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" He is described as deeply sensible to the kindness of Lake, on whom he bestowed several titles, such as " the sword of the state, the hero of the land, the lord of the age, and the victorious in war. "
Historical and Descriptive Account of British India, from the Most Remote ... - Page 164
by Hugh Murray, James Wilson, Robert Kaye Greville, Robert Jameson, Sir Whitelaw Ainslie, William Rhind, William Wallace, Clarence Dalrymple - 1832
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Notes Relative to the Late Transactions in the Marhatta Empire: Fort William ...

Marquess Richard Wellesley Wellesley - India - 1804 - 197 pages
...ashghah ul m,ulk, khan dowran khan, general Gerard Lake lahadur, futtek Jung; signifying in Engfisb, " The sword of the state^ the hero of the land, the lord of the gge, and the victorious in These important victories rescued the unfortunate emperor Shah isoa Aulum...
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The history of British India, Volume 3

James Mill - 1817 - 777 pages
...Empire, Sumsam u dmolah ashgar ul mulk, Khan dowran Khan, General Gerard Lake bahadur,futteh jung : The sword of the state, the hero of the land, the lord of the age, and the victorious in war." f Though mention is made of the surrender of no more than one other French officer, named Doderneque...
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History of the Wars of the French Revolution, from the Breaking Out of the ...

Edward Baines - Europe - 1818
...of royal favour, the emperor conferred on the general the second title in the empire ; signifying " The sword of the state, the hero of the land, the lord of age, and the victorious in war." Oil the 24th of September General Lake moved from the city of Delhi,...
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The History of British India, Volume 6

James Mill - Hindus - 1826
...Empire, Sumsam u dowlah ashgar ul mulk, Khan dowran Khan, General Gerard Lake bahadur, futteh Jung : The sword of the state, the hero of the land, the lord of the age, and the victorious in war."2 Though mention is made of the surrender of no more than one other French officer, named Doderneque...
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Life of ... the duke of Wellington

James Edward Alexander (sir.) - 1840
...shewed all the respect in his power to his deliverer, calling him by the second titles of his empire ; " The sword of the state, the hero of the land, the lord of the age, and the victorious in war." The country of Delhi being now settled under the government of its ancient princes, the British army...
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Continental India: Travelling Sketches and Historical ..., Volume 1

James William Massie - India - 1840
...and his progress was sure. He was both a general and a soldier. The emperor of Delhi entitled him " the sword of the state, the hero of the land, the lord of the age, and the victorious in war." Lord Wellesley lauds the " indefatigable activity, zeal, ability, and energy of General Lake, whose...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 3

Edward Thornton - India - 1842
...he bestowed on General Lake a host of titles, in testimonial of his bravery and military skill — the sword of the state, the hero of the land, the lord of the age, and the victorious in war. Such were the terms in which, in the spirit of Oriental exaggeration, the services of the British commander...
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Our Indian empire

Charles MacFarlane - 1844
...deliverer, and gave him— which was about all he could give — a series of sounding Oriental titles, as "The Sword of the State, the Hero of the Land, the Lord of the Age, and the Victorious in War." [The aged descendant of the great Timour had some reason to rejoice at being received into British...
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The Pictorial History of England During the Reign of George the Third: 1802-1820

George Lillie Craik - Great Britain - 1844
...deliverer, and gave him — which was about all he could give — a series of sounding Oriental titles, as " The Sword of the State, The Hero of the Land, The Lord of the Age, and The Victorious in War." [The aged descendant of the great Timour had some reason to rejoice at being received into British...
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History of British India: With Continuation Comprising the Afghan War, the ...

Hugh Murray - India - 1850 - 748 pages
...entered Delhi without re- His reception sistance. He immediately requested and obtained an at DclhL audience of the sovereign, with whom a secret communication...and the victorious in war." All his adherents, and especially the inhabitants Hla welcome of Delhi, expressed delight on this occasion, and the *y""'licopte...
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