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" Stewart, should attack in front. — Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but which was carried without very considerable loss. Much of the day had elapsed before the attack could be commenced,... "
The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion - Page 292
1814
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 56

Edmund Burke - 1815 - 858 pages
...General Sir W. Stewart, should attack in front. — Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...attack could be commenced, and the action lasted till alter dark, the enemy having made repeated attempts to regain the position, particularly in two attacks,...
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 84, Part 1; Volume 115

1814 - 786 pages
...division, under Sir W. Stewart, should attack in front. Those troops made a most gallant attack upon, the Enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...regain the position, particularly in two attacks, which wer* most gallantly received and repulsed by the 39th regiment, under the command of the Hon. Col....
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Annual Register, Volume 56

Edmund Burke - 1815 - 1026 pages
...General Sir W. Stewart, should attack in front. — Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...attacks, which were most gallantly received and repulsed by 'the 39th regiment, under the command of the Honourable Colonel O'Callaghan, in Major General Pringle's...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1815 - 822 pages
...General Sir \V. Stewart, should attack in front. — Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...commenced, and the action lasted till after dark, the спешу having made repeated attempts toregainthe position, particularly in two attacks, whirh were...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volume 7

1816 - 890 pages
...Lieutenant-General Sir W. Stewart, should attack in front. — Those troops made a roost gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...attacks, which were most gallantly received and repulsed by the 39th regiment, under the command of the Honourable Colonel O'Callaghan, in Major-General Pringle's...
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The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During ..., Volume 11

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1838 - 806 pages
...General Sir William Stewart, should attack in front. Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong- but...attacks, which were most gallantly received and repulsed by the 39th regiment, under the command of the Hon. Colonel O'Callaghan, in Major General Pringle's...
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The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: Peninsula and France ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1838 - 692 pages
...General Sir William Stewart, should attack in front. Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...attacks, which were most gallantly received and repulsed by the 39th regiment, under the command of the Hon. Colonel O'Callaghan, in Major General Pringle's...
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The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K.G.: Peninsula and ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1838 - 696 pages
...General Sir William Stewart, should attack in front. Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...attacks, which were most gallantly received and repulsed by the 39th regiment, under the command of the Hon. Colonel O'Callaghan, in Major General Pringle's...
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United Service Magazine and Naval Military Journal, Volume 33

1840 - 600 pages
...of Lord Wellington, who was himself present. "The enemy," in the words of his Lordship's despatch, " made repeated attempts to regain the position, particularly in two attacks, which were most gallantly repulsed by the 39th Regiment, under the command of the Hon. Colonel O'Callaghan."* Promoted to the...
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Peninsular Sketches: By Actors on the Scene, Volume 2

William Hamilton Maxwell - 1845 - 436 pages
...should attack in front;" — his Grace proceeds, "Those troops made a most gallant attack upon the enemy's position, which was remarkably strong, but...attacks, which were most gallantly received, and repulsed by the 39th, under the command of the Honourable Colonel O'Callaghan, in Major- General Pringle's brigade....
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