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" He made signal to tack in succession. Nelson, whose station was in the rear of the British line, perceived that the Spaniards were bearing up before the wind, with an intention of forming their line, going large, and joining their separated ships, or... "
The British Critic - Sivu 359
tekijä(t) ROBERT FINCH, M.A. - 1813
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Nide 4

Enos Bronson - 1810
...succession. Nelson, whose station was in the rear of the British line, perceived that the Spanish fleet was bearing up before the wind with an intention of forming their line, joining their separated ships, or flying. To prevent either of these schemes from taking effect, he,...

The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
...tack in succession ; but perceiving all the Spanish ships bearing up before the •wind, evidently with an intention of forming their line, going large and joining their separated divisions, at that time engaged with some of our centre ships, or flying from us to prevent...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Nide 23

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...succession. Nelson, whose station was in the rear of the British line, perce'rving that the Spanish fleet was bearing up before the wind, with an intention of forming their line, joining their separated ships, or flying ; determined to prevent either of these schemes from taking...

The Life of Nelson, Nide 1

Robert Southey - 1813
...of metal. He made signal to tack in succession. Nelson, whose station was in the rear of (he British line, perceived that the Spaniards were bearing up...forming their line, going large, and joining their separated ships ,• or else, of getting off without an engagement. To prevent either of these schemes,...

The Life of Nelson, Nide 1

Robert Southey - 1813 - 280 sivua
...station was in the rear of the British line, perceived that the Spaniards were bearing up•before the wind, with an intention of forming their line, going large, and joining their separated ships ; or else, of getting off without an engagement. To prevent either of these schemes,...

The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Nide 42

1813
...metal. He made fignal to t.uk in fucceflton. Nelfon, wliofe ilation was in the rear of the Britiih line, perceived that the Spaniards were bearing up before the wind, with anintention of forming their line, going large, and joining their feparated (hips ; or elfe, of geting...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Nide 23

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...succession. Nelson, whose station was in the rear of the British line, perceiving that the Spanish fleet was bearing up before the wind, with an intention of forming their line, joining their separated ships, or flying ; determined to prevent either of these schemes from taking...

The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...succession. Nelson, whose station was in the rear of the British line, perceiving that the Spanish fleet was bearing up before the wind with an intention of forming their line, joining their separated ships, or flying, without a moment's hesitation disobeyed the signal and ordered...

The life of Nelson

Robert Southey - 1830 - 309 sivua
...of metal. He made signal to tack in succession. Nelson, whose station was in the rear of the British line, perceived that the Spaniards were bearing up...forming their line, going large, and joining their separated ships; or else, of getting off without an engagement. To prevent either of these schemes,...

The History of England, Nide 5

Thomas Smart Hughes - 1835
...metal : he made the signal to tack in succession ; but Nelson, whose station was in the rear of the line, perceived that the Spaniards were bearing up...forming their line, going large, and joining their separated ships ; or else of getting off without a battle : to prevent either of these schemes, he...




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