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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 Full and Circumstantial Account of the Memorable Battle of Waterloo: The ...

Christopher Kelly - 1817 - 509 pages
...observing the scene through a telescope, could not restrain hie joy when he saw the smoke ascending, but broke out into exclamations of approval. Indeed,...refusal of his troops thus to dishonour themselves: for Kleber had remonstrated against it in the most strenuous manner, and the officers of the eiot major,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 17

1817
...grape instantly played against them; and Buonaparte, who had been regarding the scene throughout with a telescope, when he saw the smoke ascending, could...joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval. ' Their bones still lie in heaps, and are shewn to every traveller who arrives; nor can they be confounded...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 17

1817
...grape instantly played against them ; and Buonaparte, who had been regarding the scene throughout with a telescope, when he saw the smoke ascending, could...joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval. ' Their bones still lie in heaps, and are shewn to every traveller who arrives; nor can they be confounded...
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History of the Wars of the French Revolution, from the Breaking Out of the ...

Edward Baines - 1818
...signal gun fired ; vollies of musketry 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." " Their bones," adds Sir Robert, " still lie in heaps, and are shew to every traveller who arrives...
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Memoirs of the Military and Political Life of Napoleon Bonaparte

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1822 - 395 pages
...signal-gun fired. Vollies of musketry and grape instantly played against them ; and Bonaparte, 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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An Historical Inquiry Into the Principal Circumstances and Events Relative ...

Thomas J. Barclay DE MOUNTENEY - 1824 - 32 pages
...vollies of musketry and grape instantly played against them, and Buonaparte, who had been regarding them through a telescope, when he saw the smoke ascending,...exclamations of approval ; indeed, he had just reason to 367 dread the refusal of his troops thus to dishonour themselves : Kleber had remonstrated in the most...
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The forlorn case of popery! or, The Romanist undeceived

John Connell (curate of Ettagh.) - 1826 - 202 pages
...volleys of musquetry and grape instantly played amongst 'them ; and Buonaparte, who had been viewing the scene through a telescope, when he saw the smoke ascending, could not restrain his joy. When the Turks had all fallen, the sabre and bayonet put a period to the sufferings of the wounded...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 2

1802
...gun fired. Vollies of musquetrjr and grape instantly played against them ; and Buonapart6, who had been regarding the scene through a telescope, when...into exclamations of approval , indeed, he had just reasons to dread the refusal of his troops thus to dishonour themselves. Kleber had remonstrated in...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 17

1817
...grape instantly played against them ; and Buonaparte, who had been regarding the scene throughout with a telescope, when he saw the smoke ascending, could...joy, but broke out into exclamations of approval. ' Their bones still lie in heaps, and are shown to every traveller who arrives ; nor can they be confounded...
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Tales of the Wars; Or, Naval and Military Chronicle: To which is ..., Volume 1

1836
...signal gun fired. Volleys of musketry 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, the general to whom the division belonged being absent, even refused to execute...
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