Banda and Kirwee Booty; Judgment of the Right Honourable Stephen Lushington, D.C.L., Delivered on the 30th of June 1866

Banda and Kirwee Booty; Judgment of the Right Honourable Stephen Lushington, D.C.L., Delivered on the 30th of June 1866

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ...the isolated fact of the aid that he rendered at Calpee, and it may be contended whether Sir Hugh Rose did or did not enable General Whitlock to take Kirwee "itliout a conflict, that, according to the arguments that have been advanced that aid was manifested in the exhausted condition of the country by the previous amP'1l"$, which were perfected by the ultimate capture of Calpee which was the conclusion of Sir Hugh Rose's operations in the Bundelcund tefriiory-and Elleis l'" Call show that the taking of Calpee exerci--ed an immediate effectiipon bee 8_1rrender of Kirwee, however meritorious the assistance you rendered may,0 "I has not of _a nature so directly influencing the event through which 3 _l1 eaim as to entitle you in virtue of that assistance to refer that claim. I lhmk l Shall be in a osition to b ' fi I b f re our Lordldhi vide 'h' h will Pmve demonstriitivel that llyf eC?al dle exercised Iiineimmniigil lc important and d_ _ Y e a o p, _ e ia e, an an immed; t _a irect influence upon the movements of Narain Rao, and was iu e--' 1. 'ti this ll" I"l i.'l"i'.Li'i .'?"'lf..."....i th position occu _ d b _ p rpose, at s ia_ ii _ r p _ 0 e P"? y Sir Hugh Rose early in the month of February, in order that your Lordshi is-d, .. h. that Sir H" h Ip mind may be disabiised of any impression t at may exist, npmfions ofg 'he oguag I Geieeral hitlcck, at least 30 lfapl as the ii tltlllatfi distinct dutiest If n e cun campaign are con_ce_rne, ia a_ny.separa e or order to h Pe orm, or had any separate or distinct responsibilities, and in cam _ s ow that the whole of the ultimate movements of that portion of...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236750365
  • 9781236750365