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" English could never penetrate into the mountains of Nepal. Then ensued the first of those numerous expeditions into the interior of the great hill-ranges surrounding India, in which the Anglo-Indian government has ever since been at intervals engaged.... "
History of the Political and Military Transactions in India During the ... - 80. oldal
szerző: Henry Thoby Prinsep - 1825 - 487 oldal
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Our Indian empire

Charles MacFarlane - 1844
...of Nepaul. The Nepaulese frontier was about 600 miles in length and for the most part very rugged; and the enemy had the command of all the passes of the forest, as well as the hills.* Lord Moira found • Hiitory of the Political and Military Tramnrtinns ID India during the AdminUinitinn...

A history of British India

Charles MacFarlane - 1853
...frontiers. The Nepaulese frontier was about 600 miles in length, and for the most part very rugged ; and the enemy had the command of all the passes of the forests and hills.* Very few parts of the country had ever been examined by Europeans. The Nepaulese...

The Great Battles of the British Army

Charles Mac Farlane - 1853
...conquerors. The Nepaulese frontier was about 600 miles in length, and for the most part exceedingly rugged j and the enemy had the command of all the passes of the mountains and forests. Very few parts of the country had ever been examined by Europeans. The Nepaulese...

A History of British India: From the Earliest English Intercourse to the ...

Charles MacFarlane - 1853 - 640 oldal
...frontiers. The Nepaulese frontier was about 600 miles in length, and for the most part very rugged ; and the enemy had the command of all the passes of the forests and hills.* Very few parts of the country had ever been examined by Europeans. The Nepaulese...

The cabinet history of England, an abridgment of the chapters entitled ...

Charles MacFarlane, George Lillie Craik - 1855
...British. The Nepaulese frontier was about six hundred miles in length, and for the most part very rugged ; and the enemy had the command of all the passes of the forest and jungles as well as of the hills. Little, very little, was known either of the interior of the country...

The Cabinet History of England, Civil, Military and ..., 13. kötet

Charles MacFarlane - 1855
...British. The Nepaulese frontier was about six hundred miles in length, and for the most part very rugged ; and the enemy had the command of all the passes of the forest and jungles as well as of the hills. Little, very little, was known either of the interior of the country...

History of British India: From the Earliest English Intercourse

Charles MacFarlane - 1873 - 651 oldal
...frontiers. The Nepaulese frontier was about 600 miles in length, and for the most part very rugged; and the enemy had the command of all the passes of the forests and hills.* Very few parts of the country had ever been examined by Europeans. The Nepaulese...

The Rise of the British Dominion in India

Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - 1893 - 288 oldal
...hill-ranges surrounding India, in which the Anglo-Indian Government has ever since been at intervals engaged. The frontier which was to be the scene of war stretched...miles, and the enemy had the command of all the passes leading up into the highlands. The attack was made by the English at three separate points ; and although...

The Rise and Expansion of the British Dominion in India

Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - 1894 - 355 oldal
...hill-ranges surrounding India, in which the Anglo-Indian government has ever since been at intervals engaged. The frontier which was to be the scene of war stretched...miles, and the enemy had the command of all the passes leading up into the highlands. The attack was made by the English at three separate points; and although...

History of India, 6. kötet;8. kötet

Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, Sir William Wilson Hunter - 1907
...SHIELD. since been at intervals engaged. The frontier which was to be the scene of war stretched for a distance of about six hundred miles, and the enemy had the command of all the passes leading up into the highlands. The attack was made by the English at three separate points; and although...




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