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The consternation with which the Indians were filled by the noise and havoc made by the fire-arms, by the im* petuous force of the cavalry, and the fierce onset of the dogs, was so great that they threw down their weapons and fled without attempting resistance.
The rranfitions are fudden and im - petuous; the language full of fire and force; and the imagery carried, without impropriety, to the moft daring height.
I) 22.4 (m) -2.6 (petuous and uncontroullable by) 29.4 (nature, I)] TJ
•ut jtedks; * the crews of wbich ruahed forward with im* petuous vaIor but Utile art, to board those of the enemy*