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" I knew, from better authority, to be founded in fact), and reflecting of how little advantage would be the possession of a country, the inhabitants of which were so absolutely hostile... "
The Trial at Large of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke: Late Commander in Chief of the ... - Página 9
por John Whitelocke - 1808 - 671 páginas
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Mr. Redhead Yorke's weekly political review, Volumen3

1807
...on the town, and withdrew his majesty's forces from the river Plata, intimating, at the same time, from the exasperated state of the populace, he could...(which I knew from better authority to be founded in ilict) and reflecting of how little advantage would be the possession of a country, the inhabitants...
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Trial of Lieutenant General John Whitelocke, Commander in Chief of the ...

John Whitelocke - 1808 - 226 páginas
...on the town, and -withdrew his Majesty's forces from the river 1'iata, intimating, at the same time, from the exasperated state of the populace, he could, not answer .for the safety of the prisoners, if 1 persisted in offensive measures. Influenced by this consideration, (which I knew, from better authority,...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...brigadiergeneral Beresford, on the condition of his desisting from any further attack on the town, and withdrawing his majesty's forces from the river Plata ; intimating,...populace, he could not answer for the safety of the prison, ers if he'persisted in offensive ope. rations. Goneral Whitelocke, influenced by this consideration...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...from any further attack on the town, and withdraw, ing his majesty's forces from the river llata ; intimating, at the same time, that, from the exasperated...populace, he could not answer for the safety of the prison, ers if he persisted in offensive ope. rations. General WhUelockr. influenced by this consideration...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1809
...attack on the town, and withdraw, ing his majesty's forces from th« riycr Plata; intimating, at fhe same time, that, from the exasperated state of the...could not answer for the safety of the prisoners if he persisted in offensive operations. General Whitelocke, influenced by this consideration (which,...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the ..., Volumen6

Archibald Duncan - 1809
...the exasperated sUte of the populace, he coulrl not answer for the safety of the prisoners, if 1 1 persisted in offensive measures. Influenced by this . consideration, (which I knew from belter authority to be^. founded in fact.) and reflecting how little advantage would be the possession...
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The History of the Reign of George III.: To which is Prefixed, A ..., Volumen6

Robert Bisset - 1820
...to reconquer that almost impregnable fortress. Liniers enforced his proposal by intimating that, in the exasperated state of the populace he could not answer for the safety of his prisoners if hostile operations were continued. To CHAP. To the utter astonishment of the cabildo,...
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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Year MDCCLXXXIII to MDCCCXXII.

Edward Pelham Brenton - 1825
...the town, and withdrew his Majesty's forces from the river of La Plata, intimating at the same time, from the exasperated state of the populace, he could...prisoners, if I persisted in offensive measures." These were the considerations which induced General Whitelocke to accept of the proposals made to him...
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The history of England, during the reign of George iii, Volumen3

William Jones - 1825
...attack, and withdraw the British armament from La Plata ; intimating, that such was the exasperation of the populace, he could not answer for the safety of the prisoners if offensive operations were persisted in. General Whitelocke, influenced, as he said, by this consideration,...
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The Naval Gazetteer, Biographer, and Chronologist: Containing a History of ...

John William Norie - 1827 - 586 páginas
...on condition of the British army being withdrawn from the river Plate, intimating at the same time, from the exasperated state of the populace, he could not answer for the safety of the prisoners, if offensive measures were persisted in. Accordingly, a treaty was entered into, by which Buenos Ajree...
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