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" In whatever light we regard this exploit it extorts our admiration and praise ; the boldness in the conception of the enterprise, being even surpassed by the perfect manner in which all its parts were executed. Nothing appears to have been wanting, in... "
A Record of the Metropolitan Fair in Aid of the United States Sanitary ... - Página 35
1867 - 261 páginas
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History of the Navy of the United States of America, Volume 1

James Fenimore Cooper - 1840 - 417 páginas
...wounded Turk, who took refuge in the ketch. On the part of the Americans but a single man was hurt. In whatever light we regard this exploit it extorts...perfect manner in which all its parts were executed. Nothing appears to have been wanting, in a military point of view ; nothing was deranged ; nothing...
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A record of the metropolitan fair in aid of the United States sanitary ...

E.S., J. S. F. - 1867 - 261 páginas
...been long neglected. " The first captured of these flags is that of the French frigate U Insurgents, of forty guns, captured by the Constellation, under...manner in which all its parts were executed.' This Hag was the sole relic preserved of that noble frigate. The flag of the AM marks the opening of the...
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Half-hours with American History: Independent America

Charles Morris - 1887
...and the commanding officer was raised from the station of a lieutenant to that of a captain. . . . In whatever light we regard this exploit, it extorts...— the boldness in the conception of the enterprise having been surpassed only by the perfect manner in which all its parts were executed. Nothing appears...
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The Great Republic, Volume 2

Charles Morris - 1913
...and the commanding officer was raised from the station of a lieutenant to that of a captain. . . . In whatever light we regard this exploit, it extorts...— the boldness in the conception of the enterprise having been surpassed only by the perfect manner in which all its parts were executed. Nothing appears...
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The History of the Navy of the United States of America

James Fenimore Cooper - 1839
...wounded Turk, who took refuge in the ketch. On the part of the Americans but a single man was hurt. In whatever light we regard this exploit, it extorts...being even surpassed by the perfect manner in which •11 its parts were executed. Nothing appears to have been wanting, in a military point of view; nothing...
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