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" ... to attain so noble an object. He therefore now calls upon the brigadiers to assemble the commanding officers under their orders, and determine on the least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp followers with which their regiments can... "
The Calcutta Review - Page 467
1849
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Memorials of Affghanistan: Being State Papers, Official Documents ...

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - Afghan Wars - 1843 - 304 pages
...quantity of baggage, and the smallest number of Camp followers, with which their Regiment can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend...baggage taken, as from the nature of the country between Jellalabad, the line most consistent with security, must be as little encumbered as possible. " The...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 2

Afghan Wars - 1851 - 690 pages
...quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp-followers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend...Major- General commanding trusts that the confidence he fi-els in the troops will be repaid by their confidence in him. The soldiers may rest assured that...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 2

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1851
...quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp-followers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend...from the nature of the country between Peshawur and Jellalahad, the line most consistent with safety must be as little encumhered as possible. The Major-...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 2

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1851
...quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp-followers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend upon the quantity of baggage token, as from the nature of the country between Peshawur and Jellalabad, the line most consistent...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 3

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1858
...quantity of baggage and the smallest number of campfollowers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend...line most consistent with safety must be as little incumbered as possible. The Major-General commanding trusts that the confidence he feels in the troops...
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The Life and Correspondence of Field-Marshall Sir George Pollock ...

Charles Rathbone Low - India - 1873 - 560 pages
...quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp followers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend...safety must be as little encumbered as possible. The Major-General commanding trusts that the confidence he feels in the troops will be repaid by their...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1842
...quantity of baggage, and the smallest number of camp followers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend...taken, as, from the nature of the country between Jellalabad, the line most consistent with security must be as little encumbered as possible. Th» M»jor-...
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