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" Park, which was occupied by the enemy. I went within twenty yards of two guns to see what strength they were, and returned to the guide, who was in great alarm, and begged I would not distrust him because of the mistake, as it was caused by his anxiety... "
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
...Oude, and lamentation that it was now in the hands of wretches whose misgovernment and rapacity were ruining it. " A further walk of a few miles was accomplished...was caused by his anxiety to take me away from the piquets of the enemy. I bade him not to be frightened of me, for I was not annoyed, as such accidents...
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A personal narrative of the siege of Lucknow

L E Ruutz Rees - 1858
...Oude, and lamentation that it was now in the hands of wretches whose misgovernment and rapacity were ruining it. " A further walk of a few miles was accomplished...was caused by his anxiety to take me away from the piquets of the enemy. I bade him not to be frightened of me, for I was not annoyed, as such accidents...
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Narrative of the Indian Revolt from Its Outbreak to the Capture of Lucknow

India - 1858 - 452 pages
...ruining it. escape. It will give me great satisfaction to hear that he hai been suitably rewarded. "A further walk of a few miles was accomplished in...was caused by his anxiety to take me away from the pickets of the eneny. I bade him not to be frightened of me, for 1 was not annoyed, as such accidents...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...trouble before us. We had taken the wrong road, and were now quite out of our way in the Dil Koosha Park, which was occupied by the enemy. I went within...was caused by his anxiety to take me away from the pickets of the enemy. I bade him not to be frightened of me, for I was not annoyed, as such accident*...
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Heroes of Britain in peace and war, Volume 1

Edwin Hodder - Great Britain - 1878 - 320 pages
...spirits when we reached the green fields, into which I had not been for five months. ... A farther walk of a few miles was accomplished in high spirits....was caused by his anxiety to take me away from the pickets of the enemy. I bade him not to be frightened of me, for I was not annoyed, as such accidents...
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Brave Deeds

John Townsend Trowbridge - Courage - 1902 - 383 pages
...trouble before us. We had taken the wrong road, and were now quite out of our way in the DilkooMiah Park, which was occupied by the enemy. I went within twenty yards of two guns, to we wh.it :>tivii'.rh they were, and returned to the guide, who w.is in great alarm, and Ix^rired...
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A history of the Indian mutiny: reviewed and illustrated from original documents

Sir George Forrest - India - 1904
...miles' tramp was pleasant. Then they discovered that they had lost their way and were in the Dilkoosha Park, which was occupied by the enemy. " I went within...anxiety to take me away from the picquets of the enemy." Kavanagh reassured the man by informing him such accidents were frequent even when there was no danger...
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The History of the Victoria Cross

Philip Aveling Wilkins - Great Britain - 1904 - 442 pages
...trouble before us. We had taken the wrong road, and were now quite out of our way — in the Dilkoosha Park, which was occupied by the enemy. I went within...was caused by his anxiety to take me away from the picquet of the enemy. I bade him not to be frightened of me, for I was not annoyed, as such accidents...
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The Mutinies and the People, Or, Statements of Native Fidelity Exhibited ...

Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - India - 1905 - 332 pages
...spirits, but there was trouble before us. We had taken the wrong road and were nqw quite oift-otou"* way in the Dilkooshah Park, which was occupied by...anxiety to take me away from the picquets of the enemy. J[ bade him not. to be frightened of me for I was not annoyed, as such accidents were v not unfrequent...
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