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Another day the duke's bailiff came to Hellesdon with 300 men to see if the place were assailable.LANDHOLDING IN ENGLANDJOSEPH FISHER
But he soon found that the position extended too far southward to be assailable by his limited forces.THE RELIEF OF MAFEKINGFILSON YOUNG
A modern general would certainly have guarded with special care the flank that was most easily assailable.BATTLES OF ENGLISH HISTORYH. B. (HEREFORD BROOKE) GEORGE
With great activity and energy, therefore, they betook themselves to the fortification of every assailable point.GREAT EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICACHARLES A. GOODRICH
A part were stationed in the city, a part at Brooklyn, Long Island, and detachments at various other assailable points.GREAT EVENTS IN THE HISTORY OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICACHARLES A. GOODRICH
He was assailable and punishable at last, then, this potent tyrant—but the attack must be made warily and cautiously.THE BOOK-HUNTERJOHN HILL BURTON
He prepared for both contingencies, posting careful men at every assailable point.THE FRONTIER FORTW. H. G. KINGSTON
From praying and swearing he fell to weeping, but the stony-hearted little tyrant was not assailable by tears or entreaties.THE BUNSBY PAPERSJOHN BROUGHAM
We shall begin naturally with the Bible, as giving us the earliest historical point at which Christianity is assailable.IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?WILLIAM HURRELL MALLOCK
The camp was more easily assailable from without and less defensible than if the attack was made from inside.THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY IN ALL ITS STARTLING DETAILSI. WINDSLOW AYER

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