Ay, I remember; you began the story for me one night on the retreat from the COA, but something broke it off in the middle.
This fight at the COA was the first battle fought by this famous brigade, Moore's chosen corps.
Crawford's division still kept beyond the COA, and his cavalry had had several engagements with French reconnoitring parties.
On the 1st of April we again closed up with the enemy on the banks of the COA, near Sabugal.
This time only two of the three brothers were in the field, for William was down with the wound received at the COA.
The next day he came to a town called Ytaua, subject to COA.
We shall in a few days pass the COA, if Mr Frenchman will permit.
It was known afterwards that they were determined to take the cacique of COA from the Governor, if he had requested it.
Napier received it on the anniversary of the battle of the COA, fought thirty-two years earlier.
The French force here is by no means considerable, their main body being between this and the COA.
CoA Co·A (kō'ā')