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" The essential points of these charges were as follows : "1. That Whitelocke had sent a message to the Spanish commander, demanding, among other things, 'the surrender of all persons holding civil offices in the government of Buenos Aires as prisoners... "
south america on the eve of emancipation - Página 297
por bernard moses, ph.d., ll.d. - 1908
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The Trial at Large of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke: Late Commander in Chief of the ...

John Whitelocke - 1808 - 671 páginas
...the landing of the troops at Ensenada, and during the march from thence to the town of Buenos Ayres, did not make the military arrangements best calculated...the success of his operations against the town, and that having known, previously to his attack upon the town of Buenos Ayres upon the 5th July 1 807,...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., Volumen39

1808
...during the march from thence to the town of Buenos Ay res, did not make the military arrangements b£Kt calculated to ensure the success of his operations against the town ; and that having known, previously to his attack upon the town of Buenos Ayrcs, upon the 5th of July 1807,...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volumen1,Parte1

1810
...accommodation, and to increase the difficulties of the service with which he was entrusted. 2dly, That he did not make the military arrangements best calculated...ensure the success of his operations against the town ; that, having known that the enemy meant to occupy the flat roofs of the houses, he nevertheless divided...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen1,Parte1

Walter Scott - 1810
...accommodation, andtoincrease the difficulties of the service with which he was entrusted. 2dly, That he did not make the military arrangements best calculated...ensure the success of his operations against the town ; that, having known that the enemy meant to occupy the flat roofs of the houses, he nevertheless divided...
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A Familiar History of the British Army, from the Earliest Restoration in ...

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - 1871 - 349 páginas
...the landing of the troops at Ensenada, and during the march from thence to the town of Buenos Ayres, did not make the Military arrangements best calculated...the success of his operations against the town ; and that, having known, previously to his attack upon the town of Buenos Ayres, upon the 5th July, 1807,...
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Spanish and Portuguese South America During the Colonial Period, Volumen2

Robert Grant Watson - 1884
...the landing of the troops at Ense&ada, and during the march from thence to the town of Buenos Ayres, did not make the military arrangements best calculated...the success of his operations against the town, and that having known, previously to his attack upon the town of Buenos Ayres upon the 5th July 1807, as...
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Spanish and Portuguese South America During the Colonial Period, Volumen2

Robert Grant Watson - 1884
...during the march from thence to the town of Buenos Ayres, did not make the military arrangements hest calculated to ensure the success of his operations against the town, and that having known, previously to his attack upon the town of Buenos Aifivs upon the 5th July 1807,...
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Spain's Declining Power in South America, 1730-1806

Bernard Moses - 1919 - 440 páginas
...tears that were shed, to be parting from their friends and relations, rather than from enemies. ' '26 Whitelocke returned to England, and was there tried..."3. That he 'did not make, although it was in his 28 Notes on the Viceroyalty of La Plata in South America, London, 1808, 104^106. power, any effectual...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...the landing of the troops at Kusenadn, and during the march from thence to the town of Buenos Ayres, did not make the military arrangements best calculated...the success of his operations against the town ; and that, having known, previously to his attack npon the town of Buenos Ayres, - upon the 5th July 1807,...
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Spain's Declining Power in South America, 1730-1806

Bernard Moses - 1965 - 440 páginas
...tears that were shed, to be parting from their friends and relations, rather than from enemies. ' >28 Whitelocke returned to England, and was there tried..."3. That he 'did not make, although it was in his 20 Notes on the Viceroyalty of La Plata in South America, London, 1808, 104-106. power, any effectual...
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