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" ... stain upon the Spanish American Revolution. The engagement is scarcely ended, when an indiscriminate massacre of the prisoners takes place ; nor is the slaughter only confined to the captives, the field also undergoes an inspection, when the helpless... "
Narrative of the Expedition which Sailed from England in 1817, to Join the ... - Página 52
por James Hackett - 1818 - 144 páginas
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen89,Parte1;Volumen125

1819
...which immediately succeed those sanguinary struggles are suck as must cast an indelible stain upon (he Spanish American Revolution. "The engagement is scarcely...helpless wounded are in like manner put to the sword." Disease is still more fatal than all tbe other causes together to Europeans in this service and climate....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen89,Parte1;Volumen125

1819
...cast an indelible itaiu upon the Spanish American Revolution. " The engagement is scarcely ended wb*n an indiscriminate massacre of the prisoners takes...inspection, when the helpless wounded are in like manner pot to the sword." Disease is still more fatal than all the other causes together to Europeans in this...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for ..., Volumen89,Parte1

1819
...struggles are • ucb as roust cast an indelible stain upon ib* Spanish Anvriciin Revolution. "Tbe engagement is scarcely ended when an indiscriminate...captives, the Field also undergoes an inspection, uhen tbe helpless wounded are in like manner put to the sword." D'nease is still more fatal (ban all...
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Journal of an Expedition 1400 Miles Up the Orinoco and 300 Up the Arauca ...

J. H. Robinson (surgeon.) - 1822 - 397 páginas
...only witnesses of, but participators in, acts of the most revolting and indiscriminate brutality. — Unhappily the work of death terminates not with the...helpless wounded are in like manner put to the sword. It is a melancholy truth, that the sanguinary and ferocious character of the warfare, which has reflected...
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