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" Goree, which were foon reduced to delire to capitulate; and the governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the French troops out of the garrifon with the honours of war. His terms I... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Page 53
1759
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The New [afterw.] Owen's weekly chronicle; or ..., Volume 2, Issues 40-91

1759
...forts and batteries on the ifland of Goree, which were, foon reduced to defire to capitulate ; and the Governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the...troops out of the garrifon with the honours of war. LJis terms I absolutely rejected, and began a frefh attack; it was, however, but of a very ftiort duration,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1762
...fort and batterie» on the ifland of Goree, which were foon reduced todefire to capitulate; and the governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the...garrifon with the honours of war. His terms I abfolutely rejefted, and began a frefh, attack; it was, however, but of very Ihort duration, when the ifland,...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 3

1764
...of Gorce, which were focn reduced fo difirc to capttulate ; and the Governor's Remands were, to he allowed to march the French Troops out of the Garrifon with the Honours .of War. His Terms I abfolutely rejefcted, and hegan 3 frefh Attack i it was, however, but of a vcry fnort Duration, when the Itl.tt'H,...
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Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain: From the Year 1727 ..., Volume 2

Robert Beatson - 1790
...and batteries on the ifland of Goree, " which were foon reduced to defire to capitulate : and the " Governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the...rejected, and began a frefh attack. " It was, however, of very fhort duration, when the ifland, " forts, garrifon, &c. furrendered at difcretion to his Ma"...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1792
...batteries on the ifland of Goree, which were foon reduced to defire to capitulate ; and the governor'« demands were, to be allowed to march the French troops...war. His terms I abfolutely rejected, and began a frelh attack ; i: was however, but of very ihort duration, when the ifland, forts, garrifon, &c. furrendered...
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Biographia Navalis: Or, Impartial Memoirs of the Lives and ..., Volume 5

John Charnock - 1797
...batteries on the ifland of Goree, which were loon reduced to delire permtflTion to capitulate. The governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the French troops out of thegamfon with the honours of war. His terms I ablblutely rcjecied and began a frein attack: it was,...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

1802
...fort and batteries on the island of Goree, which were soon reduced to 'desire to capitulate ; and the governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the French troops out of the garrison with the honours of war. His terms I absolutely rejected, and began a fresh attack ; it was,...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the ..., Volume 3

Archibald Duncan - 1805
...and batteries on the island of Goree, which were soon reduced to desire permission to capitulate. The governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the French troops out of the garrison with the honours of war. His terms I absolutely rejected, and began a fresh attack ; it was,...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 24

1759
...forts and batteries on the ifland of Goree, which were foon reduced to dcfire to capitulate ; and the Governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the...garrifon with the honours of war. His terms I abfolutely re'efled, and began a frefh attack j it was, however, but of a very fliort duration, when the ifland,...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1760
...fort and batteries on the ifland of Goree, which were foon reduced to delire to capitulate; and the governor's demands were, to be allowed to march the...the garrifon with the honours of war. His terms I abiblutely rejected, and began a frefli attack ; it was, however, but of very ihort duration, when...
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