The dispatches of ... the duke of Wellington, compiled by lieut. colonel Gurwood. [With] Suppl. to vol. 1/3 [and] Index. [With] Index, Volumen8


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Página 448 - Regiment, and Major George Napier, who led the storming party of the light division, and was wounded on the top of the breach. I have great pleasure in reporting to your Lordship the uniform good conduct, spirit of...
Página 474 - Ponsonby is killed; and in announcing this intelligence to your Lordship, I have to add the expression of my grief, for the fate of an officer who had already rendered very brilliant and important services, and was an ornament to his profession.
Página 289 - Merida, the grounds over which the troops had to manoeuvre being a plain thinly scattered with oak and cork trees. My object, of course, was to place a body of troops so as to cut off the retreat of the enemy by these roads.
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Página 365 - Freneda, 18th December, 1811. ' I have the honor to enclose the copy of a letter which...
Página 295 - It would be particularly agreeable to me if some mark of the favour of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent were conferred upon General Hill ; his services have been always meritorious, and very distinguished in this country, and he is beloved by the whole army.
Página 447 - ... and formed on the ramparts of the place, each body contiguous to the other ; the enemy then submitted, having sustained a considerable loss in the contest.
Página 454 - ... they are daily acquiring for themselves by their gallantry and good conduct, that their misfortunes do not make so great an impression upon you.

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