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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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Lives of the British Admirals: Containing Also a New and Accurate ..., Band 8

John Campbell, John Berkenhout, Henry Redhead Yorke, William Stevenson - 1817
...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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History of the Wars of the French Revolution, from the Breaking Out ..., Band 2

Edward Baines - 1818
...in the morning of the 12th, Lord Gambier, in consequence of a signal from Lord Cochrane, announcing that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed, made the signal to unmoor and weigh, but the wind and tide being against him, the atlmiral was obliged...
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The History of England, During the Reign of George III, Band 4

Robert Scott - 1824
...before any other man of war entered the harbour. Early on the 12th, Lord Cochrane announced by signal that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed; but the state of the wind rendering it hazardous to enter the roads, in which the water was shallow,...
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The naval gazetteer, biographer, and chronologist; containing a history of ...

John William Norie - 1827
...thus avoided taking fire. At daylight the following morning, Lord Cochrane telegraphed the admiral, that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore and might be destroyed. The admiral in his dispatch says, " I immediately made the signal for the fleet to unmoor and weigh,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1811
...avoided taking fire. At day light 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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History of the Wars of the French Revolution ...: Comprehending the ..., Band 2

Edward Baines - 1855
...in the morning of the 12th, Lord Gambier, in consequence of a signal from Lord Cochrane, announcing that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed, made the signal to unmoor and weigh, but the wind and tide being against him, the admiral was compelled...
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The Autobiography of a Seaman, Band 1

Thomas Cochrane Earl of Dundonald - 1860 - 488 Seiten
...twentythree fire-sldps took effect! The despatch goes on to state, that at daylight Lord Cochrane signaling that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore, and might be destroyed, the commander-in-chief " immediately " f ordered the fleet to unmoor and weigh, intending to proceed...
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The Autobiography of a Seaman, Band 2

Thomas Cochrane Earl of Dundonald, George Butler Earp, William Jackson - 1860 - 452 Seiten
...with the fleet at its anchorage in Basque Eoads, at the distance of about six miles from the enemy) that seven of the enemy's ships were on shore and might be destroyed. It further appears that, in consequence of the above-mentioned signal, or of subsequent signals of...
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