Haku Kuvahaku Maps Play YouTube Gmail Drive Kalenteri Lisää »
Kirjaudu sisään
Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 30 haulle I say that, excepting immediately under the fire of Dover Castle, there 1s not a....
" I say that, excepting immediately under the fire of Dover Castle, there 1s not a spot on the coast on which infantry might not be thrown on shore at any time of tide, with any wind, and in any weather... "
Political Writings: Letter to Henry Ashworth. How wars are got up in India ... - Sivu 223
tekijä(t) Richard Cobden - 1867
Koko teos - Tietoja tästä kirjasta

The Living Age ..., Nide 16

1848
...I am accustomed to the consideration of these questions ; and have examined and reconnoitred, over and over again, the whole coast from the North Foreland, by Dover, Folkstone, Beachy Head, Brighton, Arundel, to Selsey Bill, near Portsmouth ; and I say that, excepting...

NATIONAL DEFENCE IN ENGLAND

BARON P. E MAURICE - 1852
...a week after the declaration of " war." The Duke goes on to say, that he has " reconnoitred over " and over again the whole coast from the North Foreland, " by Dover, Folkestone, Beachey Head, Brighton, Arundel, " to Selsey Bill, near Portsmouth; and that, excepting imme" diately...

The Life of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, Nide 2

1853
..."I am accustomed to the consideration of these questions, and have examined and reconnoitered, over and over again, the whole coast, from the North Foreland, by Dover, .Folkestone, Beachyhead, Brighton, Arundel, to Selsey Bill, near Portsmouth ; and I say that, excepting immediately...

Pamphlets on naval subjects

William Bowles (sir.) - 1854
...I am accustomed to the consideration of these questions ; and have examined and reconnoitered, over and over again, the whole coast from the North Foreland, by Dover, Folkstone, Beachy Head, Brighton Arundel, to Selsey Bill, near Portsmouth, and I say that, excepting...

The Navies of the World: Their Present State, and Future Capabilities

Hans Busk - 1859 - 439 sivua
...war. I am accustomed to the consideration of these questions, and have examined and reconnoitred, over and over again, the whole coast from the North Foreland, by Dover, Folkestone, Beachy-head, Brighton, Arundel, to Selsey-bill, near Portsmouth ; and I say that, excepting immediately...

PERILS AND PANICS OF INVASION

HUMPHREY BLUNT - 1860
..." I am accustomed to the consideration of these questions, and have examined and reconnoitred over and over again the whole coast from the North Foreland,...Dover, Folkestone, Beachy Head, Brighton, Arundel, to Selsey-bill, near Portsmouth, and I say that, excepting immediately under the fire of Dove1Castle,...

Historic Ninepins: A Book of Curiosities, where Old and Young May Read ...

John Timbs - 1869 - 348 sivua
...' I am accustomed to the consideration of these questions, and have examined and reconnoitred, over and over again, the whole coast from the North Foreland, by Dover, Folkestone, Beachy Head, Brighton, Arundel,to Selsey Bill, near Portsmouth ; and I say that, excepting immediately under the fire of Dover...

The Annals of Our Time: From the accession of Queen Victoria, June 20, 1837 ...

Joseph Irving - 1871
...things, as well known to our neighbours as it is to ourselves. ... I have examined antl reconnoitred over and over again the whole coast from the North Foreland,...Dover, Folkestone, Beachy Head, Brighton, Arundel, to Selscy Bill near Portsmouth, and I say that, excepting immediately under the fire of Dover Castle,...

Life and Correspondence of Field Marshal Sir John Burgoyne, Bart, Nide 1

George Wrottesley - 1873
..." I am accustomed to the consideration of these questions, and have examined and reconnoitred over and over again the whole coast from the North Foreland, by Dover, Folkestone, Beachy Duke of Head, Brighton, Arundel, to Selsey Bill, near Portsmouth, and I ^'"Jite say that, excepting...

The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Nide 2

Sir Theodore Martin - 1876 - 2 sivua
...Folkestone, Beachey Head, Brighton, Arundel, to Selsey Bill near Portsmouth,' the Duke had found, * excepting immediately under the fire of Dover Castle,...which infantry might not be thrown on shore at any turn of the tide, with any wind and in any weather, and from which such body of infantry, so thrown...




  1. Oma kirjastoni
  2. Ohjeet
  3. Tarkennettu haku kirjat-palvelussa
  4. Lataa ePub
  5. Lataa PDF