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History of the War in Afghanistan - Page 556
by Sir John William Kaye - 1851
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 53

England - 1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cabul ; and you must feel, as I do, that the loss of another army, from...our government in India. " I do not undervalue the account which our government in India would receive from the successful execution by your are the objects...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 2

1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which ted to the destruction ol the army at Cabool : and you must feel, as I do, that the loss of another army, from...execution by your army of a march through Ghuznee and Cabool, over the scenes of our late disasters. I know all the effect which it would have upon the midst...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cabul ; and you must feel as I do, that the loss of another army, from...execution by your army of a march through Ghuznee and Cabul, over the scenes of our late disasters. I know all the effect which it would have upon the minds...
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art ..., Volume 2

John Holmes Agnew - 1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cabool : and you must feel, as I do, that the loss of another army, from...execution by your army of a march through Ghuznee and Cabool, over the scenes of our late disasters. I know all the effect which it would have upon the midst...
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 2

John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell - 1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cahool : and you must feel, as I do, that the loss of another army, from...Government in India would receive from the successful eAcution by your army of a march through Ghuznee and Cabool, over the scenes of our late disasters....
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 53

England - 1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cabul ; and you must feel, as I do, that the loss of another army, from...our government in India. " I do not undervalue the account which our government in India would receive from the successful execution by your army of a...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cabool : and you must feel, as I do, that the loss of another army, from...fatal to our Government in India. I do not undervalue tbe aid which our Government in India would receive from the successful execution by your army of a...
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Annual Register

History - 1843
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cabul ; and you must feel as I do, that the loss of another army, from whatever cause it might arise, might he fatal to our Government in India. I do not undervalue the aid which our Government in India would...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1844
...and the inclemency of the season, which led to the destruction of the army at Cabool ; and you must feel as I do, that the loss of another army, from...execution by your army of a march through Ghuznee and Cabool, over the scenes of our late disasters. I know all the effect which it would have upon the minds...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 6

Edward Thornton - India - 1845
...that which is due to successful exertion in providing the means of making it. His lordship writes : " I do not undervalue the aid which our government in...execution, by your army, of a march through Ghuznee and Kabool, over the scene of our late disasters. I know all the effect which it would have upon the minds...
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