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" Disasters unparalleled in their extent, unless by the errors in which they originated, and by the treachery by which they were completed, have in one short campaign been avenged upon every scene of past misfortune ; and repeated victories in the field,... "
Asiatic Journal - Page 392
1842
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 53

England - 1843
...restored, he lost, by the hands of an assassin, the throne he had only held amidst insurrections, and his death was preceded and followed by still existing...field, and the capture of the cities and citadels of Ghazni and Cabul, have again attached the opinion of invincibility to the British arms. " The British...
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The United Service Magazine, Part 1

Military art and science - 1843
...the repeated victories in field, and the capture of the cities and citadels of Ghuznee and Cabool, have again attached the opinion of invincibility to...possession of Afghanistan will now be withdrawn to the Sntledge. The Governor-General will leave it to the Affghans themselves to create a government amidst...
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Annual Register, Volume 84

Edmund Burke - History - 1843
...restored, he lost, by the hands, of an assassin, tho throne he had only held amidst insurrections, and his death was preceded and followed by still existing...British arms. " The British army in possession of Affghanistan will now be withdrawn to the Sutlej. The Governor-General will leave it to the Affghans...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 53

England - 1843
...restored, he lost, by the hands of an assassin, the throne be had only held amidst insurrections, and his death was preceded and followed by still existing...field, and the capture of the cities and citadels of Ghazui and Cabul, have again attached the opinion of invincibility to the British arms. " The British...
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Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 1

John Holmes Agnew - 1843
...restored, he lost by the hands of an assassin the throne he had unly held amidst insurrection, and his death was preceded and followed by still existing...field, and the capture of the cities and citadels of GhuzneeandCabul, have again attached the opinion of invincibility to the Bri'.ish arms. " The British...
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Memorials of Affghanistan: Being State Papers, Official Documents ...

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - Afghan Wars - 1843 - 304 pages
...restored, he lost by the hands of an assassin the throne he had only held amidst insurrections, and his death was preceded and followed by still existing...field, and the capture of the cities and citadels of Ghuznie and Cabool, have again attached the opinion of invincibility to the British arms. " The British...
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Personal narrative of the campaigns in Affghanistan, Sinde, Beloochistan ...

William Edward Steele - 1843
...throne he had only held amidst insurrections, and his death was preceded and followed by still-existing anarchy. " Disasters unparalleled in their extent,...capture of the cities and citadels of Ghuznee and Cabool, have again attached the opinion of invincibility to the British arms. "The British army in...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 13

1843
...they were completed, have in one short campaign been avenged upon every scene of past misfortune j and repeated victories in the field, and the capture...opinion of invincibility to the British arms." The Whig- Radicals and their journals are greatly indignant at this sentence. They accuse Lord Ellenborough...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1844
...restored, he lost by the hands of an assassin the throne he had only held amidst insurrections, and his death was preceded and followed by still existing...field, and the capture of the cities and citadels of <jhuzia and Cabool, have again attached the opinion of Invincibility to the British arms. " The British...
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Recollections of Four Years' Service in the East with H.M. Fortieth Regiment ...

John Martin Bladen Neill - Afghan Wars - 1845 - 364 pages
...restored, he lost by the hands of an assassin the throne he had only held amidst insurrections, and his death was preceded and followed by still existing...capture of the cities and citadels of Ghuznee and Cabool, have again attached the opinion of invincibility to the British arms. The British army in possession...
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