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History of Napoleon Bonaparte (Volume 1); And Wars of Europe, From the Revolution in France to the Termination of the Late Wars, Including Anecdotes ... Have Appeared During and Since the Revolution
by:W. B. Heweston
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1815. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Acre again assaulted, but repulsed. brought him the head of an enemy ; his idea was not to defend the breach, but suffer the French to enter the works,...
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1815. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Acre again assaulted, but repulsed. brought him the head of an enemy ; his idea was not to defend the breach, but suffer the French to enter the works, and th destroy them. They mounted unmolested, and got into the Pacha's garden, where soon the bravest aud most forward lay headless corpses; the sabre, with a dagger in the other hand, proving more than a match for the bayonet. Much confusion prevailed, the newly arrived Turks, not distinguished between one hat and another, aimed many a severe^ blow at their friends the English ; their mistake was however corrected by the exertions of the Pacha; both sides fought with the greatest bravery, and Bonaparte saw that his troops were likely to suffer so much, that he ordered them to retreat. On returning to the camp the French learned that Admiral Perree had taken two vessels separated from the Turkish fleet, with field artillery, provisions, money, 400 soldiers, and the commissary of the Turkish fleet From him it appeared, that they were part of an armament destined for Alexandria, but that their destination was changed at the pressing request of Sir Sydney Smith. Bonaparte gave orders for another assault; a division mounted the breach, surprised the outworks, and put those they found there to the sword, but they were obliged to retreat in confusion. The grenadiers again solicited the honour of the assault, which was granted them'; tlwy marched forward, but were so well received by the Agki-Turks. that they were again ordered to retreat. These Are* attacks eost them near 700 men killed and wounded, wtfo several officers of rank. The space between the two armies was covered with dead bodies and the stench was intolerable. Proclamation addressed to the French army. CHAPTER LXIII. Bonaparte wrote...
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