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" Fresh orders were therefore sent to murder them also; but the survivors, not being able to bear the idea of being cut down, rushed out into the compound, and, seeing a well there, threw themselves into it without hesitation, thus putting a period to lives... "
From Hong-Kong to the Himalayas: Or, Three Thousand Miles Through India - Page 209
by Edward Warren Clark - 1880 - 368 pages
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The good soldier, a memoir of sir H. Havelock

William Owen (Independent minister.) - 1858
...Next morning it was found, on opening the doors, that some ten or fifteen females, with a few of the children, had managed to escape from death by falling...under the murdered bodies of their fellow-prisoners. Fresh orders were, therefore, sent to murder these also; but the survivors, not being able to bear...
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The Annals of Indian Administration, Volume 2

Meredith Townsend - Public administration - 1858
...homes. Next morning it was found, on opening the doors, that some 10 or 15 females, with a few of the children, had managed to escape from death by falling and hiding under the murdered bodies of their fellow prisoners. Fresh order was therefore sent to murder these also; but the survivors not being...
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Annals of the Indian Rebellion, 1857-58, Part 2; Part 4; Part 6; Part 9

Noah Alfred Chick - India - 1859 - 932 pages
...homes. Next morning it was found on opening the doors that some ten or fifteen women with a few of the children had managed to escape from death by falling...under the murdered bodies of their fellowprisoners. Fresh order was therefore sent to murder them also, but the survivors, not being able to bear the idea...
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England and India: an essay on the duty of Englishmen towards the Hindoos

Baptist Wriothesley Noel - India - 1859 - 486 pages
...homes. Next morning it was found on opening the doors that some ten or fifteen women with a few of the children had managed to escape from death by falling...under the murdered bodies of their fellow-prisoners. Fresh orders were therefore sent to murder them also; but the survivors, not being able to bear the...
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Historic Incidents and Life in India

Caleb Wright, J. A. Brainerd - India - 1863 - 320 pages
...morning it was found, on opening the doors, that some ten or fifteen females, with a few of the cnildren, had managed to escape from death by falling and hiding...under the murdered bodies of their fellow-prisoners. Fresh orders were, therefore, sent MUTINIES IN JULY. to murder these also; but the survivors, not being...
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Historic Incidents and Life in India

Caleb Wright, J. A. Brainerd - India - 1865 - 320 pages
...Next morning it was found, on opening the doors, that some ten or fifteen females, with a few of the children, had managed to escape from death by falling...under the murdered bodies of their fellow-prisoners. Fresh orders were, therefore, sent to murder these also; but the survivors, not being able to bear...
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From Egypt to Japan

Henry Martyn Field - Asia - 1877 - 424 pages
...Next morning it was found, on opening the doors, that some ten or fifteen women, with a few of the children, had managed to escape from death by falling...bodies of their fellow-prisoners. A fresh order was therefore sent to murder them also ; but the survivors, not being able to bear the idea of being cut...
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From Egypt to Japan

Henry Martyn Field - Asia - 1877 - 424 pages
...Next morning it was found, on opening the doors, that some ten or fifteen women, with a few of the children, had managed to escape from death by falling...bodies of their fellow-prisoners. A fresh order was therefore sent to murder them also ; but the survivors, not being able to bear the idea of being cut...
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Memories of the Mutiny, Volume 1

Francis Cornwallis Maude, John Walter Sherer - India - 1894
...morning (16th July) it was found, on opening the doors, that some 10 or 15 women, with a few of the children, had managed to escape from death by falling...under the murdered bodies of their fellow-prisoners. Fresh orders were then sent to murder them also ; but the survivors, not being able to bear the idea...
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Memories of the Mutiny, Volume 1

Francis Cornwallis Maude, John Walter Sherer - India - 1894
...morning (16th July) it was found, on opening the doors, that some 10 or 15 women, with a few of the children, had managed to escape from death by falling...under the murdered bodies of their fellow-prisoners. Fresh orders were then sent to murder them also ; but the survivors, not being' able to bear the idea...
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