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" We gave ourselves up, and were taken six miles inland to the Raja, who treated us very kindly, giving us clothes and food. " We stayed with him for about a month, as he would not let us leave, saying the roads were unsafe. At last he sent us off on the... "
Gazetteer of the province of Oudh - Page 206
1877
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Narrative of the Indian Revolt from Its Outbreak to the Capture of Lucknow ...

India - 1858 - 452 pages
...who was friendly to the English. We gave ourselves up, and were taken six miles inland to the Raj:ih, who treated us very kindly, giving us clothes and food. We stayed with him for about a month, as lie would not let us leave, saying the roads were unsafe. At last he sent us nff on the 29th of July...
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The mutinies and the people, or Statements of native fidelity, exhibited ...

Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - 1859
...who was friendly to the English. We gave ourselves up and were taken six miles in land to the Rajah who treated us very kindly, giving us clothes and...about a month as he would not let us leave, saying that the roads are unsafe. At last he sent us off on the 29th July to the right bank of the river to...
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Annals of the Indian Rebellion, 1857-58, Part 2; Part 4; Part 6; Part 9

Noah Alfred Chick - India - 1859 - 932 pages
...miles inland, to the raja, who treated us very kindly, giving us clothes and food. We stayed with him about a month, as he would not let us leave, saying...roads were unsafe. At last he sent us off on the 29th July, to the right bank of the river, to a zemindar of a village, who got us a hackery, and we took...
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Report of Tours in the Gangetic Provinces from Badaon to Bihar, in 1875-76 ...

Sir Alexander Cunningham - Ganges River Valley (India and Bangladesh) - 1880 - 197 pages
...would take us to their raja, who was friendly to the English. We gave ourselves up, and were taken 6 miles inland to the raja, who treated us very kin-dly,...the roads were unsafe. At last he sent us off on the agth of July, to the right bank of the river, to a zemindar of a village, who got us a hackery."1 XIV.—...
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The Mutinies and the People, Or, Statements of Native Fidelity Exhibited ...

Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - India - 1905 - 332 pages
...who was friendly to the English. We gave ourselves up and were taken six miles in land to the Rajah who treated us very kindly, giving us clothes and food. We stayed with him * for about am^nth as he would not let us leave, saying that the roads are unsafe. At last he sent us off on the...
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