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" previously determined on, and communicated. to the flag-officers and captains, few signals were necessary, and none were made, except to direct close order as the lines bore down. " The commander-in-chief in the Victory led the weather column, and the... "
Lives of the Most Celebrated British Admirals: Containing a Concise Account ... - Page 213
1808 - 223 pages
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the Spanish ...

Archibald Duncan - 1806
...mixed without any apparent regard to order of national squadron. " As the mode of our attack had been previously determined on, and communicated to the...flag-officers and captains, few signals were necessary, and noue were made, except to direct close order as the lines bore down. " The Comrnander-in-chief, in...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 47

History - 1807
...As the mode of our attack had been previously determined on, and communicated to the flag officers and captains, few signals were necessary ; and none...to direct close order as the lines bore down. The commander in chief in the Victory led the weather column, and the Royal Sovereign, which bore my flag,...
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Public Characters, Volume 9

Biography - 1807
...had been previously determined on, and communicated to the flag-officers and captains, few sigr nals were necessary ; and none were made, except to direct close order as the lines bore down. The commander in chief in the Victory led the weather-column; and the Royal Sovereign, which bore my flag,...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
...without any apparent regard to the order of national squadron. As the piode of our attack had been previously determined on, and communicated to the...to direct close order as the lines bore down. The commander-in- chief in the Victory led the weather column, and the Royal Sovereign, which bore' my...
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The History of England, During the Reign of George III, Volume 3

Robert Scott - Great Britain - 1824
...As the mode of our attack had been previously determined on, and communicated to the flag officers and captains, few signals were necessary, and none...order as the lines bore down. The commander-in-chief, who headed the weather column, was to attack the hostile line near the centre, while Admiral Collingwood,...
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The History of Great Britain from the Death of George II. to the Coronation ...

J. R. Miller - Great Britain - 1825 - 464 pages
...both their van and rear abaft the bcatn. As the mode of our attack had been previously determined on, few signals were necessary, and none were made, except...to direct close order as the lines bore down. The last telegraphic signal issued by the great commander on going into action wad, " England expects every...
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Naval Sketchbook: Or, The Service Afloat and Ashore, with ..., Volume 2

William Nugent Glascock - 1826
...to leeward, so that in leading down to their centre, I had both their van and rear abaft the beam. " The commander-in-chief, in the Victory, led the weather column; and the Royal Sovereign, which bore my flag, the lee. The action began at twelve o'clock by the leading ships of the columns breaking...
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A Selection from the Public and Private Correspondence of Vice ..., Volume 1

Cuthbert Collingwood Baron Collingwood, George Lewis Newnham Collingwood - Great Britain - 1828
...mixed, without any apparent regard to order of national squadron. As the mode of our attack had been previously determined on, and communicated to the...the weather column, and the Royal Sovereign, which bore my flag, the lee. The action began at twelve o'clock, by the leading ships of the columns breaking...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1836
...mixed without any apparent regard to order of national squadron. " As the mode of our attack had been previously determined on, and communicated to the...down. The commander-in-chief in the Victory led the weather-column, and the Royal Sovereign, which bore my flag, the lee. The action began at twelve o'clock,...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1837
...mixed without any apparent regard to order of national squadron. " As the mode of our attack had been previously determined on, and communicated to the...down. The commander-in-chief in the Victory led the weather-column, and the Royal Sovereign, which bore my flag, the lee. The action began at twelve o'clock,...
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