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" These words were scarcely spoken before that signal was made, which will be remembered as long as the language, or even the memory, of England shall endure; — Nelson's last signal : — " England expects every man to do his duty !" It was received throughout... "
The Life of Nelson - Página 253
por Robert Southey - 1813
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volumen6

1843
...he asked him, if he did not think there was a signal wanting. Capt. Blackwood made answer, that he thought the whole fleet seemed very clearly to understand what they were about. These wor da were scarcely spoken before that signal was made, which will be remembered as long as the language,...
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The Christian Family Annual, Volúmenes2-3

1843
...of his life. It was on this decisive battle that Nelson gave that memorable signal which will live as long as the language, or even the memory of England shall endure : "ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN TO DO HIS DUTY." The line of battle had been formed, and all hearts were...
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The Christian Family Magazine, Volumen2

1843
...of his life. It was on this decisive battle that Nelson gave that memorable signal which will live as long as the language, or even the memory of England shall endure : "ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN TO DO HIS DUTY." The* line of battle had been formed, and all hearts were...
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Wandering Thoughts, Or Solitary Hours

Philip Tocque - 1846 - 387 páginas
...signal — " England expects every man to do his duty," which will be remembered, as Dr. Southey says, "as long as the language, or even the memory, of England shall endure." This battle took place off Cadiz, on the 21st of October, 1805, when Lord Nelson was killed by a ball...
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The Royal Descent of Nelson and Wellington from Edward I. King of England ...

George Russell French - 1853 - 207 páginas
...last signal ; — " ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN WILL DO HIS DUTY." " which," as Southey nobly says, " will be remembered as long as the language, or even the memory of England shall endure," was the rule and spring of WELLINGTON'S whole life ; and the very last words which NELSON uttered,...
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The History of Carausius, the Dutch Augustus and Emperor of Britain, Zeeland ...

John Watts De Peyster - 1858 - 335 páginas
...the same way that NELSON signalled to his fleet before the battle of Trafalgar that startling appeal, "which will be remembered a,s long as the language, or even the memory of Kngland shall endure, — NELSON'S last signal, — ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN TO DO HIS DUTY !" If...
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Examination papers used at the examinations for admission to the Royal ...

Sandhurst roy. military coll - 1859 - 1869 páginas
...he asked him if he did not think there was a signal wanting ? Captain Blackwood made answer, that he thought the whole fleet seemed very clearly to understand...EXPECTS EVERY MAN TO DO HIS DUTY." It was received throughout the fleet with a shout of answering acclamations, made sublime by the spirit which it breathed...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen109

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1861
...asked Captain Blackwood if he did not think there was a signal wanting. ' Blackwood made answer that he thought the whole fleet seemed very clearly to understand what they were about. The words were scarcely spoken before that signal was made which will be remembered as long as the...
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Annals of the Wars of the Nineteenth Century, Volumen1

Sir Edward Cust - 1862
...he asked Blackwood if he did not think there was yet a signal wanting. The Captain answered that he thought the whole fleet seemed very clearly to understand what they were about. Nelson remarked that he must give the tars something by way of fillip ; and, after musing awhile, he...
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A reading book for evening schools, selected and ed. by C.K. Paul

Charles Kegan Paul - 1864
...he asked him if he did not think there was a signal wanting. Captain Blackwood made answer that he thought the whole fleet seemed very clearly to understand...expects every man to do his duty ! ' It was received throughout the fleet with a shout of answering acclamation, made sublime by the spirit which it breathed,...
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