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7. oldal - ... at a salient pinnacle, where their right rested, and whence the descent to the plain was more gradual. The front was about two miles in extent. " Across the mouth of this great opening is a lower ridge, at different heights, varying from 60 to 150 feet, parallel to the river, and at distances from it of from 600 to 800 yards.
32. oldal - Enniskilleners pierced through the dark masses of Russians. The shock was but for a moment. There was a clash of steel and a light play of sword-blades in the air, and then the Greys and the Red-coats disappear in the midst of the shaken and quivering columns.
31. oldal - The farthest of the three they did not retain, but the immediate abandonment of the others, enabled them to take possession of the guns in them, amounting in the whole to seven. Those in the three lesser forts were spiked by the one English artilleryman who was in each. The Russian cavalry at once advanced, supported by artillery, in very great strength.
32. oldal - Russians, which had been smashed utterly by our charge, and had fled off at one flank and towards the centre, were coming back to swallow up our handful of men. By sheer steel and sheer courage Enniskillener and Scot were winning their desperate way right through the enemy's squadrons, and already grey horses and...
33. oldal - ... cavalry in its rear ; but there his troops were assailed by artillery and infantry, as well as cavalry, and necessarily retired, after having committed much havoc upon the enemy. They effected this movement without haste or confusion ; but the loss they have sustained has, I deeply lament, been very severe in officers, men, and horses, only counterbalanced by the brilliancy of the attack, and the gallantry, order, and discipline which distinguished it...
12. oldal - I do not go beyond the truth in declaring that they merit the highest commendation. " In the ardour of attack they forgot all they had endured, and displayed that high courage, that gallant spirit, for which the British soldier is ever distinguished, and under the heaviest fire, they maintained the same determination to conquer as they had exhibited before they went into action.
32. oldal - Royals, the 4th Dragoon Guards, and the 5th Dragoon Guards rushed at the remnants of the first line of the enemy, went through it as though it were made of pasteboard, and, dashing on the second body of Russians, as they were still disordered by the terrible assault of the Greys and their companions, put them to utter rout.
32. oldal - Guards, rushed at the remnants of the first line of the enemy, went through it as though it were made of paste-board, and dashing on the second body of Russians as they were still disordered by the terrible assault of the Greys and their companions, put them to utter rout. This Russian horse in less than five minutes after it met our dragoons was flying with all its speed before a force certainly not half its strength.
11. oldal - The conduct of the troops has been admirable. When it is considered that they have suffered severely from sickness during the last two months ; that, since they landed in the Crimea, they have been exposed to the extremes of wet, cold, and heat ; that the daily toil to provide themselves with water has been excessive...