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" When in a few minutes after, his supporting ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out. " Now, my dear friend, I am at the service of your Greeks and Trojans, and the whole... "
The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures on Their ... - Page 170
1806
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The Life of Richard Cumberland, Esq: Embracing a Critical Examination of His ...

William Mudford - 1812 - 621 pages
...ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir George Douglas, he cried out, — ' Now, my dear friend,...untimely lost to his country, whose candour scorned to rob his admiral of one leaf of his laurels, and who, disclaiming all share in the manoeuvre, nay confessing...
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The Nic-Nac; or, oracle of knowledge, Volume 1

1822
...supporting ship having led through the line in a gallant style, turning with a fmile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out — ' Now, my dear friend, I...in confusion, and our victory is secure.' — This anecdofe.correctly as I relate it, I had from that gallant officer, untimely lost to his country, whose...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1830
...ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out. " Now, my dear friend, I am...untimely lost to his country, whose candour scorned to rob his admiral of one leaf of his laurels, and who, disclaiming all share in the manoeuvre, — nay,...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1830
...ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out, " Now, my dear friend, I am...untimely lost to his country, whose candour scorned to rob his admiral of one leaf of his laurels, and who, disclaiming all share in the manoeuvre, — nay,...
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The Life and Correspondence of the Late Admiral Lord Rodney, Volume 2

Godfrey Basil Mundy - 1830 - 472 pages
...having led through the ; ' French line in a gallant style, turning with ' a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he ' cried out, " Now, my dear friend, I...as I relate it, I ' had from that gallant officer, Sir Charles ' Douglas, untimely lost to his country, whose ' candour scorned to rob his Admiral of...
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The United Service Magazine: With which are Incorporated the Army and Navy ...

1830
...style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out, " Now, my dear friend, I am ĦU the service of your Greeks and Trojans, and the whole...untimely lost to his country, whose candour scorned to rob his Admiral of one leaf of his laurels, and who disclaiming all share in the manœuvre, nay, confessing...
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The Life and Times of "England's Patriot King," William the Fourth: With a ...

John Watkins - 1832 - 780 pages
...ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out, ' Now, my dear friend, I am...confusion, and our victory is secure.' " " This anecdote," says Cumberland, " correctly as I relate it, I had from that gallant officer, Sir Charles Douglas,...
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Life of Rodney

Godfrey Basil Mundy - 1836 - 283 pages
...ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out, ' Now, my dear friend, I am...correctly as I relate it, I had from that gallant officer, Sir Charles Douglas, untimely lost to his country, whose candour scorned to rob his Admiral of one...
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The Life and Reign of William the Fourth

George Newenham Wright, John Watkins - 1837 - 868 pages
...ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out, ' Now, my dear friend, I am...confusion, and our victory is secure.' " " This anecdote," says Cumberland, " correctly as I relate it, I had from that gallant officer, Sir Charles Douglas,...
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The Life and Reign of William the Fourth, Volume 1

George Newenham Wright, John Watkins - 1857 - 868 pages
...ship having led through the French line in a gallant style, turning with a smile of joy to Sir Charles Douglas, he cried out, ' Now, my dear friend, I am...confusion, and our victory is secure.' " " This anecdote," says Cumberland, " correctly as I relate it, I had from that gallant officer, Sir Charles Douglas,...
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