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" I said that it was the opinion of a very distinguished naval officer whom I named, and who was well known to him, that, if Cochrane had been properly supported, he would have destroyed the whole of the French ships. ' He could not only have destroyed... "
The Naval History of Great Britain, from the Declaration of War by France in ... - Página 127
por William James - 1837
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NAPOLEON IN EXILE, Volumen2

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1822
...lordship had made to capture or destroy the ships in the Charante. I said that it was the opinion of * very distinguished naval officer whom I named, and...could not only have destroyed them," replied Napoleon, 16* " but he might and would have taken them out, had your admiral supported him as he ought to have...
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Napoleon in Exile: Or, A Voice from St. Helena: the Opinions and Reflections ...

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1822
...Cochrane, and the attempt which his lordship had made to capture or destroy the ships in the Charante. I said that it was the opinion of a very distinguished naval officer whom 1 named, and who was well known to him, that if Cochrane had been properly supported, be would have...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction

1847
..." Napoleon in Exile"— "I told Napoleon it was the opinion of a very distinguished naval officer, that if Cochrane had been properly supported, he would...have destroyed the whole of the French ships. •He would not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, ' but he might and would have taken them out,...
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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
...Napoleon in Exile" — " I told Napoleon it was the opinion of a very distinguished naval officer, that if Cochrane had been properly supported, he would...have destroyed the whole of the French ships. 'He would not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, ' but he might and would have taken them out,...
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The Oxford and Cambridge review, Volumen4

1847
...It was the opinion of naval officers well known to him, (Napoleon,) that if Cochrane had been well supported he would have destroyed the whole of the...ships.' ' He could not only have destroyed them,' said Napoleon, ' but he might and would have taken them out, had your admiral supported him as he ought...
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Napoleon in Exile: Or, A Voice from St. Helena. The Opinions and ..., Volumen2

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1853
...Cochrane, and the attempt which his lordship had made to capture or destroy the ships in the Charante. I said that it was the opinion of a very distinguished...him, that if Cochrane had been properly supported, be would have destroyed the whole of the French ships. " He could not only have destroyed them," replied...
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A tar of the last war, sir C. Richardson

Charles Edward Armstrong - 1855
...commander-in-chief. B. O'Meara gives the following opinion of Napoleon on this affair : " I said it was declared by a distinguished naval officer, whom I named, and who was well known to him, that if Cochrane had heen properly supported, he would have destroyed the whole of the French ships." " He could not only...
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The naval history of Great Britain, from ... 1793, to ... 1820 ..., Volumen4

William James - 1859
...Cochrane, and the attempt which his lordship made to capture or destroy the ships in the Charente. I said that it was the opinion of a very distinguished...would have destroyed the whole of the French ships. ' He'could not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, 'but he might and would have taken them...
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The Autobiography of a Seaman, Volumen1

Thomas Cochrane Earl of Dundonald - 1860 - 488 páginas
...the opinion of a very distinguished officer, whom I named, and who was well known to him (Napoleon), that if Cochrane had been properly supported, he would...have destroyed the whole of the French ships. " 'He would not only have destroyed them,' replied Napoleon, ' but he might and would have taken them out,...
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The steady aim, examples and encouragements from modern biography

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1863
...to capture or destroy the ships in the Charente. ' I said it was the opinion of a very distinguished officer, whom I named, and who was well known to him,...would have destroyed the whole of the French ships. 1 " He would not only have destroyed them," replied Napoleon, " but he might and would have taken them...
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