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" ... out of twelve — placing his young son, a boy of seventeen or eighteen years of age, in the front of the line, in order that the British troops might be induced not to fire on the enemy, but drive them back by the force of the British bayonet. It... "
The victories of the Sutlej, a prize poem. Together with The sailor's ... - 82. oldal
szerző: Henry F. Brooks - 1848
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The War in India: Despatches of Visct. Hardinge, Lord Gough, Sir Harry Smith ...

Henry Hardinge Hardinge - 1846 - 193 oldal
...back by the force of the British bayonet. It was characteristic of the man' to read these details. He had two sons present, one of whom was a civilian,...presence disturbed him, and that if he refused to retire, he would send him away in arrest as a prisoner ; but the presence, he said, of his younger...

The War in India: Despatches of Lt.-Gen. Viscount Hardinge, Governor-general ...

Henry Hardinge Hardinge (Viscount) - 1846 - 151 oldal
...back by the force of the British bayonet. * It was characteristic of the man to read these details. He had two sons present, one of whom was a civilian,...presence disturbed him, and that if he refused to retire, he would send him away in arrest as a prisoner ; but the presence, he said, of his younger...

The War in India: Despatches of ...

1846 - 193 oldal
...them back by the force of the British bayonet. It was characteristic of the man to read these details. He had two sons present, one of whom was a civilian,...presence disturbed him, and that if he refused to retire, he would send him away in arrest as a prisoner ; but the presence, he said, of his younger...

Calcutta Review, 8. kötet

1847
...them back by the force of the British bayonet. It was characteristic of the man to read these details. He had two sons present, one of whom was a civilian, and the other in the army. On the afternoon of the 21st, he sent the civilian to the rear of the army, saying that his presence disturbed...

Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 27. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1852
...the enemy, but drive them back by the force of the British bayonet. It was characteristic of the man. He had two sons present, one of whom was a civilian and the other in the army. On the afternoon of the 21st he sent the civilian to the rear of the army, saying that his presence disturbed...

Essays, Military and Political, Written in India

Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence - 1859 - 483 oldal
...them back by the force of the British bayonet. It was characteristic of the man to read these details. He had two sons present, one of whom was a civilian, and the other in the army. On the afternoon of the 21 st, he sent the civilian to the rear of the army, saying that his presence disturbed...

Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1846
...them back by the force of the British bayonet. It was characteristic of the man to read these details. He had two sons present, one of whom was a civilian,...presence disturbed him, and that if he refused to retire, he would send him away in arrest a prisoner; but the presence, he said, of his younger son,...




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