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" ... of the deceased, be fired from the ramparts of Fort William, and at all the principal stations of the Army, as a mark of respect for the memory of his deceased Majesty. "
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The Asiatic Annual Register, For the Year 1804

LAWRENCE DUNDAS CAMPBELL - 1806
...the decease of his late highness, Nizam Ali Khawn. R'),al salutes and three vollies of musquetry were fired from the ramparts of Fort William, and at all the principal military stations, in honour of die accession of his highness Secunder Jah, to the musnud of the Soubalidarry...
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The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of ..., Volume 6

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - Books - 1806
...the decease of hie late highness, Nizam Ali Khawn. R'> al salutes nnd three vollies of musquetry were fired from the ramparts of Fort William, and at all the principal military stations, in honour of the accession of his highness Secunder Jah, to the musnud of the Soubahdarry...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 6

Asia - 1818
...Majesty the King of Delhi, directs that minute guns, to the number of forty-six, correspondiiiļ with the years of the deceased, be fired from the ramparts of Fort William, in honour of His Highness's memory. .-.,-. ,ч I J/errA 3, 1818.— The undermentioned officers in...
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Asiatic Journal, Volume 6

Asia - 1818
...Vice-Prcsident in Council directs, that minute guns, to the number of sixty-five, corresponding with the years of the deceased, be fired from the ramparts of Fort William, in honour of Her Highness's memory. Fort William, March 13, 1818. — The Hon. the Vice- President...
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The Quarterly Oriental magazine, review and register

1828
...is pleased to direct, that Minute Guns, to the number of Fifty-eight, corresponding with the year* of the deceased, be fired from the Ramparts of Fort...William, and at all the principal Stations of the Army ander this Presidency. By Order of the Right Honorable the Governor-General in Council, GEORGE SWINTON,...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volume 17

James Silk Buckingham - Great Britain - 1828
...Governor-General in Council has been pleased to direct, that a royal salute and three vollies of musketry shall be fired from the ramparts of Fort William, and at all the principal stations of the army, in honour of that event. ' By order of the Right Honourable the Governor-General in Council. ' GEORGE...
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Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volume 17

Christianity - 1828
...Governor-General in Council has been pleased to direct, that a royal salute and three vollies of musketry shall be fired from the ramparts of Fort William, and at all the principal stations of the army, in honour of that event. ' By order of the llight Honourable the Governor-General in Council. ' GEORGE...
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Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 25

South Asia - 1828
...Council lias been pleased to direct, that a royal salute and three vollies of musketry shall be Bred from the ramparts of Fort William, and at all the principal stations of the army, in honour of that event. TOOK ОГ THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. Head- Quarters, Oct. 31, Ķ827. — The...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 25

Asia - 1828
...li instant, is pleased to direct, that minute guns to the number of fifty-eight, corresponding with the years of the deceased, be fired from the ramparts of Fort William, and it all the principal stations of the army under this presidency. Fort William, Oct. SO, 1827^-Hīs...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1838
...general in Council is pleased to direct that, in honour of this occasion, a royal salute be subsequently fired from the ramparts of Fort William, and at all the principal stations of the army under the presidency. TOUR Or THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL. FortWUliam, Oct. 9, 1837.— It is hereby notified,...
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