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" Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent ; for, as she carried no flag, there was no means of instantly ascertaining the fact. From this ship which he had thus twice spared, he received his death. A ball fired from... "
The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ... - Page 81
by Alexander Chalmers - 1815
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 4

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1810
...Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoutable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent; and as she carried no flag, there was no means of ascertaining the fact. From this ship, whose destruction was twice delayed by his wish...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Volume 2

1813
...prayer, that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanity in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent; for, as she carried no flag, there was no...
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The Analectic Magazine, Volume 2

1813
...prayer, that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanity in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great gnus •were silent; for, as she carried no flag, there was...
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The Life of Nelson, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1813
...prayer, that the British fleet ruight be distinguished by humanity in the victory which be expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave; orders to cease firing upon the Redoutable. supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent ; for, as she carried...
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The Boston Spectator: Devoted to Politicks and Belles-lettres, Volume 1

United States - 1814
...prayer, that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanhy in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtale, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent ; for, as she carried...
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Lives of the British Admirals: Containing Also a New and Accurate ..., Volume 8

John Campbell - Great Britain - 1817
...prayer, that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanity in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent ; for, as she carried no flag, there was no...
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The Historical Reader: Designed for the Use of Schools and Families. On a ...

John Lauris Blake - History - 1825 - 372 pages
...prayer, that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanity in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent ; for, as she carried no flag, there was no...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of ..., Volume 4

1830
...prayer, that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanity in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent ; for, as she carried no flag, there was no...
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The Life of Nelson

Robert Southey - Admirals - 1830 - 309 pages
...prayer, that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanity in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent ; for, as she carried no flag, there was no...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 5

1830
...prayer that the British fleet might be distinguished by humanity in the victory which he expected. Setting an example himself, he twice gave orders to cease firing upon the Redoubtable, supposing that she had struck, because her great guns were silent; 'for, as she carried no flag, there was no...
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