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" It was evidently necessary to fight, although Massena had seventy thousand veterans, and lord Wellington could only bring about fifty thousand men into line, more than half of which were untried soldiers. The consequences of such a battle were not, however,... "
Lusitanian Sketches of the Pen and Pencil - Pagina 33
door William Henry Giles Kingston - 1845
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History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France ..., Volume 3

William Francis Patrick Napier - 1833
...to fight, although Massena had seventy thousand veterans, and lord Wellington could only bring about fifty thousand men into line, more than half of which were untried soldiers. The consequences of such a battle were not, however, to be estimated by the result on the field. The...
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History of the War in the Peninsula and in the South of France ..., Volume 2

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier - 1839
...to fight, although Massena had seventy thousand veterans, and lord Wellington could only bring about fifty thousand men into line, more than half of which were untried soldiers. The consequences of such a battle were not, however, to be estimated by the result on the field. The...
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History of the war in the Peninsula, and in the south of France ..., Volume 3

sir William Francis P. Napier - 1840
...to fight, although Massena had seventy thousand veterans, and lord Wellington could only bring about fifty thousand men into line, more than half of which were untried soldiers. The consequences of such a battle were not, however, to be estimated by the result on the field. The...
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The Lusitanian [ed. by W.H.G. Kingston].

William Henry G. Kingston
...had time to make any dispositions for its defence. It must be remembered that the French Marshal bad above sixty thousand veterans under his command while...with only two other English officers 'in it Major Bcrmingham, and Captain Marley , charged the French with the bayonet abreast of their British allies,...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 25

1853
...fight, although Massena had above sixty thousand veterans, and Lord Wellmgton could only bring about fifty thousand men into line, more than half of which were untried soldiers.' — Vol. iii. pp. 321, 322. Resistance being now decided on, he selected his position with such judgment...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 25

1853
...fight, although Massena had above sixty thousand veterans, and Lord Wellington could only bring about fifty thousand men into line, more than half of which were untried soldiers.'—Vol. iii. pp. 321, 322. Resistance being now decided on, he selected his position with...
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