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" I received notice that the enemy had appeared in force on the plain, and was advancing towards the heights of Barrosa. "
The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book: Containing ... - Page 35
edited by - 1820
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 31

Monthly literary register - 1811
...towards the heights of Barrosa. As I considered that position as the key of that of Santi Petri, 1 immediately countermarched, in order to support the...with which this manoeuvre was executed, served as a favourable omen. It was however impossible in such intricate and difficult ground to pro serve order...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 152

1880
...key to that of Santi Petri, I immediately countermarched in order to support the troops left for th» defence, and the alacrity with which this manoeuvre was executed served as a favourable omen. It was, however, impossible in such intricate and difficult ground to preserve order...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 19

William Cobbett - 1811
...plain, and was advancing towards the heights of Barrosa. — As I considered that position as the key of that of Santi Petri,! immediately counter-marched...with which this manoeuvre was executed served as a favourable omen. It was however impossible in such intricate and difficult ground to preserve order...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 19

William Cobbett - 1811
...towards the heights of Barrosa. — As J considered that position as the key of that of Santi Petri, I immediately counter-marched in order to support the...with which this manoeuvre was executed served as a favourable omen. It was howe^r impossible in such intricate and difficult ground to preserve order...
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The Royal military chronicle; or, The British officer's monthly register ...

1811
...towards the heights of Barrosa. , As I considered that position as the key of that of Santi Petri, I immediately countermarched in order to support the...with which this manoeuvre was executed served as a favuursble omen. It was however impossible in such intricate i-.ml difficult ground to preserve order...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1811
...that position a. the key of that of Santi Petri, I immediately countermarched, in order to.-support the troops left for its defence-, and the alacrity with which this manoeuvre wag executed served as a .favourable omen. It was however impossible, in such intricate and difficult...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 81, Part 1; Volume 109

1811
...towards the heights of Bar-' rosa. As I considered that position as the key of that of Santi Petri, I immediately countermarched, in order to support the troops left for its defence j and the alacrity with which this manoeuvrewas executed served as a favourable' omen. It was however...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or an Impartial Report of the Debates ..., Volume 2

Great Britain. Parliament - 1811
...four miles from Bnrrosa, and it appearing that the potiition on the river should be reinforced, he immediately countermarched in order to support the troops left for its defence, supposing that they had been in some strength. 'When lie approached, however, lie found that the enemy...
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The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion, Volume 2

1813
...as the kt;y to that of Santi Petri, he immediately countermarched, in order to support the troop;, left for its defence ; and the alacrity with which...executed, served as a favorable omen. Before the British troo~s could get entirely disentangled from the wood, the Spanish troops on thi' Barrosa hill were...
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A New History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time: On a ...

J. Cooper - 1812 - 288 pages
...heights of Barossa. As that position was", in reality, the key of that of Santi Petri, Gen. Graham immediately countermarched, in order to support the troops left for its defence, and this manoeuvre was executed with the greatest alacrity. It was impossible, however, on such difficult...
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