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" ... me to assure your excellency that but one sentiment animated every breast, that of discharging to the utmost of their power their duty to their king and country : but one sentiment of regret and mortification prevailed, on being obliged to quit... "
The Military [afterw.] Royal military panorama or Officer's companion - Page 166
1813
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Annual Register, Volume 55

Edmund Burke - History - 1823
...the field, it is unnecessary in me to assure your excellency that but one sentiment animated every breast, that of discharging to the utmost of their...British soldiers had driven before them for three hours, through a country abounding in strong positions of defence, but not offering. a single spot...
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Some Account of the Public Life of the Late Lieutenant-General Sir George ...

Brenton, E. B - Canada - 1823 - 296 pages
...the field, it is unnecessary in me to assure your Excellency that but one sentiment animated every breast — that of discharging to the utmost of their...one sentiment of regret and mortification prevailed, in being obliged to quit a beaten enemy, whom a small band of British soldiers had driven before them...
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Some Account of the Public Life of the Late Lieutenant-General Sir George ...

Brenton, E. B - Canada History War of 1812 - 1823 - 296 pages
...their duty to their King and country ; but one sentiment of regret and mortification prevailed, in being obliged to quit a beaten enemy, whom a small...British soldiers had driven before them for three hours, through a country abounding in strong positions of defence, but not offering a single spot of...
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The Anglo-American Magazine, Volume 3

1853
...the field, it is unnecessary for me to assure your Excellency, that but one sentiment animated every breast, that of discharging to the utmost of their...quit a beaten enemy, whom a small band of British •oldiers had driven before them for three hours through a country abounding in strong positions of...
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The Anglo-American Magazine, Volume 3

1853
...to his assistance, and even one passaga of Col. Bayne's letter would go to establish the same fact " But one sentiment of regret and mortification prevailed,...obliged to quit a beaten enemy, whom a small band had driven before them for three hours." unavailing. Their block-house and stockaded battery could...
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A History of the War Between Great Britain and the United States of America ...

Gilbert Auchinleck - Canada History War of 1812 - 1855 - 408 pages
...the field, it is unnecessary for me to assure your Excelleney, that but one sentiment animated every breast, that of discharging to the utmost of their...prevailed, on being obliged to quit a beaten enemy, whom a email band of British soldiers had driven before them for three hours through a country abounding in...
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The History of Canada: Canada under British rule

William Kingsford - Canada - 1895
...The force advanced unopposed to within * Baynes' despatch reads as if a victory had been gained. " But one sentiment of regret and mortification prevailed,...British soldiers had driven before them for three hours, through a country abounding in strong positions of defence, but not offering a single spot of...
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The Documentary History of the Campaign Upon the Niagara Frontier ...: In ...

Lundy's Lane Historical Society, Welland, Ontario, Lundy's Lane Historical Society - Niagara Frontier (N.Y.) - 1902
...the field, it is unnecessary in me to assure Your Excellency that but one sentiment animated every breast, that of discharging to the utmost of their...sentiment of regret and mortification prevailed on 277 v being obliged to quit a beaten enemy, whom a small band of British soldiers had driven before...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 83, Part 2

Early English newspapers - 1813
...the field, it is unnecessary in me to assure your Excellency that but one sentiment animated every breast, that of discharging to the utmost of their...British soldiers had driven before them for three hours, through a country abounding in strong positions of defence, but not offering a single spot of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1813
...the h'eld, it is unnecessary in me to assure your Excellency that but one sentiment animated every breast, that of discharging to the utmost of their power their duty to thrir King and Country : but one sentiment of regret and m 'rtih'catioo prevailed, on being obliged...
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