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" I was not annoyed, as such accidents were not unfrequent even when there was no danger to be avoided. It was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator who was watching his crop to show us the way for a short distance, but he urged old... "
The mutinies and the people, or Statements of native fidelity, exhibited ... - Page 122
by Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - 1859
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A Personal Narrative of the Siege of Lucknow: From Its Commencement to Its ...

L. E. Ruutz Rees - Lucknow - 1858 - 380 pages
...not unfrequent even when there was no danger to be avoided. It was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator who was watching his crop...walked quickly away into the canal, running under the Charbagh, in which I fell several times, owing to my shoes being wet and slippery and my feet sore....
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Narrative of the Indian Revolt from Its Outbreak to the Capture of Lucknow

India - 1858 - 452 pages
...not unfrcquent even when there WIM no danger to be avoided. It was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator, who was watching his crop, to show us the way for a short distance, but he Ğrjğed old age and lameness, find another whom I peremptorily told to come with us ran off screaming,...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator, who was watching his crop, to shew us the way for a short distance, but he urged old...walked quickly away into the canal, running under tho Char Bagh, in which I fell several times, owing to my shoes being wet and slippery and my feet...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator, who was watching his crop, to shew us the way for a short distance, but he urged old age and lameness ; nnd another, whom I peremptorily told to come with us, ran off screaming, and alarmed the whole village....
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Heroes of Britain in peace and war, Volume 1

Edwin Hodder - Great Britain - 1878 - 320 pages
...not unfrequent even when there was no danger to be avoided. It was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator who was watching his crop...alarmed the whole village. We next walked quickly away to the canal running under the Charbagh, in which I fell several times, owing to my shoes being wet...
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The History of the Victoria Cross

Philip Aveling Wilkins - Great Britain - 1904 - 442 pages
...unfrequent, even when there was no danger to be avoided. It was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator who was watching his crop...ran off screaming, and alarmed the whole village. We walked quickly away into the canal running under the Char Bagh, in which I fell several times, owing...
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A History of the Indian Mutiny: Reviewed and Illustrated from ..., Volume 2

Sir George Forrest - India - 1904
...was now about midnight. They endeavoured to persuade a cultivator who was watching his crop to show the way for a short distance, but he urged old age and lameness. Kavanagh peremptorily commanded him to accompany them. He ran off screaming and alarmed the dogs of...
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The Mutinies and the People, Or, Statements of Native Fidelity Exhibited ...

Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - India - 1905 - 332 pages
...not unfrequent even when there was no danger to be avoided. It was now about midnight. We endeavoured to persuade a cultivator who was watching his crop...short distance, but he urged old age and lameness, acid another whom I peremptorily told to come us. ran off screaming and alarmed the whgle village....
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