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" ... cannot be resisted on the coast of England without a fleet to impeach it ; no, nor on the coast of France, or any other country, except every creek, port, or sandy bay had a powerful army in each of them to make opposition. "
Military Expeditions Beyond the Seas - Page 342
by George Armand Furse - 1897
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The History of the World: In Five Books. Viz. Treating of the ..., Volume 5

Sir Walter Raleigh - Guiana - 1820
...enemy's country, and the place left to the choice of the invader. Hereunto I say, that such an army cannot be resisted on the coast of England without...powerful army in each of them to make opposition. For, let his whole supposition be granted, that Kent is able to furnish twelve thousand foot ; and...
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt: The history of the world

Sir Walter Raleigh - Great Britain - 1829
...enemy's country, and the place left to the choice of the invader. Hereunto I say, that such an army cannot be resisted on the coast of England without...a powerful army in each of them to make opposition : for let his whole supposition be granted ; that Kent is able to furnish twelve thousand foot; and...
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Parliamentary and political miscellanies [afterw.] miscellany, ed. by C.P ...

Parliamentary and political miscellany - 1851
...strengthened with many fortified places, and this of ours, where our ramparts are but the bodies of men. But I say that an army to be transported over sea,...powerful army in each of them, to make opposition. For let the supposition be granted, that Kent is able to furnish twelve thousand foot, and that those...
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The fifteen decisive battles of the world, from Marathon to Waterloo, Volume 2

sir Edward Shepherd Creasy - 1851
...strengthened with many fortified places ; and this of ours, where our ramparts are but the bodies of men. But I say that an army to be transported over sea,...powerful army, in each of them, to make opposition. For * " Historie of the World," pp. 799—801. let the supposition be granted, that Kent is able to...
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The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World: From Marathon to Waterloo

Edward Shepherd Creasy - Battles - 1851 - 364 pages
...to be lauded again in an enemy's country, and the place left to the choice of the invader, can not be resisted on the coast of England without a fleet...powerful army in each of them to make opposition. For let the supposition be granted that Kent is able to furnish twelve thousand foot, and that those...
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The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World: From Marathon to Waterloo

Edward Shepherd Creasy - Battles - 1851 - 386 pages
...be landed again in an enemy's country, and the place left to the choice of the invader, can not he resisted on the coast of England without a fleet to...powerful army in each of them to make opposition. For let the supposition be granted that Kent is able to furnish twelve thousand foot, and that those...
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The life and times of Sir Walter Ralegh: with copious extracts from his ...

Charles Whitehead - 1854 - 309 pages
...enemy's country, and the place left to the choice of the invader. Hereunto I say that such an army cannot be resisted on the coast of England without...or any other country — except every creek, port, and sandy bay had a powerful army in each of them to make opposition ; for let his whole supposition...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 30

Henry Allon - 1859
...resisted1 oil ™e coast of England without a ' ' '' ' ' , Weet'to irtipe'aeih |i, ipj'no'f on 'ifte 'coast of France or any other country, except every...port, or sandy bay had a powerful army in each of thi'iil to make opposition. Fo"r there'is no man ignorant' that ships, without patting^'themselves...
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Military maxims & apophthegms of commanders. The soldier's diary. Compiled ...

Bartle Teeling - 1881
...strengthened with many fortified places, and this of ours, where our ramparts are but the bodies of men. But I say that an army to be transported over sea,...powerful army in each of them to make opposition. — Sir Walter Raleigh. -June 12 Whenever it falls to the lot ot an individual to be entrusted •with...
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The later decisive battles of the world, from Hastings to Waterloo, an ...

sir Edward Shepherd Creasy - 1885
...strengthened with many fortified places ; and this of ours, where our ramparts are. but the bodies of men. But I say that an army to be transported over sea,...powerful army, in each of them, to make opposition. For let the supposition be granted that Kent is able to furnish twelve thousand foot, and that those...
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