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" John was directed to send forward the cavalry by land ; but it was left to his discretion whether to march the infantry by land also, or to transport them by sea to Corunna, and form a junction with Sir David Baird's corps there. "
The life of lieutenant-general sir John Moore - Страница 137
по James Carrick Moore - 1834
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A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain: Commanded by His ...

James Carrick Moore, Sir John Moore - 1809 - 327 страници
...employ a corps of his troops, of not less than 30,000 infantry and 5,000 cavalry, in the North of Spain, to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from that kingdom, has been graciously pleased to entrust to you the Command in Chief of this Force. The Officer commanding...

A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain

James Carrick Moore - 1809 - 388 страници
...,employ a corps of his troops, of not less than 30,000 infantry and 5,000 cavalry, in the North of Spain, to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from that kingdom, has been graciously pleased to entrust to you the Command in Chief of this Force. The Officer commanding...

Lives of the Most Eminent British Military Commanders: Robert Lord Clive ...

George Robert Gleig - 1832
...infantry and 5000 cavalry ; and which " his majesty had determined to employ in the north of Spain, to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from that kingdom." Sir John Moore was at the same time instructed both as to the manner in which this force was to be...

The Life of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore, K. B.

James Carrick Moore - 1833
...numbers, in November, arose to three hundred and thirty-five thousand, two hundred and twenty- three men, and sixty thousand, seven hundred and twenty-eight...communicated that an additional corps of ten thousand * Parliamentary Papers. men, under Sir David Baird, were about to sail for Corunna. Sir John was directed...

The life of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore, K.B.

James Carrick Moore - 1834
...numbers, in November, arose to three hundred and thirty-five thousand, two hundred and twenty- three men, and sixty thousand, seven hundred and twenty-eight...about to sail for Corunna. Sir John was directed to send forward the cavalry by land ; but it was left to his discretion whether to march the infantry...

The Pictorial History of England During the Reign of George the Third: 1802-1820

George Lillie Craik - 1844
...war informing him that his army of 20,000 men was to be employed in the northern provinces of Spain " to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from that kingdom." Lord Castlereagh also intimated that an additional corps of 10,000 men, under Sir David Baird, was...

The Cabinet History of England: Being an Abridgment, by the ..., Томове 23–24

Charles MacFarlane - 1847
...informing "him that his army of 20,000 men was to be employed in the northern provinces of Spain, " to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from that kingdom." Lord Castlereagh also intimated that an additional corps of 10,000 men under Sir David Baird was about...

The Cabinet History of England, Civil, Military and Ecclesiastical ..., Том 12

Charles MacFarlane - 1851
...informing him that his army of 20,000 men was to be employed in the northern provinces of Spain, " to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from that kingdom." Lord Castlereagh also intimated that an additional corps of 10,000 men under Sir David Baird was about...

England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams, William Cooke Stafford - 1854
...Lord Castlereagh reached Sir John Moore * with his appointment to the command of the British troops, to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from Spain. Intimation was also given him that a corps of 10,000 men, under Sir David Baird, was about to...

Vol.1,2, by lt. col. Williams History of the wars caused by the ..., Томове 1–2

1864
...Lord Castlereagh reached Sir John Moore * with his appointment to the command of the British troops, to co-operate with the Spanish armies in the expulsion of the French from Spain. Intimation was also given him that a corps of 10,000 men, under Sir David Baird, was about to...




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