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" My fears for the camp and followers are great; but alas, I know not myself. My back is bent with weakness and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it. I have committed numerous crimes and... "
Asiatic Journal - Page 88
1842
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 7

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1877
...Wherever I look I see nothing but the Divinity. My fears for the camp and followers are great; but, alas! I know not myself. My back is bent with weakness,...power of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and has left not even hope behind it. I have committed numerous crimes, and know not with what punishments...
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A History of the Deccan, Volume 1

James Dunning Baker Gribble - Deccan (India) - 1896
...Wherever I look I see nothing but the Divinity. My fears for the camp and followers are great, but alas! I know not myself. My back is bent with weakness...which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it. 1 have committed numerous crimes and know not with what punishment I may be seized. Though the Protector...
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Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han

Rajputana (India) - 1957
...: but, alas ! I know not myself. " My back is bent with weakness, f.nd my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left...not even hope behind it. I have committed numerous orimes, and know not with \vhat punishments I may be seized. Though the protector of mankind will guard...
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