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" Kashghar, until they were reduced to the greatest straits. First they ate their horses, then the dogs and cats, then their leather boots and straps, the saddles of their horses, and the strings of their bows. At last they would collect together in parties... "
Central Asia: Travels in Cashmere, Little Thibet and Central Asia - Page 91
1893 - 294 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 139

1874
...only allow of about six months), the Chinese and their Toork partisans defended the city of Kashghur, until they were reduced to the greatest straits. First...horses, then the dogs and cats, then their leather boots and straps, the saddles of their horses, and the strings of their bows. At last they would collect...
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Visits to High Tartary, Y‚rkand, and K‚shgar (formerly Chinese Tartary): And ...

Robert Shaw - Asia, Central - 1871 - 486 pages
...only allow of about six months) the Chinese and their Toork partisans defended the city of Kashghar, until they were reduced to the greatest straits. First...horses, then the dogs and cats, then their leather boots and straps, the saddles of their horses, and the strings of their bows. At last they would collect...
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Visits to High Tartary, Y‚rkand, and K‚shgar (formerly Chinese Tartary): And ...

Robert Shaw - Asia, Central - 1871 - 486 pages
...only allow of about six months) the Chinese and their Toork partisans defended the city of Kashghar, until they were reduced to the greatest straits. First...horses, then the dogs and cats, then their leather boots and straps, the saddles of their horses, and the strings of their bows. At last they would collect...
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ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY OF TRAVEL, EXPLORATION, AND ADVENTURE CENTRAL ASIA ...

BAYARD TAYLOR - 1874
...together by the desire of plunder, and attacked Kashghar. The Chinese and " their TurEASTEKN CAMEL. coman partisans defended the city, until they were reduced...horses, then the dogs and cats, then their leather boots and straps, the saddles of their horses and the strings of their bows. At last they would collect...
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Central Asia: From the Aryan to the Cossack

James Hutton - Asia - 1875 - 472 pages
...their surest auxiliary. And the besieged were reduced to a sorry plight. ' First,' says Mr Shaw, ' they ate their horses, then the dogs' and cats, then their leather boots and straps, the saddles of their horses, and the strings of their bows. At last, they would collect...
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Holy War in China: The Muslim Rebellion and State in Chinese Central Asia ...

Hodong Kim - History - 2004 - 320 pages
...Kashghar to submit. One eyewitness relates the wretched condition in the town on the eve of surrender. First they ate their horses, then the dogs and cats, then their leather boots and straps, the saddles of their horses, and the strings of their bows. At last they would collect...
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