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Books Bücher 1 - 9 von 9 in ... living, were slain; so that, in three places, where the force and host of our...
" ... living, were slain; so that, in three places, where the force and host of our standards were, so great grew the heap of the slain, and of those who were overthrown among them, that our people ascended the very heaps, which had increased higher than... "
The History of the Battle of Agincourt; and of the Expedition of Henry the ... - Seite ccxviii
von Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1827 - 129 Seiten
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Band 97

1827
...very heaps, which had increased higher than a man, and butchered the adversaries Mow ivith sicords, axes, and other weapons. And when at length, in two...as slaves, to be ransomed. But behold immediately there arose a clamour, that the hinder battle of the enemy's cavalry, in incomparable and fresh numbers,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 97,Teil 2;Band 142

1827
...increased higher than a man, and lulchered the adversaries below with swords, axes, and other iveapotu. And when at length, in two or three hours, that front...as slaves, to be ransomed. But behold immediately there arose a clamour, that the hinder battle of the enemy's cavalry, in incomparable and fresh numbers,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 97,Teil 2;Band 142

1827
...heaps, wkick had increased higher than a man, and butchered the adversaries below with swords, axei, and other weapons. And when at length, in two or three...flight, our men began to pull down the heaps, and to separata the living from the dead, proposing to keep the living as slaves, to be ransomed. But behold...
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Popular history of England, Band 2

Charles Knight - 1857
...in the rear of the battle," thus describes the slaughter of the French on this day of Agincourt : " When some of them in the engagement had been killed,...proposing to keep the living as slaves, to be ransomed." Few were left alive for ransom. A clamour arose that the French, collecting in various parts of the...
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ENGLISH HISTORY

HENRY INCE - 1860
...horseback among the baggage in the rear of the battle," thus describes the slaughter of the French: " When some of them in the engagement had been killed,...the heaps, and to separate the living from the dead, purposing to keep the living as slaves to be ransomed." The king, having with consummate skill and...
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English history [an enlarged ed. of Outlines of English history] by H. Ince ...

1864
...the engagement had been killed, and fell in the front, so great was the undisciplined violence arid pressure of the multitude behind, that the living...the heaps, and to separate the living from the dead, purposing to keep the living as slaves to be ransomed." The king, having with consummate skill and...
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Macaulay, T.B. History; and essay.-[Yonge, C.M.] History of Greece.-[Gibbon ...

Joseph H. Beale - 1884
...in the rear of the battle," thus describes the slaughter of the French on this day of Agincourt : " When some of them in the engagement had been killed,...proposing to keep the living as slaves, to be ransomed." Few were left alive for ransom. A clamor arose that the French, collecting in various parts of the...
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The Historians' History of the World: England to 1485

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...below with swords, axes, and other weapons. And when at length, in two or three hours, [1415 A. !. ] that front battle was perforated and broken up, and...proposing to keep the living as slaves, to be ransomed." Few were left alive For ransom. A clamour arose that the French, collecting in various parts of the...
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The Historians' History of the World: England to 1485

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...him. His nature was not cruel. He stopped the carnage when he found that the danger was imaginary. that front battle was perforated and broken up, and...proposing to keep the living as slaves, to be ransomed." On the part of the English, the duke of York and the earl of Oxford were slain, with some hundreds...
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