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" General commanding feels assured that officers and men will cheerfully make any sacrifices 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... "
Asiatic Journal - Page 14
1842
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Memorials of Affghanistan: Being State Papers, Official Documents ...

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - Afghan Wars - 1843 - 304 pages
...these troops will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude of all India, and the Major-General Commanding, feels assured, that Officers and men will...attain so noble an object. He therefore now calls uppn the Brigadiers to assemble the Commanding Officers under their orders, and determine on the least...
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Calcutta Review, Volumes 11-12

India - 1849
...immediate advance to the relief of that garrison, the order proceeds in this solderly strain — " Success in relieving these troops will raise for this...least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp-followers, with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 11

India - 1849
...that garrison, the order proceeds in this solderly strain — " Success in relieving these troopa ' will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude...on the least quantity of baggage and the smallest ' member of camp-followers, with which their regiments can ad' vance. The success of this enterprise...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 2

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1851
...these troops will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude of all India, and the Major-General commanding feels assured that officers and men will...least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp-followers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 2

Afghan Wars - 1851 - 690 pages
...these troops will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude of all India, and the Major-General commanding feels assured that officers and men will...Brigadiers to assemble the commanding officers under lheir orders, and determine on the least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp-followers...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 2

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1851
...these troops will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude of all India, and the Major-General commanding feels assured that officers and men will...Brigadiers to assemble the commanding officers under iheir orders, and determine on the least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of camp-followers...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 3

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1858
...will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude of all India, and the Major-General command in feels assured that officers and men will cheerfully...least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of campfollowers with which their regiments can advance. The success of this enterprise will greatly depend...
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Life of Sir Henry Lawrence, Volume 1

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - Colonial administrators - 1872
...soldierly order to the troops Pollock had reminded them that success in relieving the Jellalabad garrison " will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude...least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of .3amp-followers with which Iheir regiment can advance." The order was well responded to. Day after...
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Life of Sir Henry Lawrence, Volume 1

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - Colonial administrators - 1872
...garrison " will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude of all India ; and the Major-General commanding feels assured that officers and men will...least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of jamp-followers with which their regiment can advance." The order was well responded to. Day after day...
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Life of Sir Henry Lawrence, Volume 1

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - Colonial administrators - 1872
...garrison " will raise for this force the admiration and gratitude of all India ; and the Major-General commanding feels assured that officers and men will...least quantity of baggage and the smallest number of ^amp-followers with which their regiment can advance." The order was well responded to. Day after day...
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