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" Kelati-Ghilzye, and Candahar ; to the security of our troops now in the field from all unnecessary risk ; and, finally, to the re-establishment of our military reputation by the infliction of some signal and decisive blow upon the... "
Life of Sir Henry Lawrence - Page 365
by Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - 1872
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844
...hereafter take must ret solely upon military considerations, and have, in the first instance, regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Gliuznee, at Khelat-i-Ghilzie, and Candahar ; to I lie security of our troops now in the field from...
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Annual Register

History - 1843
...hereafter take, must rest solely upon military considerations, and have, in the first instance, regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, at Kelat-i-Ghilzye, and Candahar, to the security of our troops now in the field from all unnecessary...
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Annual Register, Volume 84

Edmund Burke - History - 1843
...hereafter take, must rest solely upon military considerations, and have, in the first instance, reganl to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, at Kelat-i-Ghilzye, and Candahar, to the security of our troops now in the field from all unnecessary...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1843
...hereafter take must rest solely upon military considerations, and have, in the first instance, regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, at Khelat-i-Ufailzie, and Candaban, to the security of our troops DOW in the field from all unnecessary...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1844
...hereafter take, must rest solely upon military considerations, and have, in the first instance, regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, at Kelat-i-Ghilzye, andCandahar, to the security of our troops now in the field from all unnecessary...
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Annual Register, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844
...hereafter take must rest solely upon military considerations, and have, in the first instance, regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, at Khelat-i-Ghilzie, and Candahar ; to the security of our troops now in the field from all unnecessary...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany

Asia - 1845
...military considerations," a position recognized by Lord Auckland, " and have in the first instance regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, Ghuzneo, Khelat-iGhilzic, and Candahar, to the security of our troops now in the field from all unnecessary...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 2

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1851
...hereafter take must rest solely upon military considerations, and hence, in the first instance, regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, at Khelat-i-Ghilzye and Candahar; to the security of our troops, now in the field, from all unnecessary...
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the house of commons

sir robert peel bart - 1853
...hereafter take must rest solely upon military considerations, and have, in the first instance, regard to the safety of the detached bodies of our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, at Khelat-i-Ghilzie, and C'andahar, to the security of our troops now in the field from all unnecessary...
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Life of Sir Henry Lawrence

Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - Colonial administrators - 1873 - 627 pages
...well have been allowed fourteen days and nights to ponder it. On the 1 5th March, Lord Ellenborough pronounced for War. He reviewed the position. He declared...first instance, " to the safety of the detached bodies ot our troops at Jellalabad, at Ghuznee, and at Khilat-i-Ghilzye, and Candahar;" and "finally to the...
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