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" If you should be enabled by a coup-de-main to get possession of Ghuznee and Cabul, you will act as you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring away from the tomb of Mahmood of... "
History of the War in Afghanistan - Page 685
by Sir John William Kaye - 1851
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Volume 6

Great Britain
...instructions of the Governor-General were fulfilled to the letter. General Nott was desired to leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. General Pollock was instructed to exert his force vigorously, giving every proof of British power which...
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Annual Register

History - 1843
...coup-de-main to get possession of Ghuznee and Cabul, you will act as you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring away from the tomb of Mahmood of Ghuznee, his club, which hangs over it ; and you will...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1843
...coup-demam to get possession of Ghuznee and Cabool, you will act as you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You v. ill bring away from the tomb of Mahmood of Ghuznee, his club, which hangs ever it ; and you...
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 2

John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell - 1843
...coup-demain to get possession of Ghuznee and Cahool, you will act as you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring away from the tomb of Mahmood of Ghuznee, his club, which hangs over it ; and you will...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 2

1843
...coup-demain to get possession of Ghuznee and Cahool, you will act as you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring away from the tomb of Mahmood of Ghuznee, his dab, which hangs over it ; and you will...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1844
...coup-de-main to get possession of Ghuznee and Cabool, you will actas you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring away from the tomb ofMahmoodof Ghuznee, his club, which hangs over it ; and you will...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1846
...coup-de-main to get possession of Ghuznee and Cabool, you will act as you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring away from the tomb of Mahmood of Ghuznee, his club, which hangs over it; and you will...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 78

English literature - 1846
...coup-dc-maip to get poffefsion of Ghurnee and Cabool, you will act as you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring awny from the tomb of Mahmood of Ghuznee, his club, which hangs over it ; and you will...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 78

English literature - 1846
...coup-de-jnain to get possession of Ghuznee and Cabool, you will act BS you see fit, and leave decisive proofs of the power of the British army, without impeaching its humanity. You will bring away from the tomb of Mahmood of Ghuznee, his club, which hangs over it ; and you will...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 15

India - 1851
...blood, either before or after reaching Caubul No women were either dishonoured, or murdered, that 1 am aware of. With regard to the destruction of that...documents to Colonel Stewart, for the information of the Governor General. I have the honour to he, Sir, úc. &c., GBO. POLLOCK. We append with great pleasure...
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