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" It was necessary to take in the royals, to haul up on a wind. The admiral made the signal to prepare for battle; and, that it was his intention to attack the enemy's van and centre as they lay at anchor, according to the plan previously developed. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - 第 67 頁
1799
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The European Magazine: And London Review, 第 34 卷

1798
...SwiftCure. The wind was it this time NNW ami blew what Teamen call a top-gallant breeze. It was necellaiy to take in the royals when we hauled upon a wind....the fignal to prepare for battle, and that it was hi» intention to attack the enemy 'k van and centre at they lay at anchor, ai:d ;iccording to the...
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The life of ... Horatio lord viscount Nelson

James Harrison (biographer of Nelson.) - 1806
...top-gallant breeze. It was necessary to take in the royals, to haul up on a wind. The admiral made the signal to prepare for battle ; and, that it was his intention...the enemy's van and centre as they lay at anchor, according to the plan previously developed. His idea, in this disposition of his force was, first,...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
...a-topgallant breeze ; it wis necessary to take in the royals to haul on 8 wind. The admiral made ithe signal to ^prepare for battle, and that it was his intention to attack the enemy's van and centre as they lay'at anchor. His idea, in this distribution: of hi* forcev wa» first to secure the victory,- and...
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The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ..., 第 1 卷

Hewson Clarke - 1816 - 478 頁
...top-gallant breeze. It was necessary to take in the royals to hanl up on a wind. The admiral made the signal to prepare for battle, and that it was his intention...the enemy's van and centre as they lay at anchor, according to the plan previously developed. His idea in this disposition of his force, was first to...
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The life of Horatio lord viscount Nelson

1838
...top-gallant breeze. It was necessary to take in the royals to haul up on a wind. The admiral made the signal to prepare for battle ; and that it was his intention...attack the enemy's van and centre as they lay at anchor according to the plan previously developed. His idea, in this disposition of his force was, first,...
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Lives of the British admirals, and naval history of Great Britain, chiefly ...

1841
...and the day was far spent, yet the admiral made the signal for battle, and signified at the same time that it was his intention to attack the enemy's van and centre as it lay at anchor, according to a plan already communicated by him to the respective captains. The British...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes by ..., 第 3 卷

sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1845
...Swiftsure. The wind was at this time NNW, and blew what seamen call a top-gallant breeze. It was necessary to take in the royals when we hauled upon a wind. The Admiral made the signal to prepare for battle, and that it was his intention to attack the Enemy's van and centre, as...
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Eminent Sailors: A Series of Biographies of Great Naval Commanders ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1882 - 333 頁
...top-gallant breeze. It was necessary to take in the royals, to haul up on a wind. The Admiral made the signal to prepare for battle, and that it was his intention...the enemy's van and centre as they lay at anchor, according to a plan previously developed, the nature of which will presently be apparent. In disposing...
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Nelson

John Knox Laughton - 1895 - 240 頁
...approximately in the line of the wind; and as Nelson drew near enough to understand the position, he signalled that it was his intention to attack the enemy's van and centre. It was then nearly five o'clock. He had previously VI RELATIVE FORCE OF THE TWO FLEETS 109 made the...
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Nelson

John Knox Laughton - 1900 - 240 頁
...approximately in the line of the wind ; and as Nelson drew near enough to understand the position, he signalled that it was his intention to attack the enemy's van and centre. It was then nearly five o'clock He had previously made the signal to prepare to anchor by the stern...
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