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" ... forth in a succession of deafening cheers. From every pit, trench, and battery, from behind the sandbags piled on shattered houses, from every post still held by a few gallant spirits, rose cheer on cheer ; even from the hospital many of the wounded... "
An Account of the Mutinies in Oudh and of the Siege of the Lucknow Residency ... - Page 300
by Martin Richard Gubbins - 1858 - 484 pages
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 31

India - 1858
...cheer on cheer — even from the hospital. Many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our...assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten. " Soon all the rear guard and heavy guns were inside our position ; and then ensued a scene which baffles...
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An account of the mutinies in Oudh, and of the siege of the Lucknow residency

Martin Richard Gubbins - 1858
...on cheer — even from the Hospital ! Many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our...was cleared away. Generals Outram and Havelock and thenstaff, and many of the soldiers, entered by the embrasure. Ere long, however, the gates were thrown...
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The Defence of Lucknow: A Diary, Recording the Daily Events During the Siege ...

Thomas Fourness Wilson - India - 1858 - 224 pages
...on cheer — even from the hospital I Many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our...assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten. Soon all the rear-guard and heavy guns were inside our position ; and then ensued a scene which baffles...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 43

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1858
...on cheer — even from the hospital ! Many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our...assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten. Soon all the reard-gnard and heavy guns were inside our position; and then ensued a scene which baffles...
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The heroes of the Indian rebellion

David W. Bartlett - India - 1859 - 456 pages
...on cheer — even from the hospital ! Many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our...assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten. Soon all the rear-guard and heavy guns were inside our position ; and then ensued a scene which baffles...
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Memoirs of Major-General Sir Henry Havelock, K. C. B.

John Clark Marshman - Generals - 1860 - 462 pages
...cheer on cheer — even from the hospital many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our...assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten. The delight of the ever gallant Highlanders, who had fought twelve battles to enjoy that moment of ecstasy,...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter

1861
...cheer on cheer; even from the hospital many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our assistance. It was a moment never to bo forgotten." The rough and bearded Highlanders shook the ladies by the bond, and the children were...
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volume 8

John Frederick Smith - Great Britain - 1864
...cheer on cheer, even from the hospital ! Many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our...assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten." To make a road into the lines, the gate of the Bailey Guard, long blocked up with earth, was opened,...
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Days in North India

Norman Macleod - India - 1870 - 188 pages
...cheers even rising from the hospital ! Many of the wounded crawled forth to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had so bravely come to our assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten !" Look again at this illustration. To the left of the arch, and beyond it, from the point of view...
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Reading books, adapted to the requirements of the Revised code, ed ..., Volume 6

Alexander Ronald Grant - 1870
...hospital many of the wounded crawled forth, to join in that glad shout of welcome to those who had come to our assistance. It was a moment never to be forgotten. The delight of the gallant Highlanders, who had fought twelve battles, and had lost a third of their number...
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