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" When we could no longer remain inside, on account of the smoke and heat, we threw off the clothes we had, and each taking a musket, charged through the fire. Seven of us, out of twelve, got into the water ; but before we had gone far, two poor fellows... "
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
...the insurgents followed us • along both banks, wading and firing as fast as tbuy could. After wo had gone about three miles down the stream, one of...artilleryman, to rest himself, began swimming on his bad;, and not knowing in what direction he was swimming got on shore and •was killi.il. When wo had...
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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
...fellows were shot, there were only five of us left now ; we had to swim whilst the enemy followed us on both banks wading and firing as fast as they could....rest himself, began swimming on his back, and not seeing in which direction he was swimming, floated to the shore and got killed. When we had got six...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...gone far, two poor fellows were shot. There were only five of us left now; and we had to swim whilst the insurgents followed us along both banks, wading...and firing as fast as they could. After we had gone three miles down the stream [probably swimming and wading by turns], one of our party, an artilleryman,...
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The illustrated history of the British empire in India and the ..., Volume 4

Edward Henry Nolan - 1878
...gone far, two poor fellows were shot. There were only five of us left now, and we had to swim whilst the insurgents followed us along both banks, wading...and firing as fast as they could. After we had gone three miles down the stream [probably swimming and wading by turns ], one of our party, an artilleryman,...
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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
...time. There was nothing left but to charge and drive them away, so fourteen of us were told to go and do what we could. Directly we got on shore the insurgents...firing as fast as they could. After we had gone about 3 miles down the stream, one of our party, an artillery man, to rest himself began swimming on his...
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The Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 1

Sir William Wilson Hunter - Great Britain - 1885 - 392 pages
...himself. Finding they could do nothing against us while we remained inside, they heaped wood all round and set it on fire. When we could no longer remain...firing as fast as they could. After we had gone about 3 miles down the stream, one of our party, an artilleryman, to rest himself, began swimming on his...
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