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" ... gun-boats having grounded on a bank within reach of the artillery of the fort, after sustaining some injury by it, were abandoned ; five of which were destroyed, and the other brought in. The arrival of Sir Home Popham and my boats from the East... "
The Universal magazine - Page 166
1809
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 79, Part 2

1809 - 746 pages
...destroyed, and the other brought in. The arrival of Sir Home Popham and my boats from the East Scheld took place nearly at the same time; but the Enemy's...by the advanced gun-boats, almost amongst them. As th* navigation of the >Vest Scheld is now open as far as it can possibly be cleared by the Navy, and...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 30

1810 - 1214 pages
...stroyed, and the other brought in. The arrival of sir Home Popham mid my boats from tha East Scheldt took .place nearly at the same time ; but the enemy's...almost amongst them. As the navigation of the West Scheldt is now open as far as it can possibly be cleared by the navy, and a flotilla force of upwards...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2

Walter Scott - 1811 - 732 pages
...destroyed, and the other brought in. The arrival of Sir Home Popham, and my boats from the East Scheldt, took place nearly at the same time, but the enemy's...almost amongst them. As the navigation of the West Scheldt is now open as far as it can possiblv be cleared by the navy, and a flotilla force of upwards...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2

Walter Scott - 1811 - 734 pages
...arrival of Sir Home Popham, and my boats from the East Scheldt, took place nearly at the same time, hut the enemy's flotilla moved up to Lillo with the same...almost amongst them. As the navigation of the West Scheldt is now open as far as it can possibly bo cleared by the navy, and a flotilla force of upwards...
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Annual Register, Volume 51

Edmund Burke - 1811 - 1102 pages
...Euryalus, Statin, Dryad, arid Perlin. VOL. LI. N n Scheld Srlield took place nearly at the same thnc.but the enemy's flotilla moved up to Lillo with the same tide that brought ours to Balliz, one of which was handsomely burned by the advanced gun-boats almost amongst them. As the navigation...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 50

1811 - 1008 pages
...Amethyst, Rota, Nymphen, l'Aigle, Euryalus, Statira, yad, and Pcriin. VOL. LI. N n Scheid • . '' Sfheld took place nearly at the same time, but the enemy's flotilla moved u|/ to Lillo with the same tide that brought ours to Batliz, one of which was handsomely burned by...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 79, Part 2; Volume 106

1809 - 716 pages
...destroved, and the other brought in. The arrival of Sir Home Pupham and my boats from the E;ist Schcld took place nearly at the same time; but the Enemy's flotilla. moved upt'j Lillo with the same tide t'nat brought otirs to Bathz, one of which was "handsomely burned by...
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