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" Sikh territories, I wished to put myself in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity should offer, of attempting the conquest of the Punjab, and aspired to the honour of planting the BRITISH STANDARD on the banks of the Attock, "
Military Memoirs of Mr. George Thomas; Who, by Extraordinary Talents and ... - Page 130
1805 - 383 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 134

1871
...matchlocks, and powder, and, in short, made the best preparations for carrying on an offensive or defensive war, till at length having gained a capital and country, bordering on the Sikh territories, I wished to put myself in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity should offer,...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 27

1806
...mufquets, matchlocks and powder, and in (hort, made the beft preparations for carrying on an offenfive and defenfive war, till at length having gained a...territories, I wifhed to put myfelf in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity mould offer, of attempting the conqueft of the Punjab, and afpired to the honor...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 27

1806
...mufquets, matchlocks and powder, and in fhort, made the belt preparations for carrying on an offenfive and defenfive war, till at length having gained a...capital and country bordering on the Seik territories, I wiflied to put myfelf in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity mould offer, of attempting the conqueft...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 27

1806
...matchlocks and powder, and in Ihort, made the beft preparations for carrying on an offenfive and defensive war, till at length having gained a capital and country bordering on the Seik territories, I wiflied to put myfelf in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity fliould offer, of attempting the...
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The Monthly Review

1806
...matchlocks and powder, and in short, made the best preparations for carrying on an offensive and defensive war, till at length having gained a capital and country bordering on the Scik territories, I wished to put myself in a capacity when a favorable opportunity should <jfftr of...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 6

Charles Brockden Brown - 1806
...matchlocks, and powder, and, in short, made the best preparations for carrying on an offensive and defensive war, till at length, having gained a capital and country bordering on the Sei k territories, I wished to put myself In a capacity, when a favourable opportunity should offer,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 111

1871
...matchlocks, and powder, and, in short, made the best preparations for carrying on an offensive or defensive war, till at length having gained a capital and country, bordering on the Sikh territories, I wished to put myself in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity should offer,...
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The Moghul Empire: From the Death of Aurungzeb to the Overthrow of the ...

Henry George Keene - 1866 - 278 pages
...in my army and country .... cast my own artillery, commenced making muskets, matchlocks, and powder till at length, having gained a capital and country bordering on the Sikh territories, I wished to put myself in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity should offer,...
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The Fall of the Moghul Empire: An Historical Essay, Being a New Ed. of The ...

Henry George Keene - 1876 - 308 pages
...(!) in my army and country cast my own artillery, commenced making muskets, matchlocks, and powder till at length, having gained a capital and country bordering on the Sikh territories, I wished to put myself in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity should offer,...
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The Fall of the Moghul Empire of Hindustan

Henry George Keene - 1887 - 299 pages
...army and country cast my own artillery, commenced making muskets, matchlocks, and powder . . . . . till at length, having gained a capital and country bordering on the Sikh territories, I wished to put myself in a capacity, when a favourable opportunity should offer,...
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