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  • said to come through the Old Fr. from the Span. celada, Ital. celata, Lat. caelata, sc. cassis, engraved helmet, caelare, to engrave, chase (see Helmet).
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  • protection. On 18 Aug. 1813 in an attack, in force, on the batteries of Cassis, when the citadel battery was carried by escalade and three gunboats and
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  • Morio, Montf. 408. Side view of the outer lip, to shew the canal. 410. Cassis tuberosa, reduced. 411. —— erinaceus. Cassidea, Sw. 412. —— testiculus.
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  • under Capt. Thos. Ussher, in a very gallant attack on the batteries at Cassis, where, after sustaining a loss of 4 men killed and 16 wounded, the British
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  • The two principal divisions of the operculated race are represented by Cassis and Murex; the genera of the first have been pretty correctly made out;
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  • squadron under Capt. Thos. Ussher in a very gallant attack on the batteries at Cassis, where, after sustaining a loss of 4 men killed and 16 wounded, the British
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  • Lieut. Dalhousie Tait, at the destruction, near Marseilles, of the fort of Cassis, and the bringing out thence of several merchant-vessels, in July and Oct
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  • commanding the Barfleur’s barge in a brilliant attack on the batteries at Cassis, where, after sustaining a loss of 4 killed and Ifj wounded, the British
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  • Triton. Alata Rostellaria, Strombus, Pteroceras. Purpurifera Cassidaria, Cassis, Ricinula, Purpura, Monoceros, Concholepas. Harpa, Dolium, Buccinum, Eburna
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  • following, he participated in a very gallant attack on the batteries of Cassis, and capture of a large convoy in the mole of that place. He was afterwards
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  • the false varices. We have already intimated our belief that Murex and Cassis represent two equivalent groups; and these, as containing several established
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  • personal direclions. Sir John Sinclair, after the powerful batteries at Cassis, a town situated between Toulon and Marseilles, had been carried by a detachment
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  • two cutters under his orders, in a brilliant attack on the batteries at Cassis, where, after sustaining a loss of 4 men killed and 16 wounded, the British
    474 bytes (534 words) - 19:09, 31 March 2015
  • Narcisse Delamarre A celebrated French numismatologist and writer, b. at Cassis (Provence), 1716; d. in Paris, 1795. He began his classical studies at the
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  • bigane possessed vsed or excered the same And lykwayes with consent foirsaid Cassis annullis abrogattis retreittis and rescindis All and quhatsumeuir thingis
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  • Italy; and on 8 Aug. 1813, at the taking, in a gallant attack on the town of Cassis, near Toulon, of five land-batteries, three heavy gun-boats, and 25 sail
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  • squadron in a very gallant attack made, 18 Aug. 1813, on the batteries at Cassis, where, after sustaining a loss of 4 men killed and 16 wounded, the British
    489 bytes (529 words) - 09:33, 2 November 2015
  • near Marseilles, assisted, we understand, in capturing, beneath those of Cassis, a convoy of 26 sail, together with 2 heavy gun-boats, after an opposition
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  • under Capt. Thos. Ussher, in a very gallant attack made on the batteries at Cassis, where, after sustaining a loss of 4 men killed and 16 wounded, the British
    516 bytes (713 words) - 10:22, 6 November 2014
  • names are given by Cæsar as Cenimagni, Segontiaci, Ancalites, Bibroci, and Cassi, all of whom submitted. From them Cæsar learnt that Cassivellaunus had not
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