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" There is no necessity for firing very fast; a cool well-levelled fire with the pieces carefully loaded, is much more destructive and formidable than the quickest fire in confusion. "
The Siege of Quebec and the Battle of the Plains of Abraham - الصفحة 30
بواسطة Sir Arthur George Doughty, Parmelee, G. W. (George William) - 1901
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The Literary journal, المجلد 2

1803
...put a whole battalion in danger. ' There is no neces-sity for firing very fast, a cool well levelled fire, with the pieces carefully loaded, is much more...soldiers will second them with their usual spirit. * If entrenchments and redoubts are to be defended obstinately, the firing is to begin in a regular...
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The Anti-Gallican: Or, Standard of British Loyalty, Religion and Liberty ...

1904 - عدد الصفحات: 496
...care to destroy their adversaries. There is no necessity for firing very fast : a cool, wePlevelled fire, with the pieces carefully loaded, is much more...formidable than the quickest fire in confusion. The soldiers are to take their order* from the officers of the platoon, and h? is to give them with all...
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History of Xx Regiment: 1688-1888

Benjamin Smyth - 1889 - عدد الصفحات: 427
...to inform the soldiers of their platoons before the action begins, where they are to destroy them. "There is no necessity for firing very fast; a cool...formidable than the quickest fire in confusion. "The soldiers are to take their orders entirely from the officers of the platoons, and they are to give...
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A History of the Lancashire Fusiliers (formerly XX Regiment): 1688-1821

Benjamin Smyth - 1903
...to inform the soldiers of their platoons before the action begins, where they are to destroy them. " There is no necessity for firing very fast ; a cool...formidable than the quickest fire in confusion. " The soldiers are to take their orders entirely from the officers of the platoons, and they are to give...
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A History of the British Army, المجلد 2

Sir John William Fortescue - 1899
...gall them except the fire of 1 " There is no necessity for firing very fast : a cool welllevelled fire is much more destructive and formidable than the quickest fire in confusion." Wolfe's Orders, p. 49. 1759. a few sharpshooters hidden in the scrub. Wolfe himself Sept. 1 3. led...
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