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" The cause of this disadvantage is the same with that of every other description, the want of attention of the officers to the orders of the Army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. "
The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly Register and ... - Page 299
1812
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Life of Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington ...

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1845
...want of attention of the officers to the orders of the army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. Certain...should be appointed to cut and bring in wood, others fetch water, and others to get the meat, &c. to be cooked ; and it would soon be found that if this...
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Adventures with the Connaught rangers, from 1808 to 1814, Volume 2

William Grattan - 1847
...of every other description, —the want of attention of the officers to the orders of the army, and to the conduct of their men ; and their consequent want of authority over their conduct." Now, it is plain that the French army were much more expert in cooking than we were. The French nation...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1851 - 939 pages
...want of attention of the officers to the orders of the army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. Certain...meat, &c. to be cooked ; and it would soon be found that if this practice were daily enforced, and a particular hour for seeing the dinners, and for the...
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A Manual of Out-post Duties

Lord Frederick Fitzclarence - 1851 - 232 pages
...of every other description — the want of attention of the Officers to the order of the Army, and to the conduct of their men, and their consequent...each Company should be appointed to cut and bring wood, others to fetch water, and others to get meat, &c., to be cooked ; and it would be found, if...
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The life of ... the duke of Wellington, Volume 1

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - 1852
...want of attention of the officers to the orders of the army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. Certain...meat, &c., to be cooked ; and it would soon be found that if this practice were daily enforced, and a particular hour for seeing the dinners, and for the...
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The War: From the Death of Lord Raglan to the Evacuation of the Crimea, Volume 2

Sir William Howard Russell - 1856 - 486 pages
...want of attention of the officers to the orders of the army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. Certain...meat, &c., to be cooked ; and it would soon be found that, if this practice were daily enforced, and a particular hour for seeing the dinners and for the...
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The War. From the Death of Lord Raglan to the Evacuation of the Crimea ...

Sir William Howard Russell - 1856 - 486 pages
...want of attention of the officers to the orders of the army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. Certain...meat, &c., to be cooked ; and it would soon be found that, if this practice were daily enforced, and a particular hour for seeing the dinners and for the...
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The British Expedition to the Crimea

Sir William Howard Russell - 1858 - 629 pages
...want of attention of the officers to the orders of the army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. Certain men of each company s be a,ointed to cut and bring in wood; ls to fda waI J.theestopet the meat, &c, to be...
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The Diary of a Cavalry Officer in the Peninsular and Waterloo Campaign, 1809 ...

William Tomkinson - 1894 - 358 pages
...want of attention of the Officers to the Orders of the Army and to the conduct of their men, and their want of authority over their conduct. Certain men...others to fetch water, and others to get the meat, etc., to be cooked, and it would soon be found, if this practice was daily enforced and a particular...
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Wellington's Operations in the Peninsula (1808-1814)

Lewis [William George] Butler - 1904
...want of attention of the officers to the orders of the Army, and the conduct of their men, and the consequent want of authority over their conduct. Certain...meat, &c., to be cooked ; and it would soon be found that if this practice were daily enforced, and a particular hour for seeing the dinners, and for the...
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