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" This unfortunate route, had totally changed the aspect of affairs. The enemy now occupied a position from which they might annoy us without hazard, and by means of which they might have been enabled to defeat, in a great measure, the effects of our success... "
Chronological History of the West Indies - Página 578
por Thomas Southey - 1827
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An Authentic History of the Second War for Independence ..., Volumen2

Samuel R. Brown - 1815
...Important service, though bravely defended, were of course now abandoned ; not however, until the gunshad been spiked. This unfortunate route had totally changed...hazard, and by means of which they might have been enabled to defeat, in a great measure; the effects of our success os* tins side of the river. It became...
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The pride of britannia humbled

The american cock boats - 1815
...important position. The batteries which had rendered me, for many days, the most important service, though bravely defended, were of course now abandoned; not...however until the guns had been spiked. This unfortunate rout had totally changed the aspect of affairs. The enemy now occupied a position from which they might...
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Cobbett's Political Register

political register - 1815
...fortunate position. The batteries, which had rendered me for many days the most important service, though bravely defended, were of course now abandoned ; not however until the guns hid be«R spiked. This unfortunate route had totally changed the aspect of affairs. The enemy now occupied...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volumen27

1815
...fortunate position. The batteries, which had rendered me for many days the most important service, though bravely defended, were of course now abandoned ; not however until the guns bad be«H spiked. This unfortunate route bad totally ebanged the aspect of affairs. The enemy now occupied...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volumen4

Thomas H. Palmer - 1816
...been spiked. This unfortunate rout had totally changed the aspect of affairs. The enemy now^accupied a position from which they might annoy us without hazard, and by means of which they might have been enabled to defeat, in a great measure, the effects of our success on this side the river. It became...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volumen4

Thomas H. Palmer - 1816
...important position. The batteries which had rendered me, for many days, the most important service, though bravely defended, were of course now abandoned; not...however until the guns had been spiked. This unfortunate rout had totally changed the aspect of affairs. .The enemy now occupied a position from which they...
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Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15: With ...

Arsène Lacarrière Latour - 1816 - 264 páginas
...formidable position. The batteries which had rendered me, for many days, the most important service, though bravely defended, were, of course, now abandoned;...however until the guns had been spiked. This unfortunate rout had totally changed the aspect of affairs. The enemy now occupied a position from which they rnight...
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Collection of the Official Accounts, in Detail, of All the Battles Fought by ...

Heman Allen Fay - 1817 - 295 páginas
...position. — The batteries, Avhich had rendered me, for many days, the most important service, though bravely defended, were, of course, now abandoned ;...hazard, and by means of which they might have been enabled to defeat, in a great measure, the effects of our success on this side the river — it became,...
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A full and correct account of the military occurrences of the late ..., Volumen2

William James - 1818
...formidable position. The batteries which had rendered me, for many days, the most important service? though bravely defended, were, of course, now abandoned; not, however, until the guns hod been spiked. This unfortunate rout had totally changed the aspect of affairs. The enemy now occupied...
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Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States

John Brannan - 1823
...fortunate position. The batteries which had rendered me for many days, the most important service, though bravely defended, were of course now abandoned; not,...hazard, and by means of which, they might have been enabled to defeat, in a great measure, the effect of our success on this side the river. It became,...
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