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" Singh was not to compromise themselves with the English by destroying an isolated division, but to get their own troops dispersed by the converging forces of their opponents. Their desire was to be upheld as the ministers of a dependent Kingdom by grateful... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 548
1849
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A History of the Sikhs: From the Origin of the Nation to the Battles of the ...

Joseph Davey Cunningham - Punjab (India) - 1849 - 425 pages
...of the enemy. The object, and Tejn8h "'deed, of Lal Singh and Tej Singh was not to comsmgh. promise themselves with the English by destroying an isolated...conquerors, and they thus deprecated an attack on Feerozpoor, and assured the local British authorities of their secret and efficient good will. But...
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History of British India: With Continuation Comprising the Afghan War, the ...

Hugh Murray - India - 1850 - 748 pages
...!iin& proceedings of the Seiks, " was not to compromise themselves with the English by destroy ing an isolated division, but to get their own troops...conquerors, and they thus deprecated an attack on Ferozepore, and assured the local British authorities of their secret and efficient good will. But...
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A History of the Sikhs: From the Origin of the Nation to the Battles of the ...

Joseph Davey Cunningham - Sikhs - 1853 - 473 pages
...lej ISmgh was not to com- ofLaisingb. promise themselves with the English by destroying an and TfJ isolated division, but to get their own troops dispersed...conquerors, and they thus deprecated an attack on Feerozpoor, and assured the local British authorities of their secret and efficient good-will. But...
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Political and Military Events in British India: From the Years ..., Volume 1

William Hough - India - 1853
...a bold front to the overwhelming force of the enemy. The object, indeed, of Lall Sing and Tej Sing, was not to compromise themselves with the English,...destroying an isolated division, but to get their own 1 December, 1845. 2 Cunningham, 304. troops dispersed by the converging forces of their opponents."...
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a history of the sikhs from the origin of the nation to the battles of the ...

joseph davey cunningham - 1918
...themselves with the English and Tej by destroying an isolated division, but to get their own Singh. troops dispersed by the converging forces of their...conquerors, and they thus deprecated an attack on Ferozepore, and assured the local British authorities of their secret and efficient goodwill. But these...
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A History of the Sikhs from the Origin of the Nation to the Battles of the ...

Joseph Davey Cunningham, H.L.O. Garrett - History - 1994 - 429 pages
...themselves with the English and^Tej"8 by destroying an isolated division, but to get their own singntroops dispersed by the converging forces of their opponents....conquerors, and they thus deprecated an attack on Ferozepore, and assured the local British authorities of their secret and efficient goodwill. But these...
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Advance Study in the History of Modern India (Volume-2: 1803-1920)

G. S. Chhabra - India - 2005 - 680 pages
...naturally anxious to welcome it. Nor were all the Lahore chiefs satisfied. Their object, writes Cunningham, "was not to compromise themselves with the English...division but to get their own troops dispersed by the covering forces of their opponents. Their desire was to be upheld as the ministers of a dependent kingdom...
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