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Tours in Upper India, and in Parts of the Himalaya Mountains; with Accounts ... - Page 110
by Edward Archer - 1833 - 356 pages
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Tours in Upper India, and in Parts of the Himalaya Mountains: With ..., Volume 1

Edward Caulfield Archer - Bengal (India : Presidency). - 1833
...public dinner to his Excellency in the cantonments. We are to visit the King to-morrow. Feb. 3.— The visit of the Commander-inchief to his Majesty was...dependants residing in the fort. How are the mighty fallen ! — the Emperor of Hindoostan, and heir of the great Timor, a pensionary of a junta of merchants,...
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Tours in Upper India, and in Parts of the Himalaya Mountains: With ..., Volume 1

Edward Caulfield Archer - Bengal (Presidency) - 1833
...same terms and with the consideration applicable to the Resident. The prospect 110 VISIT TO THE KING. of a handsome nuzzer or offering operated with the...dependants residing in the fort. How are the mighty fallen ! — the Emperor of Hindoostan, and heir of the great Timor, a pensionary of a junta of merchants,...
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Narrative of a journey from Caunpoor to the Boorendo pass in the ..., Volume 1

William Lloyd (Sir.), Alexander Gerard, James Gilbert Gerard - Himalaya Mountains - 1810
...in Chief to his Majesty was fixed at eight this morning, &c. * * * The prospect of a handsome nuzzur or offering operated with the King to facilitate the...allowed to him and his numerous family, servants, 38 throngs were heaped up, instead of a level plain we should see a mountain. If all the silent thoughts...
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Narrative of a Journey from Caunpoor to the Boorendo Pass, in the Himalaya ...

Sir William Lloyd, Alexander Gerard - Himalaya Mountains - 1846 - 670 pages
...in Chief to his Majesty was fixed at eight this morning, &c. * * * The prospect of a handsome nuzzur or offering operated with the King to facilitate the...allowed to him and his numerous family, servants, throngs were heaped up, instead of a level plain we should see a mountain. If all the silent thoughts...
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