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" Retiring to the city of Mysore, only nine miles distant from the capital, he recruited his forces with the utmost diligence. A demand was hereupon made that he should discharge his troops, remove to a greater distance, and be content with a fixed allowance... "
Historical and Descriptive Account of British India, from the Most Remote ... - Page 47
by Hugh Murray, James Wilson, Robert Kaye Greville, Robert Jameson, Sir Whitelaw Ainslie, William Rhind, William Wallace, Clarence Dalrymple - 1832
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 6

George Walter Prothero - 1811
...fix his residence at some place more distant from Seringapatam. In replv to which Nunjerai observes to Hyder, * I have made you what you are, and now you refuse me a place in which to hide my head.' It was soon found expedient to make a farther demand on the Raja, and four districts were accordingly...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 5

Asia - 1818
...length usurped, and from whom his persecution actually forced on one occasion the following reproof; " I have made you what you are, and now you refuse me a place in which to hide my head." We have now to observe him reduced to the last extremity by a Brahmin who had hitherto proved the most...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - English literature - 1820
...fix his residence at some place more distant from Seringapatam. In reply to which Nunjerai observes to Hyder, ' I have made you what you are, and now you refuse me a place in which to hide my head.' It was soon found expedient to make a farther demand on the Raja, and four districts were accordingly...
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History of British India: With Continuation Comprising the Afghan War, the ...

Hugh Murray - India - 1850 - 748 pages
...troops, remove l"'Jl*'nh"fmi" to a greater distance, and be content with a fixed allow- NuilemJ. ance for his private expenses. He indignantly wrote in...please ; or what you can. I move not from Mysore." The other immediately proceeded to besiege the city, which, after an obstinate resistance, surrendered...
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Historical and descriptive account of British India, by H. Murray

Hugh Murray - 1855
...his altered condition. Retiring to the city of Mysore, only nine miles distant from the capital, he recruited his forces with the utmost diligence. A...please, or what you can. I move not from Mysore." The other immediately proceeded to besiege the city, which, after an obstinate resistance, surrendered;...
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History of British India: Continued to the Close of the Year 1854

Hugh Murray - India - 1859 - 723 pages
...his altered condition. Retiring to the city of Mysore, only nine miles distant from the capital, he recruited his forces with the utmost diligence. A...please, or what you can. I move not from Mysore." The other immediately proceeded to besiege the city, which, after an obstinate resistance, surrendered...
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Historical Sketches of the South of India, in an Attempt to Trace ..., Volume 1

Mark Wilks - 1869
...his residence at some other place. The answer of Nunjeraj to Hyder was in the following terms : — " I have made you what you are, and now you refuse me...what you please ; or what you can. I move not from Mysoor." Hyder was accordingly ordered in due form to enforce the Raja's commands, and sat down to...
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India on the Eve of the British Conquest: An Historical Sketch

Sidney James Owen - India - 1872 - 419 pages
...from the obligation of maintaining them. The latter replied by a sullen and reproachful defiance. " I have made you what you are : and now you refuse...what you please, or what you can. I move not from Mysoor."* Thereupon, in the conscientious and punctual discharge of his duty to the Raja, Hyder was...
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