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" ... both flanks : but on reconnoitring their position, and not being prepared to occupy it after it should be carried, prudence required that the troops who had behaved so bravely, and who were still willing to attempt any thing, however arduous, should... "
The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion - Page 511
1813
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1801
...thing however Arduous, should not be exposed to a certain Joss, when K k 4 the 504 GENERAL HUTCHINSOU. the extent of the advantage could not be ascertained....sea, and their left to. the canal of Alexandria and lake Mariptis, about a league from the town of Alexandria."* On the 18th of March the. castle of Aboukir...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1802
...still willing to attempt any thing, however arduous, should not be exposed to a certain loss, when the extent of the advantage could not be ascertained....their left to the canal of Alexandria and the lake Mareotis, about a league from the town of Alexandria. I have the greatest satisfaction in saying, that...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1802
...still willing to attempt any thing, however arduous, should not be exposed to a certain loss, when the extent of the advantage could not be ascertained....position with their right to the sea, and their left to t be canal of Alexandria and the Jake Mareotis, about a league from the town of Alexandria. I have...
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Public Characters, Volume 4

Alexander Stephens - Biography - 1804
...still willing to attempt any thing however arduous, should not be. exposed to a certain loss, when the extent of the advantage could not be ascertained....sea, and their left to the canal of Alexandria and lake Mariotis, about a league from the town of Alexandria."* On the J8th of March the castle of Aboukir...
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History of the British Expedition to Egypt; to which is Subjoined ..., Volume 1

Robert Thomas Wilson - Egypt History, Modern - 1803 - 387 pages
...still willing to attempt any thing, however arduous, should not be exposed to a certain loss, when the extent of the advantage could not be ascertained....sea, and their left to the canal of Alexandria and Lake Mareotis, about a league from the town of Alexandria. I have the greatest satisfaction in saying,...
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The revolutionary Plutarch: exhibiting the most distinguished characters in ...

Stewarton - 1805
...with great difficulty and deStruction; the troops were therefore ordered to • withdraw, and encamp with their right to the sea, and their left to the canal of Alexandria, and to be content with the advantages they had acquired. The' soldiers were halted, while Sir Ralph Abercromby...
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History of the Wars Occasioned by the French Revolution, from the ..., Volume 1

C. H. Gifford - Europe - 1817
...accordinglywithdrawn ; and, in the evening the army took up the ground from which the enemy had been driven, occupying a position with their right to the sea, and their left to the canal of Alexandria and Lake Mariotis, at the distance of about a league from that town ; a situation of great advantage, as...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1836
...still willing to attempt any thing, however arduous, should not be exposed to a certain loss, when the extent of the advantage could not be ascertained....sea, and their left to the canal of Alexandria and lake Mariotis, about a league from the town of Alexandria. Our communication with the fleet is at present...
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A Series of Original Portraits and Caricature Etchings, Volume 1, Part 1

John Kay - Caricature - 1838 - 430 pages
...of the fort, proved unsuccessful. The British took up the position formerly occupied by the enemy, with their right to the sea, and their left to the canal of Alexandria, thus cutting off all communication with the city. On the 18th the garrison of Aboukir surrendered....
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The Great Battles of the British Army

Charles Mac Farlane - 1853
...arduous, should not be exposed to a certain when the extent of the advantage could not be ascertained." position with their right to the sea, and their left to the canal of Alexandria and Lake Marceotis ; — a situation which cut off all communication with the city of Alexandria, except...
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