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" From the manner in which these men were treated, or rather treated themselves, I frequently wished for the power of migrating into the body of a Sicque for a few weeks — so well did these cavaliers fare. "
A Journey from Bengal to England: Through the Northern Part of India ... - Page 229
by George Forster - 1808 - 334 pages
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A Journey from Bengal to England: Through the Northern Part of ..., Volumes 1-2

George Forster - Afghanistan - 1798 - 297 pages
...From the manner in which thefe men were treated, or rather treated themfelves, I frequently wifhed for the power of migrating into the body of a Sicque for a few weeks — fo well did thefe cavaliers fare. No fooner had they alighted than beds were provided for their...
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A Journey from Bengal to England, Through the Northern Part of ..., Volume 1

George Forster - India - 1808
...kafilah halted until the 15th, when we proceeded to Kheynsapoor — ten cosses. At this-place, I saw twb Sicque horsemen, who had been sent from their country...repose, and their horses were supplied with green -b*rley pulled out of the field. The Kafilah travellers were contented to lodge on the ground, and...
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The Literary Panorama, Volume 4

English literature - 1808
...revenues of certain customhouses. From the manner in which these men were treated, or rather legaled themselves, I frequently wished for the power of migrating into the body of a Sicrjue fora feur weeks. No sooner had they alighted, than beds were prepared for their repose, and...
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A General Collection of Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of ..., Volume 23

William Fordyce Mavor - 1810
...high rfcspect shown to these men, and the excellence of their accommodations, Mr. Forster Ardently wished for the power of migrating into the body of a Sicque, or of assuming such an appearance. " No sooner," says he, " had the cavaliers alighted, than beds were...
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Historical and Statistical Memoir of Dehra Doon

G R C Williams - Dehra Dūn (India) - 1874 - 332 pages
...service of the great Company Bahader : " from the manner in which these men were treated, or rattier t treated themselves, I frequently wished for the power...migrating into the body of a Sicque for a few weeks.*" Their horses were foddered with green barley torn from the standing crop, and we may hence infer how...
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History of Uttaranchal

Omacanda Hāṇḍā - Uttarakhand (India) - 2002 - 248 pages
...country to receive the Siringnaghur tribute, which is collected from the revenue of certain custom-house. From the manner in which these men were treated, or...these cavaliers fare. No sooner had they alighted than bets were provided for their repose, and their horses were supplied with green barley pilled out of...
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