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" ... which we retired as solemn as that which accompanied our advance ; and we should retire as a conquering, not as a defeated power; but we cannot sanction the occupation of an advanced position beyond the Khyber Pass by Major-General Pollock, unless... "
Memoirs and Corresponence of Major-General Sir William Nott ...: Edited, at ... - Page 27
by Sir William Nott - 1854
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844
...the effect which it would have upon our enemies. Our withdrawal might then be made to rest upon an official declaration of the grounds upon which we...— feel assured that he can, by his own strength, overawe and overcome all who dispute the Pass, and keep up at all times his communication with Peshawur...
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Annual Register

History - 1843
...but we cannot sanction the occupation of an advanced position beyond the Khyber Pass by Major-General Pollock, unless that General should be satisfied that...— feel assured that he can, by his own strength, overawe and overcome all who dispute the Pass, and keep up at all times his communication with Peshawur...
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Annual Register, Volume 84

Edmund Burke - History - 1843
...but we cannot sanction the occupation of an advanced position beyond the Khyber Pass by Major-General Pollock, unless that General should be satisfied that...— feel assured that he can, by his own strength, overawe and overcome all who dispute the Pass, and keep up at all times his communication with Peshawur...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1843
...but we cannot sanction the occupation of an advanced position beyond the Kbyber Pass by Major-general Pollock, unless that general should be satisfied that he can, without depending npon the forbearance of the tribes near the Pass, which, obtained only by purchase, must under all...
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Annual Register

History - 1844
...the effect which it would have upon our enemies. Our withdrawal might then be made to rest upon an official declaration of the grounds upon which we...he can, without depending upon the forbearance of other under General England ; and the body which was the first finally to take the field was that under...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1844
...but we cannot sanction the" occupation of an advanced position beyond the Khyber Pass by Major-GenL Pollock, unless that General should be satisfied that...precarious, and without depending upon the fidelity of the Seikh chiefs, or upon the power of those chiefs to restrain their troops, upon neither of which can...
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Annual Register, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844
...But we cannot sanction the occupation of an advanced position beyond the Khyber Pass by Major-General Pollock, unless that General should be satisfied that...he can, without depending upon the forbearance of 92] ANNUAL REGISTER, 1843. the tribes near the Pass, which, obtained only by purchase, roust under...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 6

Edward Thornton - India - 1845
...but we cannot sanction the occupation of an advanced position beyond the Khyber pass by MajorGeneral Pollock, unless that general should be satisfied that...precarious, and without depending upon the fidelity of the Seik chiefs, or upon the power of those chiefs to restrain their troops, upon neither of which can...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 6

Edward Thornton - India - 1845
...advanced position beyond the Khyber pass by MajorGeneral Pollock, unless that general should be satistied that he can — without depending upon the forbearance...precarious, and without depending upon the fidelity of the Seik chiefs, or upon the power of those chiefs to restrain their troops, upon neither of which can...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1846
...but we cannot sanction t;.. occupation of an advanced position beyond the Khyber Pass by Major-Grol. Pollock, unless that General should be satisfied that...which, obtained only by purchase, must, under all circumstances,be precarious, and without dependiw upon the fidelity of the Seikh chiefs, or upon the...
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