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" Our numbers had been diminished by the enemy's fire, but particularly by sickness, and the strength and spirits of those in the works were much exhausted, by the fatigue of constant watching and unremitting duty. "
The Yorktown Campaign and the Surrender of Cornwallis, 1781 - Seite 183
von Henry Phelps Johnston - 1881 - 206 Seiten
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee - 1827 - 466 Seiten
...had been diminished by the enemy's fire, but particularly by sickness; and the strength and spirits of those in the works were much exhausted by the fatigue...and unremitting duty. Under all these circumstances, 1 thought it would have been wanton and inhuman lo the last degree to sacrifice the lives of this small...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee - 1827 - 466 Seiten
...diminished by the enemy'b fire; but particularly by sickness; and the strength and spitils ol tlinse in thr works were much exhausted by the fatigue of constant watching and unremitting duty. Under nil these circumstances, I thought ,U would have been w:inton and inhuman to the last degree to sacrifice...
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Simcoe's Military Journal: A History of the Operations of a Partisan Corps ...

John Graves Simcoe - 1844 - 328 Seiten
...been " diminished by the enemy's fire; but particularly by sick" ness, and the strength and spirits of those in the works " were much exhausted by the...degree, to sacrifice the lives of this small body of gal" lant soldiers, who had ever behaved with so much fidelity " and courage, by exposing them to an...
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Correspondence of Charles, First Marquis Cornwallis, Band 1

Charles Cornwallis Marquis Cornwallis - 1859
...had been diminished by the enemy's fire, but particularly by sickness, and the strength and spirits of those in the works were much exhausted, by the...thought it would have been wanton and inhuman to the hist degree to sacrifice the lives of this small body of gallant soldiers, who had ever behaved with...
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Diary of the American Revolution, Band 2

Frank Moore - 1859
...had been diminished by the enemy's fire, but particularly by sickness, and the strength and spirits of those in the works were much exhausted by the fatigue of constant watehing and unremitting duty. " Under all these cireumstances I thought it would have been wanton...
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Diary of the American Revolution, Band 2

Frank Moore - 1860
...exhausted by the fatigue of constant watehing and uuremitting dnty. " Under all these cireumstances I thought it would have been wanton and inhuman to the last degree, to saerifice the lives of this small body of gallant soldiers who had ever behaved with SO much fidelity...
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Lives of Indian Officers: Illustrative of the History of the Civil ..., Band 1

Sir John William Kaye - 1867
...expected. " Under all these circumstances, I thought," he wrote afterwards to Sir Henry Clinton, " it would have been wanton and inhuman to the last degree to sacrifice the lives THE SURRENDER OP YORK TOWN. 25 of this small body of gallant soldiers, who had ever behaved 1781. with...
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Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States

Henry Lee, Robert Edward Lee - 1869 - 620 Seiten
...had been diminished by the enemy's fire, but particularly by sickness; and the strength and spirits of those in the works were much exhausted by the fatigue...had ever behaved with so much fidelity and courage, DV exposing them to an assault, which, from the numbers and precaution of the enemy, could not fail...
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Our French Allies: Rochambeau and His Army, Lafayette and His Devotion, D ...

Edwin Martin Stone - 1884 - 632 Seiten
...was constantly diminishing the number of able-bodied men. " The strength and spirits of those within the works were much exhausted by the fatigue of constant watching and unremitting duty." Ammunition for the heavy ordnance was growing scarce, and for protracting the defence, the British...
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Our French Allies: Rochambeau and His Army, Lafayette and His Devotion, D ...

Edwin Martin Stone - 1884 - 632 Seiten
...was constantly diminishing the number of able-bodied men. "The strength and spirits of those within the works were much exhausted by the fatigue of constant watching and unremitting duty." Ammunition for the heavy ordnance was growing scarce, and for protracting the defence, the British...
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