Goldsmith's History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Death of George II, with a Continuation to the Present Time: Also a Dictionary Biographical, Historical, Etc. ...
Dramard-Baudry's European library, 1844 - 510 Seiten
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Seite 352 - Wolfe was stationed on the right, where the attack was most warm : as he stood conspicuous in the front line, he had been aimed at by the enemy's marksmen, and received a shot in the wrist, which, however, did not oblige him to quit the field. Having wrapped a handkerchief round his hand, he continued giving orders without the least emotion, and advanced at the head of the grenadiers with their bayonets fixed...