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" He could not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, ' but he might and would have taken them out, had your admiral supported him as he ought to have done. For, in consequence of the signal made by L'Allemand... "
The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Declaration of War by France in ... - Página 127
por William James - 1837
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History of Europe from the commencement of the French ..., Volúmenes7-8

sir Archibald Alison (1st bart.) - 1841
...have destroyed the whole French ships, but he might and would have taken them out, had the English admiral supported him as he ought to have done. For, in consequence of the signal made by the French admiral for every one to shift for himself, they became panic-struck, and cut their cables....
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction

1847
...Cochrane had been properly supported, he would have destroyed the whole of the French ships. •He would not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, '...For, in consequence of the signal made by L'Allemand to the ships to do the best in their power to save themselves, they became panic-struck, and cut their...
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The Mirror of Literature,Amusement,and Instruction.VOL.I.January to June,1847

The Mirror of Literature,Amusement,and Instruction.VOL.I.January to June,1847 - 1847
...Cochrane had been properly supported, he would have destroyed the whole of the French ships. 'He would not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, '...For, in consequence of the signal made by L'Allemand to the ships to do the best in their power to save themselves, they became panic-struck, and cut their...
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The Oxford and Cambridge review, Volumen4

1847
...would have destroyed the whole of the French ships.' ' He could not only have destroyed them,' said Napoleon, ' but he might and would have taken them...have done ; for in consequence of the signal made by the Alltmand to the ships, to do the best in their power to save themselves, sauve qui peut in fact,...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volumen22

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1847
...Cochrane," he said, " might and would have taken the whole fleet, and carried it out with him, had his admiral supported him as he ought to have done. For, in consequence of the signal made by L'Allemand to the ships to do the best in their power to save themselves, sauve qui peut, in fact, they became...
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History of the County of Ayr: With a Genealogical Account of the ..., Volumen2

James Paterson - 1852
...Cochrane," he said, " might and would have taken the whole fleet, and carried it out with him, had his Admiral supported him as he ought to have done. For, in consequence of the signal made by L'Allemand to the ships to do the best in their power to save themselves, sauve qui peut, in fact, they became...
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England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams - 1854
...destroyed the whole of the French fleet, but he might and would have taken them out, had the English admiral supported him as he ought to have done; for, in consequence of the signal made by the French admiral for every one to shift for himself, they became panicstruck, and cut their cables....
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History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in M.DCC ...

Sir Archibald Alison - 1854
...have destroyed the whole French ships, but he might and would have taken them out, had the English admiral supported him as he ought to have done; for, in consequence of the signal made by the French admiral for every one to shift for himself, they became panic-struck, and cut their cables....
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The Autobiography of a Seaman, Volumen1

Thomas Cochrane Earl of Dundonald - 1860 - 488 páginas
...Cochrane had been properly supported, he would have destroyed the whole of the French ships. " 'He would not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, '...consequence of the signal made by L'Allemand ' (I think he * That is of the boom, for no ship had been wrecked at the mouth of the Charente. said) 'to the ships...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volumen118

1860
..." He would not only have destroyed them," replied Napoleon, " but he might a*3 would have taken Hem out, had your admiral supported him as he ought to...have done. For, in consequence of the signal made by L'AlIemand" (I think he said) " to the ships to do the best in their power to save themselves — saitve...
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