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" fashion of Cromwell's pikemen to rejoice greatly when they beheld the enemy; and the banished Cavaliers felt an emotion of national pride, when they saw a brigade of their countrymen, outnumbered by foes and abandoned by friends, drive before it in headlong... "
The History of England from the Accession of James II - Sivu 59
1864
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The Calcutta Review, Nide 31

1858
...handsomely rl his India Company must, we think, _ feel like those banished cavaliers " who i^avc way to an emotion of national pride, when ' they saw a brigade of their countrymen, (Puritans) out-num' bered by foes and abandoned by allies, drive before it in ' headlong rout the finest...

The Living Age ..., Nide 20

1849
...advanced to the combat, and expressed the delight of a true soldier when he learned that it was ever the fashion of Cromwell's pikemen to rejoice greatly when...they saw a brigade of their countrymen, outnumbered hy foes and abandoned by allies, drive before it in headlong rout the finest infantry of Spain, and...

An oration pronounced before the Connecticut Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa at ...

Ashbel Smith, Phi Beta Kappa. Connecticut Alpha (Yale College) - 1849 - 32 sivua
...advanced to the combat and expressed the delight of a true soldier, when he learned that it was ever the fashion of Cromwell's pikemen to rejoice greatly when...enemy; and the banished cavaliers felt an emotion of natural pride when they saw a brigade of their countrymen outnumbered by foes and abandoned by allies,...

Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Niteet 7–8

1849
...national pride when they saw abrigade of their countrymen, outnumhered by foes, and abandoned by allivs, drive before it in headlong rout the finest infantry of Spain, and force a passage into a counter-всмгр, which had just been pronounced impregnable by the ablest of the marshals of Fraiu-o....

THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1850 - 617 sivua
...the delight of a true soldier, when he learned that it was ever the fashion of Cromwell's pikeinen to rejoice greatly when they beheld the enemy ; and...their countrymen, outnumbered by foes and abandoned by allies, drive before it in headlong rout the finest infantry of Spain, and force a passage into a counterscarp...

The military position of England considered in its general aspects

Thomas Beevor Daveney - 1862 - 106 sivua
...marched to the combat, and expressed the delight of a true soldier when he learned that it was ever the fashion of Cromwell's pikemen to rejoice greatly when...of Spain, and force a passage into a counterscarp, which had just been pronounced impregnable by the ablest of the marslia'sof France."—History of England,...

The history of England from the accession of James the Second, Niteet 1–2

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1864
...expressed the delight of a true soldier, when he learned that it was ever the fashion of CromweH's pikemen to rejoice greatly when they beheld the enemy;...abandoned by friends, drive before it in headlong rent the finest infantry of Spain, and force a passage into a counterscarp which had just been pronounced...

The Works of Lord Macaulay, Complete: History of England

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1866
...advanced to the combat, and expressed the delight of a true soldier, when he learned that it was ever the fashion of Cromwell's pikemen to rejoice greatly when...of Spain, and force a passage into a counterscarp which had just been pronounced impregnable by the ablest of the Marshals of France. But that which...

The history of England from the accession of James the second, Niteet 1–2;Nide 4

Thomas Babington baron Macaulay - 1867
...conquer, but never failed to destroy and break in pieces . soldier, when he learned that it was ever the fashion of Cromwell's pikemen to rejoice greatly when...of Spain, and force a passage into a counterscarp which had just been pronounced impregnable by the ablest of the Marshals of France. whatever force...

A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PURITANS

W. CARLOS MARTYN - 1867
...the combat, and expressed the delight of a true soldier when he learned that it was ever the custom of Cromwell's pikemen to rejoice greatly when they...of national pride when they saw a brigade of their Puritan countrymen, outnumbered by foes and abandoned by allies, drive before it in headlong rout the...




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