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- n. Plural form of heighth; an archaic variant of heights.
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“The point is that the sea level height rise to be considered is small compared to the surge heighths to be considered”
The point is that the sea level highth rise to be considered is small compared to the surge heighths to be considered, so the additional amount of protection to be added will be small.
We were all disappointed in Seigles dutch 11th Corps they did not stand up to the work well Our Brigade was complimented by Gen. Meade, for our Bravery. the battle will probably be called the Battle of Chauncerville. there was a battle going on at Fredricksburg at the same time our men drove them from the heighths but they returned with overwhelming force & retook them.
As Mr. Waller did not come up to the heighths of those who were for unlimited monarchy, so he did not go the lengths of such as would have sunk the kingdom into a commonwealth, but had so much credit at court, that in this parliament the King particularly sent to him, to second his demands of some subsidies to pay the army; and Sir
I have suffered to the heighths and cannot suffer any more. "