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" It is as well as it is. I had rather it should go out of the field with me ;" and in that manner, so becoming to a soldier, Moore was borne from the fight. "
The General Biographical Dictionary - Page 331
edited by - 1815
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A Narrative of the Campaign of the British Army in Spain

James Carrick Moore - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1809 - 388 pages
...for " that purpose, his sword, hanging on the " wounded side, touched his arm, and became " entargled between his legs. I perceived " the inconvenience,...had " rather it should go out of the field with me.' " Here J feel that it would be improper (1 for my pen to venture to express the admi** ration with...
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A narrative of the campaign of the British Army in Spain: commanded by His ...

James Carrick Moore - Peninsular War, 1807-1814 - 1809 - 324 pages
...blanket to the rear. In raising him for that purpose, his sword, hanging on the wounded side, touched his arm, and became entangled between his legs. I...in a very distinct voice, * It is as well as it is. 1 " had rather it should go out of thefield with me' " Here I feel that it would be improper for my...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 56

1809
...wounded side touched his arm. and became entangled between his legs. I perceived the inconveniences, and was in the act of unbuckling it from his waist,...usual tone and manner, and in a very distinct voice, * // is as u-fll as if is ; / had rather it should go nut of the jltld tcitfi me.' " Here I feel t'lat...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1810
...blanket to the rear; in raising him for that purpose his sword, hanging ou the vrouuded side, touched his arm, and became entangled between his legs, I...manner, and in a very distinct voice,' It is as well at it is. . I had rai/ie r it thouid go out of t/iejxld with w»c.' Here 1 feel that it \\uuld be i»proper...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 1

Walter Scott - Europe - 1810
...Captain Hardinge began to unbuckle it ; but the general said, in his usual tone and manner, and in a distinct voice, " It is as well as it is ; I had rather it should go out of the field with me." Six soldiers of the 42d and the guards bore him. Hardinge, observing his composure, caught at the hope...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1810
...'Captain Hardinge began to unbuckle it ; but the general said, in his usual tone and manner, and in a distinct voice, " It is as well as it is ; I had rather it should go out of the field with me." Six soldiers of the 42d and the guards bore him. Hardinge, observing his composure, caught at the hope...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volume 1, Part 1

Europe - 1810
...Captain Hardinge began to unbuckle it ; but the general said, in his usual tone and manner, and in a distinct voice, " It is as well as it is ; I had rather it should go out of the field with me." Six soldiers of the 42d and the guards bore him. Hardinge, observing his composure, caught at the hope...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 30

1810
...perceived the mconve' nience, and was in the act of nii' buckling ^ from his waist, when ' he said, in hi usual tone and ' manner, and in a very distinct ' voice, ' It is well as it it. I 1 hud rather it should go out of the 'field with me.' " Here I feel that it would...
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The Royal military chronicle; or, The British officer's monthly ..., Volumes 1-5

1811
...blanket to the rear. In raising him for that purpose, his sword, hanging on the wounded side, touched his arm, and became entangled between his legs. I...in a very distinct voice, ' It is as well as it is. 1 had rather it should go out of the field with me.' " Here I feel that it would be improper for my...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 36

Theology - 1811
...blanket to the rear. In raifing him for that purpofe, hi? fword, hanging on the wounded fide, touched his arm, and became entangled between his legs. I .perceived the inconvenience, and was in the aft of unbuckling it from his waift, when he faid, in his ufual tone and manner, and in a very diilinft...
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