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" An occasional spy did indeed come in with the object of inducing our sepoys and servants to desert ; but the intelligence derived from such sources was, of course, entirely untrustworthy. We sent our messengers, daily calling for aid and asking for information,... "
Annals of the Indian Rebellion, 1857-58 - Page 869
by Noah Alfred Chick - 1859 - 932 pages
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The Defence of Lucknow: A Diary Recording the Daily Events During the Siege ...

Thomas Fourness Wilson - India - 1858 - 224 pages
...walls, to the exploded mines, to the open breaches, to the shattered and disabled guns and defences, and lastly to the long and melancholy list of the brave...might take the necessary measures for assisting them in forcing their way in. The sixth day, however, expired, and they came not ; but for many evenings...
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Lieut.-general sir James Outram's campaign in India, 1857-1858, comprising ...

sir James Outram (1st bart.) - 1860
...information, none of whom ever returned until the twenty-sixth day of the siege, when a pensioner named Ungad came back with a letter from General Havelock's camp,...in order that we might take the necessary measures or assisting them while forcing their way in. The sixth day, however, expired, and they came not; but...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence, Part 1

1860
...daily, calling for aid and asking for information, none of whom ever returned, until the twenty-sixth day of the siege, when a pensioner, named Ungud, came...us in five or six days. A messenger was immediately dispatched, requesting that, on the evening of their arrival on the outskirts of the city, two rockets...
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volume 8

John Frederick Smith - Great Britain - 1864
...camp, informing us that they were advancing with a force sufficient to bear down all opposition, aud would be with us in five or six days. A messenger was immediately dispatched, requesting that on tho evening of their arrival on the outskirts of tho citj-, two rockets...
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History of the Indian Mutiny, 1857-1858: Commencing from the Close ..., Volume 1

George Bruce Malleson - India - 1878
...officer's Quartermaster - General, LieutenantColonel Fraser-Tytler. The letter stated that " Havelock was advancing with a force sufficient to bear down all opposition, and would arrive in five or six days." t Brigadier Inglis at once resolved to smooth the way for the relieving...
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Guizot's Popular History of England : from the Accession of Victoria, 1837-1874

Guizot (M., François) - Great Britain - 1881 - 539 pages
...daily, calling for aid and asking for information, none of whom ever returned, until the twentysixth day of the siege, when a pensioner named Ungud came...opposition, and would be with us in five or six days The sixth day, however, expired, and they came not. We knew not then, nor did we learn till the 29th...
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A Popular History of England: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 5

Guizot (M., François) - Great Britain - 1881
...twentysixth day of the siege, when a pensioner named Ungud came back with a letter from General Havelock 's camp, informing us that they were advancing with a...all opposition, and would be with us in five or six da}rs The sixth day, however, expired, and they came not. We knew not then, nor did we learn till the...
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The Indian mutiny of 1857

George Bruce Malleson - History - 1891 - 421 pages
...messenger, who had been sent out again, returned with a letter from Tytler stating that ' Havelock was advancing with a force sufficient to bear down all opposition, and would arrive in five or six days.' Inglis replied by despatching, by Angad, to Havelock a plan of his position...
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Historical Records of the 32nd (Cornwall) Light Infantry, Now the 1st ...

G. C. Swiney - 1893 - 386 pages
...information, none of "whom ever returned until the 26th day of the siege, when a "pensioner, named Nugud, came back with a letter from General " Havelock's...on the outskirts of " the city two rockets might be thrown up, in order that we might " take the necessary measures in assisting them while forcing their...
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Annual Register, Volume 99

Edmund Burke - History - 1858
...shattered and disabled guns and defences, and lastly, to the long and melancholy list of the brave aud devoted officers and men who have fallen. These silent...requesting that on the evening of their arrival on the outskjrts of the city, two rockets might be sent up, in order that we might take the necessary measures...
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