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" The personal endowments of the Sicques are derived from a temperance of diet, and a forbearance from many of those sensual pleasures which have enervated the Indian Mahometans. A body of their cavalry has been known to make marches of forty or fifty miles,... "
A Journey from Bengal to England, Through the Northern Part of India ... - Page 323
by George Forster - 1808 - 361 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
...Sicques are derived from a temperance of diet, and a forbearance from many of thofe fenfual pleafures which have enervated the Indian Mahometans. A body...fifty miles, and to continue the exertion for many fucceifive days. '• THE forces of this nation muft be numerous, though I am not pofleffed of a»y...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 13

1799
...Sicques are derived from a temperance of diet, and a forbearance from many of thofe fenfual pleafures which have enervated the Indian Mahometans. A body...fifty miles, and to continue the exertion for many fucccflive days. " The forces of this nation mud be numerous, though I am not poffeffed of any fubftantial...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 13

Theology - 1799
...Sicques are derived from a temperance of diet, and a forbearance from many of thofe fenfual pleafures which have enervated the Indian Mahometans. A body...fifty miles, and to continue the exertion for many fucceffive days. " The forces of this nation muft be numerous, though I am not poffeffed of any fubftantial...
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The Monthly Epitome, Volume 2

Great Britain - 1799
...and a forbearance from many of thofe fenlual pleafurcí which have enervated tlie Indian MJhometans. A body of their cavalry has been known to make marches of forty or fifty miles, and to continue the exrrtion for many fucceffivedays. " 1 he forces of this nation mull be numerous, though I am not jjoflelfcd...
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A Narrative of the March and Operations of the Army of the Indus: In the ...

William Hough - Afghan Wars - 1840 - 538 pages
...retirement. (59) " The Sikh troops can undergo great fatigue and make long marches. Forster says, p. 289, " A body of their cavalry has been known to make marches of 40 and 50 miles, and to continue them for many successive days." I was told by Col. Courtlandt that...
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A narrative of the march and operations of the army of the Indus: in the ...

William Hough - History - 1841 - 538 pages
...retirement. (59) " The Sikh troops can undergo great fatigue and make long marches. Forster says, p. 289, " A body of their cavalry has been known to make marches of 40 and 50 miles, and to continue them for many successive days." I was told by Col. Courtlandt that...
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A Narrative of the March and Operations of the Army of the Indus: In the ...

William Hough - Afghan Wars - 1841 - 538 pages
...retirement. (59) " The Sikh troops can undergo great fatigue and make long marches. Fortter says, p. 289, " A body of their cavalry has been known to make marches of 40 and 50 miles, and to continue them for many successive days." I was told by Col. Courttandt that...
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A Narrative of the March and Operations of the Army of the Indus: In the ...

William Hough - Afghan Wars - 1841 - 538 pages
...retirement. (59) " The Sikh troops can undergo great fatigue and make long marches. Fortter says, p. 289, " A body of their cavalry has been known to make marches of 40 and 50 miles, and to continue them for many successive days." I was told by Col. Courtlandt that...
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