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" Arthur [his son] by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent their firing, and we drove the enemy without a halt from one extremity of the camp to the other, capturing thirty or forty guns as we went along, which fired... "
The victories of the Sutlej, a prize poem. Together with The sailor's ... - 81. oldal
szerző: Henry F. Brooks - 1848
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The War in India: Despatches of Visct. Hardinge, Lord Gough, Sir Harry Smith ...

Henry Hardinge Hardinge - 1846 - 193 oldal
...Gough was on the right. I placed myself, and dear little Arthur [his son] by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent...twenty paces from us, and were served obstinately. The brave men drew up in an excellent line, and cheered Gough and myself as we rode up the line, the regimental...

The War in India: Despatches of ...

1846 - 193 oldal
...Gough was on the right. I placed myself, and dear little Arthur [his son] by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent...drove the enemy, without a halt, from one extremity of N the camp to the other, capturing thirty or forty guns as we went along, which fired at twenty paces...

The War in India: Despatches of Lt.-Gen. Viscount Hardinge, Governor-general ...

Henry Hardinge Hardinge (Viscount) - 1846 - 151 oldal
...Gougli was on the right. I placed myself, and dear little Arthur [his son] by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent...drove the enemy, without a halt, from one extremity of N tbe camp to the other, capturing thirty or forty gims as we went along, which fired at twenty paces...

Calcutta Review, 8. kötet

1847
...Cough was ou the right. I placed myself, and dear little Arthur [his sou] by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent...twenty paces from us, and were served obstinately. The brave men drew up in an excellent line, and cheered Gough and myself as we rode up the line, the regimental...

Essays, Military and Political, Written in India

Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence - 1859 - 483 oldal
...Qough was on the right. I placed myself, and dear little Arthur (his son) by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent...twenty paces from us, and were served obstinately. The brave men drew up in an excellent line, and cheered Gough and myself as we rode up the line, the regimental...

Medals of the British Army: And how They Were Won

Thomas Carter - 1861 - 192 oldal
...Arthur by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent their tiring, and we drove the enemy without a halt from one extremity of their camp to the other, capturing thirty or forty guns as we went along, which fired at twenty paces...

Our soldiers; or, Anecdotes of the ... British army during the reign of ...

William Henry G. Kingston - 1863
...English style. Gough was on the right. I placed myself, and dear little Arthur by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent...twenty paces from us, and were served obstinately. The brave men drew up in an excellent line, and cheered Gough and myself as we rode up the line, the regimental...

Official catalogue of the British section

Philadelphia internat. exhib, 1876 - 1876
...the field ; in this the gallant old General (Lord Gough) entirely coincided with me. In the morning we drove the enemy without a halt, from one extremity of the camp to the other, capturing 30 or 40 guns. The men drew up afterwards in excellent line, the regimental colours lowering to nie...

Shadows of the past, ed. [on rather written] by J.S. Lloyd

Jessie Sale Lloyd - 1882
...English style. Gough was on the right. I placed myself, and dear little Arthur by my side, in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men to prevent their firing ; and we drove down the enemy without a halt from one extremity of their camp to the other, capturing thirty or forty...

Illustrated Naval and Military Magazine: A Monthly Journal Devoted ..., 8. kötet

1888
...dear little Arthur by my side in the centre, about thirty yards in front of the men, to prevent them firing, and we drove the enemy without a halt from...twenty paces from us and were served obstinately. The men drew up in an excellent line, and cheered Gough and myself as we rode up the line, the regimental...




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