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Էջ 168 - Caire — le sang de vos pères, de vos enfans, de vos femmes, a coulé dans toute l'Egypte, et principalement dans la ville du Caire, vos propriétés ont été pillées et ravagées, vous avez été taxés à de très fortes contributions extraordinaires. Mettez bien dans votre esprit tout ce que je viens de vous dire. Salut à qui est dans la bonne voie, malheur à qui s'en écarte. (Signé) MENOU.
Էջ 233 - A Dispatch, of which the following is a copy, has been this day received at the Office of the Right Honourable Lord...
Էջ 68 - The labour and fatigue of the navy have been continued and excessive ; it has not been of one day or of one week, but for months together. In the bay of Aboukir, on the New Inundation, and on the Nile, for 160 miles, they have been employed without intermission ; and have submitted to many privations, with a cheerfulness and patience highly creditable to them, and advantageous to the public service.
Էջ 221 - It was determined to attack them on the morning of the 13th, and in consequence the army marched in two lines by the left, with an intention to turn their right flank. The troops had not been long in motion before the enemy descended from the heights on which they were formed, and attacked the leading brigades of both lines, which were commanded by Major General Craddock and Major General the Earl of Cavan.
Էջ 288 - ... announcing the expulsion of the enemy, I have complied with his request; and I beg to refer their lordships to that active and intelligent officer, for any particular information relative to this or other parts of the country, on which he has had opportunities of making remarks.
Էջ 220 - Coote, got into the boats early in the morning : they had, in general, from five to six miles to row, and did not arrive at the point of landing till ten o'clock. The front of disembarkation was narrow, and a hill, which commanded the whole, seemed almost inaccessible.
Էջ 250 - ... time of their embarkation, conformably to the regulations of the French army ; and from the day of their embarkation to that of their landing in France, agreeably to the naval regulations of England.
Էջ 219 - ... of the army. Our delays originated from other caufes. For a confiderable time previous to our failing, the weather was extremely boifterous, and the winds contrary. The moment that it became practicable to fail with fo large a fleet, Lord Keith put to fea; we left Marmorice on the 22d of February, and came in fight of Alexandria on the ift of March.
Էջ 222 - Moore, which had remained in column during the whole of the day, was brought forward ; and the second line, under the command of...
Էջ 234 - The cavalry came up with him, after a march of about three hours. A flag of truce was fent in to them by Major Wilfon of the...

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