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" THE benefits derived to an army from the example of a distinguished commander do not terminate at his death. His virtues live in the recollection of his associates, and his fame remains the strongest incentive to great and glorious actions. In this view,... "
The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion - Page 8
1813
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 71

English literature - 1809
...General Anstruther, who died of a dysentery on the march. GENERAL ORDERS. The benefits derived to an army from the example of a distinguished Commander,...incentive to great and glorious actions. In this view, the Commander in Chief, amidst the deep and universal regret, which the death of Lieut.-General Sir John...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 79, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1809
...Sir John Moore has been paid by the Commander in Chief: GENERAL ORDERS. " The benefits derived to an Army from the example of a distinguished Commander...incentive to great and glorious actions. In this view, the Commander in Chief, amidst the deep and upiversal regret which the death of Lieutenant-general Sir...
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A narrative of the campaign of the British Army in Spain: commanded by His ...

James Carrick Moore - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1809 - 324 pages
...returned from Spain, the following address was promulgated. " GENERAL ORDERS. " THE benefits derived to an army from the example " of a distinguished Commander...to great and glorious actions. " In this view, the Commander in Chief, amidst the deep and unt" versal regret which the death of Lieutenant-General Sir...
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Letters from Portugal and Spain: comprising an account of the operations of ...

Adam Neale - History - 1809 - 464 pages
...tribute to the memory of our late Commander-inChief: GENERAL ORDERS. " The benefits derived to our army from the example of a distinguished Commander,...strongest incentive to great and glorious actions. CAMPAIGN IN STAIN. . 347 Moore has occasioned, recalls to the troops the military career of that illustrious...
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A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain

James Carrick Moore - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1809 - 388 pages
...GENERAL ORDERS. i " THE benefits derived to an army " from the example of a distinguished Com" mander do not terminate at his death ; his " virtues live in the recollection of his associ" ates, and his fame remains the strongest in" centive to great and glorious actions. t " In...
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Letters from Portugal and Spain: An Account of the Operations of the Armies ...

Adam Neale - 1809
...tribute to the memory of our late Commander- inChief: GENERAL ORDERS. " The benefits derived to our army from the example of a distinguished Commander, do not terminate at bis death ; his virtues live in the recollection of his associates, and his fame remains the strongest...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 30

1810
...Sir John Moore has been paid by the commander-inchief : GENERAL ORDERS. " The benefits derived to an army from the example of a distinguished commander...associates, and his fame remains the strongest incentive to (¿real and glorious actions. In thie view, the conunandcr-in-chief, amidst the deep and universal...
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The Royal military chronicle; or, The British officer's monthly ..., Volumes 1-5

1811
...Lieut.-colonel." .• ;. "GENERAL ORDERS. "The benefits derived to an -army from the example of a dis* tinguishcd commander do not terminate at his death ; his virtues...to great and glorious actions. " In this view, the commartder-in-chief, amidst the -deep and universal regret which the death of Lieutenant-general Sir...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2, Part 2

Europe - 1811
...Chronicle, though they fall beneath the dignity of hittory. GENERAL ORDERS. — "The benefits derived to our army from the example of a distinguished commander...his death : his virtues live in the recollection of hit associates, and his fame remains the strongest incentive to great and glorious actions. " In this...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2

Walter Scott - Europe - 1811
...though they fall beneath the dignity of history. GENERAL ORDERS. — " The benefits derived to our army from the example of a distinguished commander do not terminate at his death : hi* virtues live in the recollection of hie associates, and his fame remains the strongest incentive...
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