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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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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen1,Parte1

Walter Scott - 1810
...columns should be unloaded. The Court, being anxious to have it distinctly understood, that they attached no censure whatever to the precautions taken to prevent...advance of the troops to the proposed points of attack, acquitted him of that part of the charge ; and -sentenced him, upon the rest, to be cashiered, and...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1810
...columns should be unloaded. The Court, being anxious to have it distinctly understood, that they attached no censure whatever to the precautions taken to ....advance of the troops to the proposed points of attack, acquitted him of that part of the charge ; and sentenced him, upon the rest, to be cashiered, and declared...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen1,Parte1

Walter Scott - 1810
...columns should be unloaded. The Court, being anxious to have it distinctly understood, that they attached no censure whatever to the precautions taken to prevent...advance of the troops to the proposed points of attack, acquitted him of that part of the charge ; and sentenced him, upon the rest, to be cashiered, and declared...
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The practice of courts-martial, also the legal exposition and military ...

William Hough - 1825
...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...distinctly understood, that they attach no censure, to the precautions to prevent unnecessary firing during the advance of the troops, to th« proposed...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen29

1808
...relates to the order, that the muskets of 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 tie laid lievt.gen....
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A Familiar History of the British Army, from the Earliest Restoration in ...

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - 1871 - 349 páginas
...permitted on any account. The Court was " anxious that it might be distinctly understood that they attached no censure whatever to the precautions taken to prevent...of the troops to the proposed points of attack, and did therefore acquit Lieutenant-General Whitelocke of that part of the said charge." The Court adjudged...
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Spanish and Portuguese South America During the Colonial Period, Volumen2

Robert Grant Watson - 1884
...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 Licutenant-General Whitelocke of that part of the said charge. The court adjudge that the said Lieutcnant-General...
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History of the 45th: 1st Nottinghamshire Regiment (Sherwood Foresters)

Philip Hugh Dalbiac - 1902 - 255 páginas
...the General was acquitted at the subsequent court-martial. " The court was anxious that it might be understood that they attach no censure whatever to...of the troops to the proposed points of attack, and did, therefore, acquit Lieut.-General Whitelock of the said charge." With such a hopeless scheme, what...
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History of the 45th: 1st Nottinghamshire Regiment (Sherwood Foresters)

Philip Hugh Dalbiac - 1902 - 255 páginas
...the General was acquitted at the subsequent court-martial. " The court was anxious that it might be understood that they attach no censure whatever to...of the troops to the proposed points of attack, and did, therefore, acquit Lieut. -General Whitelock of the said charge." With such a hopeless scheme,...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...any account." Tlw court w;is ^' anxious (liât 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 líentenant-general Whitelocke against that part of the said charge." Tire court...
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