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" ... more troops. But God Almighty directed everything for the best. He had not the heart to satisfy even his own army; and would not part with any of his treasure. Indeed, how was it possible that he should satisfy his troops, when he was himself miserly... "
History of India - Page 251
edited by - 1907
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Memoirs of Zehir-Ed-Din Muhammed Baber: Emperor of Hindustan

Babur (Emperor of Hindustan) - Asia, Central - 1826 - 432 pages
...should satisfy his troops, when he was himself miserly to the last degree, and beyond measure avaricious in accumulating pelf? He was a young man of no experience....in battle without foresight. While the troops were 1 That is, of the Ottomans. .' The meaning assigned to Tura, here, and in several other places, is...
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 4

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1872
...should satisfy his troops, when he was himself miserly to the last degree, and beyond measure avaricious in accumulating pelf? He was a young man of no experience....vicinity, with guns, branches of trees, and ditches, Darwesh Muhammad Sarb&n said to me, "You have fortified our ground in such a way that it is not possible...
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Memoirs of Zehīr-Ed-Dīn Muhammed Bābur: Emperor of Hindustan, Volume 2

Babur (Emperor of Hindustan) - Chagatai language - 1921
...should satisfy his troops, when he was himself miserly to the last degree, and beyond measure avaricious in accumulating pelf ? He was a young man of no experience....fortifying their position in Panipat and its vicinity, with guns,a branches of trees, and ditches, Derwlsh Muhammed Sarban said to me, ' You have fortified our...
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Anthologie Mondiale de la Stratégie. Anglais

Gérard Chaliand - History - 1994 - 1072 pages
...should satisfy his troops, when he was himself miserly to the last degree, and beyond measure avaricious in accumulating pelf? He was a young man of no experience....vicinity, with guns, branches of trees, and ditches, Muhammed Sarban said to me, "You have fortified our ground in such a way that it is not possible he...
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