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INDIA AND AVGHANISTAU N;
WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE
PRESENT EXCITING AND CRITICAL STATE
FUTURE PROSPECTS OF THOSE COUNTRIES.
COMPRISING REMARKS ON THE MASSACRE OF THE BRITISH ARMY IN
CABUL, BRITISH POLICY IN INDIA, A DETAILED DESCRIPTIVE
CHARACTER OF DOST MAHOMED AND HIS COURT, ETC.
UWith an Appendix
ON THE FULFILMENT OF TEXT OF DANIEL, IN REFERENCE TO THE
PRESENT PROPHETIC CONDITION OF MAHOMEDAN NATIONS
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, AND THE SPEEDY
DISSOLUTION OF THE OTTOMAN
BY J. HARLAN,
STAFF TO DOST MAHOMED, AMEER OF CABUL.
R. BALDWIN, PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON.
Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1842, by JUDAH Dobson, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
C. Sherman, Printer, 19 St. James Street.
Massacre-Whigs-American interest --Tory policy-British
tenure of India-Successful invasion of Cabul by the British
REPLY TO COUNT BJORNSTJERNA'S INDIA, CONTINUED—Misre-
presentations confuted—of topography-of moral obstacles