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" The reason assigned by the Highlanders for their custom of throwing their muskets on the ground, is not without its force. They say, they embarrass them in their operations, even when slung behind them, and on gaining a battle, they can pick them up again... "
A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans - الصفحة 124
بواسطة James Browne - 1849
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Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746

James Johnstone Johnstone (chevalier de.) - 1820 - عدد الصفحات: 348
...within the bayonets, and into the ranks of the enemy, the soldiers have no longer any means of defending themselves, the fate of the battle is decided in an...sword. The reason assigned by the Highlanders for then* custom of throwing their muskets on the ground, is not without its force. They say, they embarrass...

Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746

James Johnstone Johnstone (chevalier de) - 1821 - عدد الصفحات: 456
...within the bayonets, and into the ranks of the enemy, the soldiers have no longer any means of defending themselves, the fate of the battle is decided in an...their operations, even when slung behind them, and on gaining a battle, they can pick them up again along with the arms of their enemies ; but, if they...

The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review, المجلد 4

1822
...within the bayonets, and into the ranks of the enemy, the soldiers have no longer any mean* of defending themselves, the fate of the battle is decided in an...in the left hand, and another with the sword.' The conduct of the Prince, in needlessly sacrificing the English regiment raised at Manchester, and some...

The Scotish Gaël: Or, Celtic Manners, as Preserved Among the Highlanders ...

James Logan - 1831
...same time, they raise their sword arm and strike their adversary. Having once got within the bayonets, the fate of the battle is decided in an instant, and...dirk in the left hand, and another with the sword." These are the words of one who served in the campaign, and was well qualified to give an opinion.1...

The Scotish Gaël, Or, Celtic Manners: As Preserved Among the Highlanders ...

James Logan - 1833 - عدد الصفحات: 528
...same time, they raise their sword arm and strike their adversary. Having once got within the bayonets, the fate of the battle is decided in an instant, and...dirk in the left hand, and another with the sword. These are the words of one who served in the campaign, and was well qualified to give an opinion.J...

The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott...

Sir Walter Scott - 1848
...his assistance, and drew him with difficulty from under his horse." — Memoirs, pp. 92, 93.] 1 [" The reason assigned by the Highlanders for their custom...their operations, even when slung behind them, and on gaining a battle, they can pick them up again along with the arms of their enemies ; but if they...

The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Tales of a grandfather

Walter Scott - 1836
...his assistance, and drew him with difficulty from under his horse." — Memoirs, pp. 92, 93.] 1 [" The reason assigned by the Highlanders for their custom...their operations, even when slung behind them, and on gaining a battle, they can pick them up again along with the arms of their enemies ; but if tliey...

Tales of a Grandfather: Scotland

Sir Walter Scott - 1836
...his assistance, and drew him with difficulty from under his horse." — Memoirs, pp. 92, 93.] 1 [" The reason assigned by the Highlanders for their custom...their operations, even when slung behind them, and on gaining a battle, they can pick them up again along with the arms of their enemies ; but if they...

The Scotish Gaël; Or, Celtic Manners: As Preserved Among the Highlanders ...

James Logan - 1843 - عدد الصفحات: 520
...same time, they raise their sword arm and strike their adversary. Having once got within the bayonets, the fate of the battle is decided in an instant, and...dirk in the left hand, and another with the sword. These are the words of one who served in the campaign, and was well qualified to give an opinion.J...

Tales of a Grandfather: History of Scotland, المجلد 6

Sir Walter Scott - 1861
...hand, according to their favorite mode of fighting. These corps gallantly maintained this natural * " The reason assigned by the Highlanders for their custom...their operations, even when slung behind them, and, on ginning a battle, they can pick them up again along with the arms of their enemies ; but if they...




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