Urrugne – Ataque (1813)

Fuente original: The Subaltern (Ed. William Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1825)
George Robert Gleig (1796-1888)
Chapter VIII. Página 130.

The continual roar of musketry and of cannon, which was kept up in that direction, proved, at the same time, that a more serious struggle was going on there than any to which we were exposed. It was no rapid, but intermitting rattle, like that which we and our op­ponents from time to time produced; but an un­ceasing volley, as if men were able to fire without loading, or took time to load.
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Autor: George Robert Gleig (1796-1888)
Fecha: 07/11/1813