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" August — or thirty-five days later — that the relieving force, after having fought most nobly to effect our deliverance, had been obliged to fall back for reinforcements ; and this was the last communication we received until two days before the arrival... "
Annals of the Indian Rebellion, 1857-58 - Page 869
by Noah Alfred Chick - 1859 - 932 pages
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A memoir, letters, and diary of ... Henry S. Polehampton, ed. by E. and T.S ...

Henry Stedman Polehampton - 1858
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Outram on the 25th of September. " Besides heavy visitations of cholera...and lassitude which, in the absence of all material substances save coarse beef and still coarser flour, none have been able entirely to get over. The...
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A Memoir, Letters, and Diary

Henry Stedman Polehampton - India - 1858 - 414 pages
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Outram on the 25th of September. " Besides heavy visitations of cholera...and lassitude which, in the absence of all material substances save coarse beef and still coarser flour, none have been able entirely to get over. The...
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Day by Day at Lucknow: A Journal of the Siege of Lucknow

Adelaide Case, Mrs. Case (Adelaide) - India - 1858 - 348 pages
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Outram on the 25th of September. " Besides heavy visitations of cholera...eruption, it has merged into a low fever, combined with diarrho3a ; and although few or no men have actually died from its effects, it leaves behind a weakness...
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Annual Register

History - 1858
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Oulram on the 25th of September. " Besides heavy visitations of cholera...garrison. Commencing with a very painful eruption, it lias merged into a low fever, combined with diarrhoea ; and although few or no men have actually died...
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A memoir, letters, and diary of ... Henry S. Polehampton, ed. by E. and T.S ...

Henry Stedman Polehampton - 1859
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Outram on the 25th of September. " Besides heavy visitations of cholera...has merged into a low fever, combined with diarrhoea ; nd although frw or no men have actually diei! from its It kve Mimil a weakness ami lassitude...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Outram, on the 25th of September. 'Besides heavy visitations of cholera and small-pox, we have also had to contend aguinst a sickness which has almost universally pervaded the garrison. Commencing with a very painful...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence, Part 1

1860
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Outram on the 25th of September. Besides heavy visitations of cholera and...eruption, it has merged into a low fever, combined with diarrhosa ; and although few or no men have actually died from its effects, it leaves behind a weakness...
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volume 8

John Frederick Smith - Great Britain - 1864
...Sir James Outraui on September '2 jth. Besides heavy visitations of cholera aud small-pox, wo havo also had to contend against a sickness which has almost universally pervaded tho garrison. Commencing with a very painful eruption, it has merged into a low fever, combined with...
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Historical Records of the 32nd (Cornwall) Light Infantry, Now the 1st ...

G. C. Swiney - 1893 - 386 pages
..." the city two rockets might be thrown up, in order that we might " take the necessary measures in assisting them while forcing their " way in. "The...merged into a low fever, combined with diarrhoea; but, " although few or no men have actually died from its effects, it leaves "behind a weakness and...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 1

Military art and science - 1858
...last communication we received until two days before the arrival of Sir James Outram, on the 25th of September. Besides heavy visitations of cholera and...or no men have actually died from its effects, it loaves behind a weakness and lassitude which, in the absence of all material sustenance, save coarse...
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