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Death of Sir John Moore
Death of Sir John Moore, La Coruna, Spain, 17th January 1809 (1815). Moore (1761-1809) commanded the British forces at the Battle of Corunna (La Coruna) during the Peninsular War. Retreating from a much larger French army commanded by Marshal Soult, the British were able to hold the French off long enough to be evacuated by sea. Moore was mortally wounded in the battle, and was buried at midnight in La Coruna Citadel. He was the subject of Charles Wolfe's poem The Burial of Sir John Moore, published in 1817. From The Martial Achievements of Great Britain and her Allies from 1799 to 1815 by James Jenkins, 1815.
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