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  • The result mortified the captain intensely; and deeming his convoy of little further use, he steamed toward Cairo in quest of other imaginary batteries, while I re-embarked at Caseyville, and continued up the Ohio undisturbed.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • When it comes to the question of why the Persians 'cavalry did not feature in the battle at all — or at least in Herodotus' account of it — our authors adopt the standard notion that either the cavalry had not yet been disembarked or it had been but was then re-embarked to sail for Athens by the time the infantry forces collided.

    A Battle of Long-Running Interest

  • No guns will be abandoned before Coruna, but what are left at Coruna will be mentioned and re-embarked.

    Belloc Speaks - On the Decline of the Book

  • But a violent storm arose, and there was no harbour in which the fleet could find shelter; so the greater part of the army re-embarked and sailed round the promontory called

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • Unsuccessful women - the “returned empties” - re-embarked for Britain in the spring.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Engaging the Sicyonians in the flat country, they defeated them, killing about seventy men and capturing by assault the fortres of Derae. 654 After these achievements this first reinforcement from Dionysius re-embarked and set sail for

    Hellenica

  • But everything went against him in Lesbos; so he re-embarked his troops and sailed back to Chios.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • When he re-embarked on his film career, he did so with a vengeance.

    'I'm Like a Catalyst'

  • On the following day they re-embarked the army and coasted along, touching at the cities which they passed, with the exception of Locri,39 until they came to the promontory of

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • Satisfied that she was not the object of his search, he quietly re-embarked in the Government steamer along-side, and steamed home again with the intelligence.

    Reprinted Pieces

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