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" ... barefooted and in rags, provided •with such splendid uniforms as we had been obliged to procure ; and ridiculed the strange contrast which our dresses and those of the Patriots would exhibit in the field ; observing, that such clothes would be alone... "
Narrative of the Expedition which Sailed from England in 1817, to Join the ... - Página 50
por James Hackett - 1818 - 144 páginas
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The Eclectic Review, Volumen10;Volumen28

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1818
...strongest language on the impolicy and imprudence of proceeding to serve in conjunction with an aimy barefooted and in rags, provided •with such splendid...natives, to whose eagerness for their possession, we should almost inevitably become a sacrifice.' pp. 53 — 54% The Patriots, it is stated on apparently...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volumen13

1819
...proceeding to serve in conjunction with an army barefooted and in rags, provided with such splended uniforms as we had been obliged to procure; and ridiculed...natives, to whose eagerness for their possession, we should almost inevitably become a sacrifice.' pp. 53 — 54The Patriots, it is stated on apparently...
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Journal of an Expedition 1400 Miles Up the Orinoco and 300 Up the Arauca ...

J ..... H ..... Robinson - 1822 - 397 páginas
...frequently the dress of the officers ; and one of them who witnessed the fact, assured me that such was actually the uniform of a British Colonel (R .) who...natives, to whose eagerness for their possession, we should almost inevitably become a sacrifice.— The Independent armies march in hordes, without order...
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The Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography, Analytical ...

1819
...proceeding to serve in conjunction with an army barefooted and in rags, provided with such splended uniforms as we had been obliged to procure; and ridiculed...sufficient to excite the jealousy of the natives, to \vhose eagerness for their possession, we should almost inevitably become a sacrifice.' pp. 53 —...
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