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" ... forces into several brigades and parts, and ordered the whole to be unloaded, and no firing to be permitted on any account ; and, under this order, to march into the principal streets of the town unprovided with proper and... "
The Universal magazine - Page 188
1808
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 70

English literature - 1808 - 1016 pages
...principal streets of the town, unprovided with proper and sufficient means for forcing the baricadoes, whereby the troops were, unnecessarily exposed to...great professional incapacity on the part of the said Lieut.General Whitelocke, tending to lessen the confidence of the troops in the judgment of their officers,...
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Trial of Lieutenant General John Whitelocke, Commander in Chief of the ...

John Whitelocke - Argentina - 1808 - 226 pages
...order to march into the principal streets of the town, unprovided with proper and sufficient means for forcing the barricadoes, whereby the troops were unnecessarily...great professional incapacity on the part of the said Lieutenant-general Whitelocke, tending to lessen the confidence of the troops in the conduct of their...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., Volume 39

English literature - 1808
...order to march into the piincipal streets of the town, unprovided with proper and sufficient means for forcing the barricadoes, whereby the troops were unnecessarily...betraying great professional incapacity on the part of t!:e said lieutenant-general Whitelockc, tending to lessen the confidence of the troops in the judgment...
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Trial of Lieutenant General John Whitelocke, Commander in Chief of the ...

John Whitelocke - Argentina - 1808 - 226 pages
...order to march into the principal streets of the town, unprovided with proper and sufficient means for forcing the barricadoes, whereby the troops were unnecessarily...possibility of making effectual opposition ; such conduct betray ing great professional incapacity on the part of the said Lieutenant-general Whitelocke, tending...
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The Trial at Large of Lieut. Gen. Whitelocke: Late Commander in Chief of the ...

John Whitelocke - Argentina - 1808 - 671 pages
...order, to march into the principal streets of the town unprovided with proper and sufficient means for forcing the barricadoes, whereby the troops were unnecessarily...without the possibility of making effectual opposition j such conduct betraying great professional incapacity on the part of the said Lieutenant-General Whitelocke,...
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The Literary Panorama, Volume 4

English literature - 1808
...whereby the troops were wiuecessarilv expired 10 dysUm-'ioii, without the possibility of making efficlual opposition ; such conduct betraying great professional incapacity on the part of the saiu Lieutenant-general \Vhitelocke, lending to lessen the confidence of the troops in the conduct...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the ..., Volume 6

Archibald Duncan - 1809
...streets of the town, unprovided with proper I yffi,. iotit means for forcing the barricadoes, where/ by the troops were unnecessarily exposed to destruction,...great professional incapacity on the part of the said Lieutenani-General Whitelocke, tending to lessen the confidence of the troops in the judgment of their...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - History - 1809
...-principal streets of the, town unprovided with proper and suflu cient means for forcing the barri. cadoes, whereby the troops were unnecessarily exposed to destruction,...betraying great professional incapacity on the part et the said lieutenant-general Whitelocke, tending to lessen the confidence of the troops in the judgement...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Part 1

Walter Scott - Europe - 1810
...under this order, to march into the principal streets of the town, unę, provided with proper means for forcing the barricadoes, whereby the troops were unnecessarily...without the possibility of making effectual opposition. Sdly, That he did not make, although it was in his power, any effectual attempt, by his own personal...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1810
...this order, to march into the principal streets of the town, unę 3 provided with -proper means for forcing the barricadoes, whereby. the troops were...without the possibility of making effectual opposition. 3dly, That he did not make, although it was in his power, any effectual attempt, by his own personal...
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