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" Morgan; and, what is strange and difficult to account for, at the very moment when their entire discomfiture was looked for with a confidence approaching to certainty, the Kentucky reinforcements, in whom so much reliance had been placed, ingloriously... "
United Service Magazine and Naval Military Journal - Page 344
1840
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The Pride of Britannia Humbled: Or, The Queen of the Ocean Unqueen'd, "by ...

William Cobbett - 1815 - 228 pages
...confidence approaching to certainty, the • •• 0 — • • % f 168 Kentucky reinforcements, in whom so much reliance had been placed, ingloriously...the forces; and thus yielding to the enemy that most important position. The batteries which had rendered me, for many days, the most important service,...
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An Authentic History of the Second War for Independence ..., Volume 2

Samuel R. Brown - 1815 - 382 pages
...discomfiture was looked for with a confidence approaching to certainty, the Kentucky reinforcements, ingloriously fled, drawing after them, by their example,...the forces; and thus yielding to the enemy that most fortunate position. The batteries which had rendered me, for many days, the most Important service,...
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Cobbett's Political Register

political register - 1815 - 650 pages
...a certainty, the l Kentucky reinforcements, in whom so much reliance had been placed, inglorionsly fled, drawing after them, by their example, the remainder of the forces ; and thus yielded to the enemy that mo-it fortunate position. The batteries, which had rendered me for many days...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 27

1815 - 436 pages
...to a certainty, the Kentucky reinforcements, in whom so much reliance had been placed, ingloriouslv fled, drawing after them, by their example, the remainder of the forces ; and thus yielded to the enemy that most fortunate position. The batteries, which had rendered me for many days...
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Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana in 1814-15: With ...

Arsène Lacarrière Latour - 1816 - 490 pages
...discomfiture was looked for with a confidence approaching to certainty, the Kentucky re-enforcements, in whom so much reliance had been placed, ingloriously...the remainder of the forces; and thus yielding to th« enemy that most formidable position. The batteries which had rendered me, for many days, the most...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 4

Thomas H. Palmer - 1816 - 518 pages
...the very moment when their entire discomfiture was looked for with confidence, the Kentucky militia ingloriously fled, drawing after them, by their example, the remainder of the forces. Commodore Patterson, who commanded the batteries, was of course forced to abandon them, after spiking...
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An Impartial and Correct History of the War Between the United States of ...

Thomas O'Connor - 1816 - 338 pages
...attaek, it must have produeed his entire destruetion; but, unfortunately, the Kentueky reinforeements ingloriously fled, drawing after them, by their example, the remainder of the forees, and leaving the batteries to the «nemy; not, however, until after the guns were spiked. While...
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Collection of the Official Accounts, in Detail, of All the Battles Fought by ...

Heman Allen Fay - 1817 - 294 pages
...discomfiture was looked for, with a confidence approaching to certainty, the Kentucky reinforcements, in whom so much reliance had been placed, ingloriously...remainder of the forces, and thus yielding to the enemy the most fortunate position. — The batteries, Avhich had rendered me, for many days, the most important...
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The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ...

Thomas Wilson - 1817 - 344 pages
...attack, it must have produced his entire destruction ; but, unfortunately, the Kentucky reinforcements fled, drawing after them, by their example, the remainder of the forces, and leaving the 5atteries to the enemy .; not, however, until after the guns were spiked. W hile General...
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Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States ...

John Brannan - 1823 - 520 pages
...dis-* comfiture was looked for with a confidence approaching to certainty, the Kentucky reinforcements ingloriously fled, drawing after them, by their example,...forces ; and thus yielding to the enemy that most fortunate position. The batteries which had rendered me for many days, the most important service,...
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