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" ... where the defence possessed a force, in the first instance, of 3500 men, notwithstanding which the campaign terminated in eight days. This force underwent a gradual diminution, and latterly a very extensive one, by the falling off of the colonial... "
The Edinburgh annual register - Page 270
1812
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly ..., Volume 7

Benjamin Flower - 1810
...without a »inste field-piece, and oi the other equally unprovided, until within range of the enemy's principal works, will be held by military men a bold and arduous enterprize, where the defence possessed n force, in the first instance, uf 3500 men, notwithstanding...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1811
...have discovered much firmness. TJie commander in chief, in his official dispatches, complains that the force underwent a gradual diminution, and, latterly,...one, by the "falling off of the colonial troops." Inconsequence of the great strength of the position which the enemy occupied, and from which they were...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 3

1812
...withous a single field-piece, and of the other equally unprovided, until within range of the enemy's principal works, will be held by military men a bold...extensive one, by the falling off of the colonial troops, anil by the increase of the sick and wounded, whose numbers (independent of the killed and missing,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2; Volume 3, Part 2

Walter Scott - 1812
...bold and arduous enterprise, where thedefence possessed a. force, in the first instance, of 3500 jnen, notwithstanding which the campaign terminated in eight...and by the increase of the sick and wounded, whose number* (independent of the killed and missing, which are considerable) are stated to me to exceed...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2; Volume 3, Part 2

Walter Scott - 1812
...without a single field-piece, and of the other equally unprovided, until within range of the enemy's principal works, will be held by military men a bold...which the campaign terminated in eight days. This Ibrce underwent a gradual diminution, and latterly a very extensive one, by the falling off of the...
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 2

John Philippart - 1820
...men a bold and arduous enterprize, where the defence possessed a force in the first instance of 3,50O men, notwithstanding which the campaign terminated...whose numbers (independent of the killed and missing, which are considerable) are stated to me to exceed sis hundred men. " I hope the services of this army...
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The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book ..., Volume 2

John Philippart - 1820
...without a dingle field-piece, and of the other equally unprovided, until within range of the enemy's principal works, will be held by military men a bold and arduous enterprize, where the defence possessed a force in the first instance of 3,50O men, notwithstanding...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volume 8

1824
...without a single field-piece, and of the other equally unprovided, until within range of the enemy's principal works, will be held by military men a bold...and latterly a very extensive one, by the falling ofT of the colonial troops, and by the increase of the sick and wounded ; whose numbers (independent...
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The Annual biography and obituary, Volume 8

1824
...without a single field-piece, and of the other equally unprovided, until within range of the enemy's principal works, will be held by military men a bold and arduous enterprize, where the defence possessed a force in the first instance of 3500 men : notwithstanding...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 8

1824
...without a single field-piece, and of the other equally unprovided, until within range of the enemy's principal works, will be held by military men a bold and arduous enterprize, where the defence possessed a force' in the first instance of 3500 men : notwithstanding...
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