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" A shot through the mainmast knocked the splinters about ; and he observed to one of his officers with a smile, " It is warm work ; and this day may be the last to any of us at a moment : ' and then stopping short at the gangway, added, with emotion —... "
The Life of Nelson - Страница 198
по Robert Southey - 1830 - 309 страници
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Том 3

Enos Bronson - 1810
...splinters about us; he observed to me with a smile, ' it is warm work, and this day may be the List to any of us at a moment;' and then stopping short at the gang-way, he used an expression never to be erased from my memory, and said with emotion: 'But mark you, 1 would...

The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Том 2

1810
...him '' and this day may be the last to any of us, at a moment." Then stopping at the gangway he said with emotion, " But mark you I -would not be elsewhere for thousands." When the signal for ceasing the battle was made, the signal lieutenant reported it to him, his lordship...

Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical, Том 5

Arthur Collins - 1812
...observed with a smile, It is warm work, and this day may be the last to any of us at a moment; and then added, with emotion, but mark you, I would not be elsewhere for thousands. When the signal, No. 3g, was made, the signallieutenant reported it to him. He continued his- walk,...

The Life of Nelson, Том 2

Robert Southey - 1813
...of his officers, with a smile : " It is warm work ; and " this day may be the last to any of us et at a moment :" — and then stopping short at the...added, with emotion — " But mark you ! I would not be else« where for thousands." About this time the signal lieutenant called out, that No. 39, (the signal...

The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Том 1

1814
...about ; and he observed to one of his officers, with a smile: *' Jt is warm work; and this day may be the last to any of us at a moment :"— and then stopping...About this time the signal lieutenant called out, that No. 39, tin- signal for discontinuing the action) was thrown out by the commander-in-chief. He continued...

The Life of Nelson

Robert Southey - 1835 - 309 страници
...whole shame of the failure, if shame it should be deemed." Under a mistaken judgment,* therefore, but with this disinterested and generous feeling, he made...continued to walk the deck, and appeared to take * I have great pleasure in rendering this justice to Sir Hyde Parker's reasoning. The fact is here staled...

The Life of Nelson

Robert Southey - 1836 - 309 страници
...mainmast knocked the splinters about ; and he observed to one of his officers with a smile, " It is T warm work; and this day maybe the last to any of us...continued to walk the deck, and appeared to take * I have great pleasure in rendering this justice to Sir Hyde Parker•s reasoning. The fact is here staled...

Tales of the wars; or, Naval and military chronicle, Томове 1–2

1836
...about; and he observed to one of his officers with a smile, ' It is warm work ; and this day may be the last to any of us at a moment:' — and then stopping...for discontinuing the action) was thrown out by the commandcr-in-chief. He continued to walk the deck, and appeared to take no notice of it. The signal...

The life of Nelson revised and illustrated, by the Old Sailor

Horatio Nelson Nelson (Viscount), Matthew Henry Barker - 1836 - 80 страници
...bystander, " and this day may be the last to any of us at a moment." Then, stopping short at the gangway, he added with emotion : " But, mark you, I would not be elsewhere for thousands." The next moment the signal, No. 39, was made on board the London, the flag-ship of the commander-in-chief....

The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Declaration of War by ..., Том 3

William James - 1837
...biographical work. "About this time," says Mr. Southey, "the signal-lieutenant called out that No. 39 (the signal for discontinuing the action) •was thrown...He continued to walk the deck, and appeared to take no notice of it. The signal-officer met him at the next turn, and asked if he should repeat it. ' No,'...




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