Lives of Indian Officers; Illustrative of the History of the Civil and Military Service of India Volume 2

Lives of Indian Officers; Illustrative of the History of the Civil and Military Service of India Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1867 edition. Excerpt: ... wives and children and effects were seen scattered over the plain, hurrying away, like the family of the patriarch's nephew, from the doomed city. Court, were amongst t followed by multitudes, city was literally empth followed in their track, in the vicinity of Teherl ravages. The King at) about eight miles from' dope of the mountains 4 lie soon collected round dry, and his crowded o infected as the place fro fatal cases appeared in l and he became alarmed t the Artillery on the Srdl he directed the troops tol went himself with only some distance higher u trained ever since. 1 for the Artillery cncam last two-and-twenty daj cholera." But better nrosccts h. Henry Ellis was a Ambassador at tho Cm that D'Arcy Todd had sphere for their full de work on which he was fore, to employ him in a fitting opportunity h l$!i, Todd wrote to his Mr. Ellis's arrival he has at work. 1 have writte last three months, in plans, and public letters the British detachment, army. My pen has dm by the sequel. My to shall now throw oft' a writing to old Fred) 1885 PRKN"TfC D TO DIPLOMA CY. 27 city. The King, with tlte ofKeers of his igst the first who fled. His example Was udes, -nd, n the course of a few days the mptied of its inhabitants. Tint the disease ack, and in every village and encampment 'eheran hundreds daily fell victims to its gat first established his CJoxxrt at a village (rom the city, delightfully situated on the ins which separate Irak: from IVTazanderan. ound him a host of people, of vil and mill-ed encampment threatened to become as from which he had fled--A-"""er of in the circle of his immediate attendants, ed for his own safety. I joined him with ird of the present month; t-txe next day 3 to separate, and a few days...show more

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  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 222g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123649671X
  • 9781236496713