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" ... shot, and who came thus frankly to solicit assistance from his enemy. It is unnecessary to add, that it was instantly afforded. He recovered, and when discharged from the hospital, signified his desire to return to his corps to combat us again; exhibiting... "
Holy Himalaya: The Religion, Traditions and Scenery of a Himalayan Province ... - Page 120
by E. Sherman Oakley - 1905 - 319 pages
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 15; Volume 33

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1821
...corps to combat us again; exhibiting thus, through the whole, a strong sense of the value of generosity in warfare, and also of his duty to his country, —...he owed his own, to fight against us collectively.' After the evacuation of Kalnnga, our army in that quarter moved to the westward, General Martindale...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 1

Periodicals - 1833
...signified his desire to return to his corps to combat us again ; exhibiting thus, through the whole, a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy...from the duty he owed his own, to fight against us collect' vely. — FRAZER'S Journal. CONTENT. — I knew a man that had wealth and riches, and several...
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The Saturday magazine

1833
...signified his desire to return to his corps to combat us again ; exhibiting thus, through the whole, a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy...individuals of our nation from the duty he owed his own, to flght agaiust us collectively. — FRAZEH'S Journal. CONTENT. — I knew a man that had wealth and...
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Tales of the Wars; Or, Naval and Military Chronicle: To which is ..., Volume 3

Great Britain - 1838
...signified his desire to return to his corps to combat us again; exhibiting thus, through the whole, a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy...owed his own to fight against us collectively. The remainder of the garrison of Kalunga, with their commander, Bhulbudder Sing, to the number of about...
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The Terrific record; and chronicle of remarkable and interesting events

...signified his desire to return to. nis corps to combat us again ; exhibiting thus, through the whole, a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy...his duty to his country, separating completely, in hit own mind, private and national feelings, from each other, and his frank confidence in the individuals...
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Narrative of a five year's residence at Nepaul, Volumes 1-2

Thomas Smith (Captain.), Sir David Ochterlony - History - 1852
...signified his desire to return to his corps to combat us again ; exhibiting thus through the whole a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy...separating completely in his own mind private and national feeling from each other. The remainder of the garrison of Kalunga with their commander Bhulbudder Sing,...
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Notes on Nepal

Eden Vansittart - Ethnology - 1992 - 212 pages
...hospital, signified his desire to return to his corps to fight us again, exhibiting thus through the whole a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy...separating completely in his own mind private and national feeling from each other. During the assaults on the fort, women were seen hurling stones, and undauntedly...
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History of Uttaranchal

Omacanda Hāṇḍā - Uttarakhand (India) - 2002 - 248 pages
...signified his desire to return to his corps to combat us again: exhibiting thus, through the whole, a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy...he owed his own, to fight against us collectively." Major General JS Wood was ordered to clear the territory of Gorakhpur, east of Kumaon, which the Gurkhas...
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The Terrific Record and Chronicle of Remarkable and Interesting ..., Volume 1

1849
...signified his desire to return to. his corps to combat us again ; exhibiting thus, through the whole, a strong sense of the value of generosity and courtesy in warfare, and also of his duly to his country, separating completely, in his own mind, private and national feelings from each...
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