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" Vollies of musquetry and grape instantly played against them; and Buonaparte, who had been " regarding the scene through a telescope, when he saw the smoke ascending, could not restrain his " joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval; indeed, he... "
History of the British Expedition to Egypt;: To which is Subjoined, a Sketch ... - Page 75
by Sir Robert Wilson - 1803 - 354 pages
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A COMPENDIOUS VIEW OF UNIVERSAL HISTORY

CHARLES MAYO, L.L.B - 1804
...gun fired, " Vollies of musquetry and grape instantly played against them; and Buonaparte, who had been " regarding the scene through a telescope, when...the most strenuous " manner, and the officer of the etat-major who commanded (for the general to whom the division " belonged was absent) even refused...
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History of the French Consulate, Under Napoleon Buonaparte: Being an ...

William Vincent Barré - 1804 - 535 pages
...of " musquetry and grape instantly played against " them ; and Buonaparte, who had been regard" ing the scene through a telescope, when he • saw the...the " most strenuous manner, and the officer of the " Etat-Major, who commanded, (for the general " to whom the division belonged was absent,) " even refused...
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The Anti-Gallican: Or, Standard of British Loyalty, Religion and Liberty ...

1904 - 496 pages
...(ired — Vollies of Musquetry and • Orrtue instantly played against them ; ami Bonaparte who had been regarding the. scene through a Telescope, when...joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval.'' " Sir R. Wilson's History ot the Expedition to Egypt." TENTH. The Scene 'which occurred at the French...
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Napoleon, and the French People Under His Empire

Gustav Graf von Schlabrendorf - 1806 - 421 pages
...gun fired. Vollies of musquetry and grape shot instantly played against them; and Buonaparte who had been regarding the scene through a telescope, when...ascending, could not restrain his joy, but broke out into acclamations of approval; indeed he had just rea* Buonaparte had in person inspected previously the...
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The Military Mentor: Being a Series of Letters Recently Written by ..., Volume 1

1809
...however was not insensible to the dictate strain hre joy, but broke out into exclamations of ap-; proval: indeed he had just reason to dread the refusal of...the most strenuous manner, and the officer of the ct st-ma'«ir who comnnnded (for the general to whom the division belong.ed was absent)* even refused...
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A history of the political life of the rt. hon. W. Pitt, by John ..., Volume 6

John Richards Green - 1809
...revenge; and thi wretch himself, who had been viewing the icene through a telescope, when he saw the imoke ascending, could not restrain his joy, but broke out into exclamations of applause. Indeed, he had some reason to dread the refusal of his troops to cdmmit tKis base and cowardly...
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Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, Indian Ocean, and Up the Red Sea: With ...

Richard Renshaw - 1813 - 193 pages
...signal gun fired. Vollies of musquetry and grape instantly played against them ; and Bonaparte, who had been regarding the scene through a telescope, when...his troops thus to dishonour themselves. Kleber had remonstratad in the most strenuous manner, and the officers of the Etat Major, who commanded, (for...
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and Overthrow of Napoleon Bonaparte ...

Theophilus Camden - 1814
...defenceless multitude. Vollies of musquctry and grape instantly played against them ; and Bonaparte, who had been regarding the scene through a telescope, when...joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval," &c. Such are the principal outlines of licutenant•co. loncl Wilson's account of this horrid massacre;...
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History of the wars resulting from the Frenchrevolution. To which ..., Volume 1

Edward Seymour (of the Inner temple.) - 1815
...defenceless multitude. Vollies of musquetry and grape instantly played upon them ; and Bonaparte, who had been regarding the scene through a telescope, when...joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval," &c. After a short residence at Jaffa, Bonaparte returned to ' Cairo ; here he directed his attention...
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The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ..., Volume 1

Hewson Clarke - 1816 - 478 pages
...signal gun fired. Volleys of musqnetry and grape instantly played against them, and Buonaparte, who had been regarding the scene through a telescope, when he saw the smoke ascending could not restrain bis joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval. Kleber had remonstrated against this outrage...
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