Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain: From the Year 1727, to the Present Time ...

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J. Strachan ..., and P. Hill, Edinburgh, 1790
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362 페이지 - Sir, that the small part of the campaign, which remains, shall be employed (as far as I am able) for the honour of his Majesty, and the interest of the nation, in which I am sure of being well seconded by the admiral, and by the generals.
246 페이지 - ... found, which, partly from the fpecie, and partly from the manner of its being made up, was concluded to be pay for the troops, and therefore detained, together with the corporal and pioneer, and all the little implements of war they had with them.
225 페이지 - Guinea should be joined by a sloop and two busses, and make an attempt upon the French settlement in the river Senegal. These ships, however, were detained by contrary winds until the season was too far advanced to admit a probability of success, and therefore the design was postponed. In the beginning of the present year, Mr.
59 페이지 - Intrepid'* place. I found the enemy edged away conftantly, and as they went three feet to our one, they would never permit our...
6 페이지 - Nation soever, not to transport or carry any Soldiers, Arms, Powder, Ammunition, or other contraband Goods, to any of the Territories, Lands, Plantations, or Countries of the...
376 페이지 - I neglected this occasion of acknowledging how much we are indebted for our success to the constant assistance and support received from them, and the perfect harmony and correspondence, which has prevailed throughout all our operations, in the uncommon difficulties which the nature of this country, in particular, presents to military operations of a great extent, and which no army can...
357 페이지 - Quebec; that five battalions of regular troops, completed from the best of the inhabitants of the country, some of the troops of the colony, and every Canadian that was able to bear arms, besides several nations of savages, had taken the field in a very advantageous situation; I could not flatter myself, that I should be able to reduce the place. I...
207 페이지 - Poleagers for me, I will not do it; and I renounce (as I informed you a month ago I would do) meddling directly or indirectly with any thing whatever that may have relation to your administration, whether civil or military. For I had rather go and command the...
87 페이지 - ... either the meaning of the law, or the nature of his offence, they bring him under an article of war, which- according to their own...
72 페이지 - The garrison were allowed to march out with all the honours of war ; and at the request of General Bellecombe the regiment of Pondicherry was allowed to retain its colours.

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