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" Cochrane communicated to me by telegraph, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore and might be destroyed. I immediately made the signal for the fleet to unmoor and weigh, intending to proceed with it to effect their destruction. "
The Pictorial History of England During the Reign of George the Third: 1802-1820 - Seite 411
von George Lillie Craik - 1844
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The Monthly magazine, Band 27

1809
...•voided taking 6re. At daylight the following morning, Lord Cochrane communicated to me by telegraph, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed. I immediately made the signal for the fleet to unmoor and weigh, intending to pro«ced with it to effect...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the Spanish ...

Archibald Duncan - 1809
...which had taken place, in the operations of the fleel, subsequently to the display 'of his signal, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed. The result of this was, that Lord Gambler solicited, •nd obtained a Court Martial ; but in consequence...
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany) [afterw ...

Benjamin Flower - 1809
...avoided taking are» At daylight the following morning, Lord Cochrane communicated to ma by telegraph, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed. I immediately made the signal for the fleet . to unmoor and weigh, intending to proceed with it to...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 79,Teil 1

1809
...avoided taking fire. At daylight the following morning, Lord Cochr.ine communicated to me by telegraph, that seven of the Enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed. I immediately made the signal for the fleet to unmoor and wigh, intending to proceed with it to effect...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Band 71

1809
...avoided taking fire. At daylight the following morning, Lord Cochrane communicated to me by telegraph, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed. I immediately made the signal for the fleet tu unmoor and weigh, infendjng to proceed with it to effect...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics ..., Band 30

1810
...avoided taking fire. At daylight the following morning, lord Cochrane communicated to me by telegraph, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed. I immediately made the signal for the fleet to unmoor and weigh, intending to proceed with it to effect...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 2,Teil 2

1811
...Lord Cochrane. At day-light on the morning of the 12th inst. his lordship communicated by telegraph that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed ; upon which the fleet got under weigh, but the enemy had succeeded in getting all but five of the...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Band 51

Edmund Burke - 1811
...anchorage.* At daylight the following day lord Cochrane communicated to admiral lord Gambier by telegraph, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed. The adiuiral immediately made the signal for the fleet to unmoor and weigh, intending to proceed with...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1811
...practicable to get them off, and secure them up the river. A quarter before six Lord Cochrane made signal that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore and might be destroyed ; — presently, as he distinguished more clearly, he discovered that they were all ashore except two,...
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An impartial history of the naval, military and political events in Europe ...

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...practicable to get them off, and secure them up the river. A quarter before six, lord Cochrane made signal that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed : presently, as he distinguished more clearly, he discovered that they were all ashore except two,...
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