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The American Mariners: Or, The Atlantic Voyage. A Moral Poem ... Prefixed is ... - 第 356 頁
1822 - 384 頁
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 第 56 卷

Edmund Burke - 1815
...prosecution of the service was become impracticable, I did not hesitate to arrest the course of the troop* advancing to the attack, because the most complete...the enemy's works offered no advantage to compensate lor the loss we must have sustained in, acquiring possession of them. 1 have ordered the batteries...
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The Monthly Magazine, 第 38 卷

1814
...the future prosecution of the service was impracticable, I did not hesitate to arrest •lie progress of the troops advancing to the attack, because the most complete success lines, kilted; 1 officer, 16 seamen and marines, wounded. Finch — 2 seamen and ma> rines, wonnded....
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1814
...without which the further prosecution of the service was become impracticable; I did not hesitate lo arrest the course of the troops advancing to the attack,...because the most complete success would have been unavniling, and the possession of the Enemy's works offered no advantage to compensate for the loss...
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Annual Register, 第 56 卷

Edmund Burke - 1815
...without which the further prosecur tion of the service was become impracticable, I did not hestiute to arrest the course of the troops advancing to the...must have sustained in acquiring possession of them. 1 have ordered the batteries to be dismantled, the guns withdrawn, and the baggage, with the wounded...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, 第 56 卷

Edmund Burke - 1815
...service was become impracticable, I did not hesitate to arrest the course of the troop» advancing to ihe attack, because the most complete success would have...in acquiring possession of them. I have ordered the butteries to be dismantled, the guns withdrawn, and the baggage, with tlie wounded men who can be removed,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, 第 7 卷

Walter Scott - 1816
...of the fleet, without which the further prosecution of the service was become impracticable, I did not hesitate to arrest the course of the troops advancing...most complete success would have been unavailing, and t he possession of the enemy's works offered no advantage to compensate for the loss we must have sustained...
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A full and correct account of the military occurrences of the late ..., 第 2 卷

William James - 1818
...of the fleet, without which the further prosecution of the service was become impracticable, I did not hesitate to arrest the course of the troops advancing...offered no advantage to compensate for the loss we must hare sustained in acquiring possession of them. I have ordered the batteries to be dismantled, the...
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The Quarterly Review VOL.XXVII April&July

The Quarterly Review VOL.XXVII April&July - 1822
...in them, were undoubtedly written at Montreal, he stated that, after the surrender of the fleet, * the possession of the enemy's works offered no advantage to compensate for the loss that must have been sustained in acquiring possession of them.' He knew, at the moment he wrote this...
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The Quarterly Review, 第 27 卷

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1822
...in them, were undoubtedly written at Montreal, he stated that, after the surrender of the fleet, ' the possession of the enemy's works offered no advantage to compensate for the loss that must have been sustained in acquiring possession of them.' He knew, at the moment he wrote this...
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The naval gazetteer, biographer, and chronologist; containing a history of ...

John William Norie - 1827
...of the fleet, without which the further prosecution of the service was become impracticable, I did not hesitate to arrest the course of the troops advancing...the attack, because the most complete success would nave been unavailing, and the possession of the enemy's works offered no advantage to compensate for...
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