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" The court are anxious that it may be distinctly understood, that they attach no censure whatever, to the precautions taken to prevent unnecessary firing during the advance of the troops to the proposed points of attack, and do therefore acquit Lieu^ tenant-General... "
The Trial at Large of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke: Late Commander in Chief of the ... - Página 52
por John Whitelocke - 1808 - 671 páginas
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumen13

1808
...charge which relates " to the order that the columns should be " unloaded, and that no firing should be " permitted on any account." — The court are...attach no censure whatever to the precautions taken topreventnnnecessary firing during the advance of the troops to the proposed points of attack, and...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volumen70

1808
...second charge which relates to the orderthat the columns should be unloaded, and thst no firing should be permitted on any account. " The Court are anxious...unnecessary firing during the advance of the troops to to the proposed points of attack, and do therefore acquit Lieut-Gen. Wliitelocke of that part, of the...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen78,Parte1

1808
...which relates to the order that the columns should be unloaded, and that, .no"- .• firing should be permitted on any account. " The Court are anxious...proposed points of attack ; and do therefore acquit • Lieut. -gen. Whitelocke of that part of the. said charge. — The Court adjudge, That the sajtl...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., Volumen39

1808
...relates to the order that " tin- columns should be unloaded,, and that no firing should be permitted OH any account." , The court are anxious that it may...taken to prevent unnecessary firing during the advance ot'iln hoops to the proposed points of attack, and do therefore acquit lieutenant-general Whitelocke...
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly ..., Volumen3

Benjamin Flower - 1808
...relates to the order, that the musucts of the columns should be unloaded, and that no firing should be permitted on any account. The court are anxious that it may bo distinctly understood, that they attach no censure whatever to the precautions taken to prevent...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the ..., Volumen6

Archibald Duncan - 1809
...charge, which relates to the order, that " the columns should be unluaJed, end that no firing should be permitted on any account." " The court are anxious...attack, and do therefore acquit Lieutenant-General WhiteJocke of that part of the said charge. " The court adjudge, That the »aid Lieutenant-General...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1809
...relates to the order, that the muskets of the columns should be unloaded, and that no filing should be permitted on any account. The court are anxious...firing during the advance of the troops to the proposed poiius of attack, and do therefore acquit lieut.-gen.Whitclocke of that part of the said charge. The...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...any account." The court was " anxi. ui's (hat it might be distinctly un. derstood, that they attached no censure whatever to the precautions taken to prevent...the troops to the proposed points of attack ; and did- therefore acquit lieu, tenant-seneral VVhitelorkc against that part of the said charge. " Th«*...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...any account." The court was *' ;.-;i\ious that it might be distinctly understood, that they attached no censure whatever to the precautions taken to prevent...the troops to the proposed points of attack ; and did therefore acquit 1?eotenant-general Whitelocke against that part of the said charge." The court...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volumen1,Parte2

1810
...charge which relates to the order, that "the columns should be unloaded, and that no firing should be permitted on any account." The court are anxious...proposed points of attack, and do therefore acquit Lieu^ tenant-General Whitelocke of that part of the said charge. The court adjudge, that the said Lieutenant-General...
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