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" The battle lasted six hours long, hot and furious ; for now there was no excuse for retreat on the part of the Spaniards, but, on the contrary, it was the intention of the CaptainGeneral to return to his station off Calais, if it were within his power.... "
History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the Silent to ... - Página 497
por John Lothrop Motley - 1861
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen2

John Lothrop Motley - 1861
...my pieces, I was not out of shot of their harquebus, and most time within speech, one of another." 8 The battle lasted six hours long, hot and furious...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed.4 On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen2

John Lothrop Motley - 1867
...my pieces, I was not out of shot of their harquebus, and most time within speech, one of another." 3 The battle lasted six hours long, hot and furious...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed.4 On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen2

John Lothrop Motley - 1888
...my pieces, I was not out of shot of their harquebus, and most time within speech, one of another." 3 The battle lasted six hours long, hot and furious...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed.4 On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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Manual of Elocution: Embracing the Philosophy of Vocalization...

C. P. Bronson - 1873 - 330 páginas
...galliasses and by the great galleons of Portugal. The battle lasted six hours long, hot and furious. Keeping within musketrange, the well-disciplined English...Throughout the action not an English ship was destroyed, not a hundred men were killed. On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen2

John Lothrop Motley - 1874
...CaptainGeneral to return to his station off Calais, if it were within his power. Nevertheless the English stDl partially maintained the tactics which had proved...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed.4 On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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Historical scenes, selected from the works of standard authors, by E. Spooner

Elizabeth Spooner - 1876 - 218 páginas
...Captain-General to return to his station off Calais, if it were within his power. Nevertheless, the English still maintained the tactics which had proved so successful,...action not an English ship was destroyed, and not an hundred men were killed. On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through...
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Readings from English History: From Cressy to Cromwell

John Richard Green - 1879
...but, on the contrary, it was the intention of the CaptainGeneral to return to his station off Calais,1 if it were within his power. Nevertheless the English...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed. On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the Silent to ...

John Lothrop Motley - 1879
...Calais, if it were within his power. Nevertheless the English still partially maintained the tacties which had proved so successful, and resolutely refused...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed.4 On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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Readings from English History, Volúmenes1-3

John Richard Green - 1879
...Keeping within musket-range, the well-disciplined English mariners poured broadside after brcradside against the towering ships of the Armada, which afforded...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed. On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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Pictures from English History: By the Great Historical Artists

Coleman E. Bishop - 1883 - 350 páginas
...to his station off Calais — from which he had been driven the day before by English fire-ships — if it were within his power. Nevertheless the English...English ship was destroyed, and not a hundred men were killed. On the other hand, all the best ships of the Spaniards were riddled through and through, and...
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