They relied on their discipline and courage. The desperate attacks of a veteran cavalry, joined to those of a numerous...
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The Life of a Regiment: The History of the Gordon Highlanders, Volume 1

Charles Greenhill Gardyne, Cyril Bentham Falls - 1901
...repeated efforts were directed against the right and centre. Our infantry fought in the plain greatly inferior in the number of their artillery, and unaided...desperate attacks of a veteran cavalry joined to those of numerous infautry, which had vainly styled itself invincible, were everywhere repulsed ; and a conflict...
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