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  • The officer was ordered to evacuate his house by July that year.
  • He soon obliged them to evacuate his part of that country, and he pursued them into their own. Cited from The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. I, Part F, by David Hume
  • As events would show, the enemy was instead massing his forces to evacuate his troops.
  • Realizing that the capital was now lost, Lee decided to evacuate his army.
  • Eventually, he takes the radical decision to evacuate his isolated castle.
  • Lee had attempted, late in February, to evacuate his lines, but was overruled. Cited from Mohun, or, The Last Days of Lee, John Esten Cooke
  • After two months of suffering the patient recovered, being able to evacuate his urine through a fistulous opening that had formed. Cited from Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Gould/Pyle
  • This resulted in crowd trouble which forced English captain Ray Illingworth to evacuate his players from the ground.
  • This seemingly gracious conduct won for Hintza so much confidence that orders were immediately given to evacuate his territory. Cited from The Settler and the Savage, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • General De Wiart was given orders to evacuate his forces on 28 April.
  • The Arabs, emboldened by their victory, demanded that he evacuate his province.
  • In Puerto Rico, waves up to caused significant damage and resulted in the death of one person after he did not evacuate his home.
  • Nicholson was informed that "in principle" it had been decided to evacuate his brigade.
  • Then when Toungoo launched another invasion, Takayutpi was helpless, and decided to evacuate his capital rather than fight.
  • Under the cover of darkness, Mortier used the French flotilla to evacuate his exhausted troops to the south bank.
  • Colonel Vogel asked for a truce to evacuate his wounded, but refused to surrender.
  • Severe Japanese shelling wounded Cannon and he refused to evacuate his post until other wounded Marines were evacuated first.
  • In need of a new prison for captured Union officers, Confederate soldiers gave Libby 48 hours to evacuate his property.
  • Gough arranged a two-hour truce to evacuate his wounded (including Frost), who were taken into captivity.
  • To evacuate his position, however, in the face of the enemy, was a delicate manoeuvre, and must necessarily expose him to severe loss. Cited from History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella V2
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