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" ... excepted, which escaped the conflagration, and was taken possession of at day-light in the morning, by the boats from our fleet; the enemy at the same time evacuated the island, and abandoned that quarter. This unexpected turn of affairs directed... "
Histoire de l'île de la Trinidad sous le gouvernement espagnol: ptie ... - Página 420
por Pierre-Gustave-Louis Borde - 1882
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volumen9

1797
...at the fame time evacuated the ifland, and abandoned that quarter. This unexpected turn of affairs directed our whole attention to the attack of the...The troops were immediately ordered to land, and as foon as a few hundred men could be got on (höre, about four miles to the weftward of it, we advanced,...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1797
...fame time evacuated the ifland, and abandoned that quarter. This unexpected turn of affairs directtd our whole attention to the attack of the town. The troops were immediately ordered to land, and as foon as a few hundred men could be got on (höre, about four miles to the weftward of it, we advanced,...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1798
...at the same time evacuated the island, 'and abandoned that quarter. This unexpected turn of affairs directed our whole attention to the attack of the...excepted. In the morning a capitulation was entered into with the governor, Don Chacon, and in A« evening all the Spanish troops bid down their arms, and the...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1798
...fame time evacuated the ifland, and abandoned that quarter. This unexpected turn of affaire direfted our whole attention to the attack of the town. The troops were immediately ordered to land, and, as foon as a few hundred men could be got on (höre, about hat mile s to the weftward of it, we advanced,...
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A Collection of State Papers Relative to the War Against France Now Carrying ...

John Debritt - 1798
...and for a general attack upon the tow iv and fliips of war. This unexpected turn of affairs clireftcd our whole attention to the attack of the town. The troops were immediately ordered to land, and, as foon as a tew hundred men could be got on fhore, about four miles to the weftward of it, we advanced,...
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A Collection of State Papers Relative to the War Against France Now Carrying ...

John Debrett - 1798
...ifland, and abandoned that .is unexpected turn of affairs directed our whole attention to the .ack of the town. The troops were immediately ordered to land, and, as foon as a tew hundred men could be got on fhore, about four miles to the weftward of it, we advanced,...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volumen31

1797
...evacuated the ifland, and abandoned that quarter. This unexpected turn of affairs directed our whoie attention to the attack of the town. The troops were immediately ordered to land, and, as foon as a few hundred men could be got on fliore, about four miles to the wefiward of it, we advanced,...
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Chronological History of the West Indies, Volumen3

Thomas Southey - 1827
...the boats of the fleet. The enemy at the same time evacuated the island and abandoned that quarter. The troops were immediately ordered to land ; and...got on shore, about four miles to the westward of the town, General Abercrombie advanced, meeting with litde or no resistance. Before night he was master...
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Chronological History of the West Indies, Volumen3

Thomas Southey - 1827
...town, General Abercrombie advanced, meeting with little or no resistance. Before night he was master of Port d'Espagne and the neighbourhood, two small...In the morning, a capitulation ' was entered into with the governor Don Chacon ; and in the Annual Register, 1797, p. 54. General Abercrombie's Official...
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Histoire de l'ile de la Trinidad sous le gouvernement espagnol, Volumen2

Pierre-Gustave-Louis Borde - 1882
...at the same time evacuated the island, and abandoned that quarter. This unexpected turn of affairs directed our whole attention to the attack of the...excepted. In the morning a capitulation was entered into with the Governor Don Chacon, and in the evening all the Spanish troops laid down their arms, and the...
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