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" Sir James did not encourage me to undertake the journey, declaring that he thought it so dangerous that he would not himself have asked any officer to attempt it. I, however, spoke so confidently of success, and treated the dangers so lightly, that he... "
The mutinies and the people, or Statements of native fidelity, exhibited ... - Page 120
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 (India) - 1858 - 380 pages
...confidently of success, and treated the dangers so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding that if I succeeded in reaching the Commander-in-Chief,...prospect of an eternal separation. When I left home about seven o'clock in the evening, she thought I was going on duty for the night to the mines, for I was...
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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
...confidently of success, and treated the dangers so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding that if I succeeded in reaching the Commander-in-Chief,...prospect of an eternal separation. When I left home about seven o'clock in the evening, she thought I was going on duty for the night to the mines, for I was...
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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
...confidently of success, and treated the dangers so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding that if I succeeded in reaching the Commander-in-Chief,...him. " I secretly arranged for a disguise, so that my deparNOV.] MR. KAVANAGH'S NARRATIVE. 307 ture might not be known to my wife, as she was not well enough...
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Narrative of the Indian Revolt from Its Outbreak to the Capture of Lucknow

India - 1858 - 452 pages
...and treated the dangers to lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding that UI succeeded in reaching the Commander-in-Chief my knowledge would be a great help to him. " It was along no ordinary road we went, but over ditches and hedges, partially filled or levelled...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...confidently of success, and treated the dangers so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding, that if I succeeded in reaching the commander-in-chief,...of an eternal separation. When I left home, about seven o'clock in the evening, she thought I was gone on duty for the night to the mines ; for I was...
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The History of the Indian Revolt and of the Expeditions to Persia, China ...

George Dodd - China - 1859 - 634 pages
...confidently of success, and treated the dangers so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding, that if I succeeded in reaching the commander-in-chief,...enough to bear the prospect of an eternal separation. \Vhen I left home, about seven o'clock in the evening, she thought I was gone on duty for the night...
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Heroes of Britain in peace and war, Volume 1

Edwin Hodder - Great Britain - 1878 - 320 pages
...confidently of success, and treated the danger so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding that, if I succeeded in reaching the Commander-in-Chief,...prospect of an eternal separation. When I left home about seven o'clock in the evening she thought I was going on duty for the night to the mines, for I was...
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Heroes of Britain in Peace and War

Edwin Hodder - Heroes - 1883
...confidently of success, and treated the danger so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding that, if I succeeded in 'reaching the Commander-in-Chief, my knowledge would be a great help to bun. "I secretly arranged for a disguise, so that my departure might not be known to my wife, as she...
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The History of the Victoria Cross

Philip Aveling Wilkins - Great Britain - 1904 - 442 pages
...confidently of success, and treated the danger so lightly, that he at last yielded, and did me the honour of adding that if I succeeded in reaching the Commander-in-Chief my knowledge would be of great help to him. I secretly arranged for a disguise so that my departure might not be known to...
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The Mutinies and the People, Or, Statements of Native Fidelity Exhibited ...

Sambhu Chandra Mookerjee - India - 1905 - 332 pages
...me to undertake the journey, declaring that he thought it so / (dangerous that he would not himielf have asked any officer to attempt it. I however spoke...to bear the prospect of an eternal separation. When J left home about 7 , o'clock in the evening, she thought I was gone on duty for the night to the mines,...
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