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" ... but without effect. Nothing then remained but to inflict the punishment so justly merited. The commander-inchief gave the pre-concerted signal for an attack, by a part of the force. The mutineers instantly broke and betook themselves to flight, under... "
Memoir of the mutiny at Barrackpore - Page 45
by Wredenhall Robert Pogson - 1833
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 19

Asia - 1825
...effect. Nothing then remained, but to inflict the punishment so justly nurited. The Conmander-in-Chief gave the pre-concerted signal for an attack by a part...; and such an example was made on the spot, as the necessity of the case, and the infamy of the regt, merited ; the most guilty of those who were made...
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1825
...Nothing then remained but to inflict the punishment so justly merited : the tloniinander-iii-Chief gave the preconcerted signal for an attack by a part...themselves to flight, under the fire of the troops whoattacked them ; ami such an example was made on the -l'.>t as the necessity of the case, and the...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 19

Asia - 1825
...part of the force', the mutineers instantly broke, and betook themselves to flight, under the lire of the troops who attacked them ; and such an example was made on the spot, as the necessity of the case, and the infamy of the regt, merited ; the most guilty of those who were made...
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Volume 2

Great Britain
...induce the mutineers, — drawn up, loaded, and in regular parade order — to lay down their anns, but without effect. Nothing then remained but to inflict...subsequently executed by the sentence of a general court-martial. That a transaction so disgraceful and unusual to this army could have been planned and...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 5

Christianity - 1825
...were deputed to make a last effort to induce the mutineers, drawn up, loaded, and in regular paiadu order, to lay down their arms, but without effect....the fire of the troops who attacked them ; and such ail example was made on the spot as the necessity of the case, and the infamy of the Regiment merited;...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 19

Asia - 1825
...effect. Nothing then remained, but to inflict the punishment so justly merited. The Cointnander-in-Chief gave the pre-concerted signal for an attack by a part...broke, and betook themselves to flight, under the Are of the troops who attacked them ; and such an example was made on the spot, as the necessity of...
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