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" I was 300 yards off at the utmost. Poor Lysaght was kneeling out in the open ground, with his hands folded across his chest, and, though not using his firearms, the cowardly wretches would not go up to the spot until they shot him ; and then rushing up,... "
An Account of the Mutinies in Oudh and of the Siege of the Lucknow Residency ... - Page 125
by Martin Richard Gubbins - 1858 - 484 pages
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An Account of the Mutinies in Oudh, and of the Siege of the Lucknow ...

Martin Richard Gubbins - Lucknow (India) - 1858 - 570 pages
...rushed out towards the insurgents, and one of my men, Goordhun, of the 6th Company, called out to roe to throw down my pistol, and he would save me. I did...thence sent him under a guard, and made him over to Rajah Lonee Singh of Mithowlee. In a postscript dated the 9th, Captain Orr added that he had heard...
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A memoir, letters, and diary of ... Henry S. Polehampton, ed. by E. and T.S ...

Henry Stedman Polehampton - 1858
...of the drummer-boy, every one " was killed in the above list, besides poor good " Thomason and our two clerks. They denuded " the bodies of their clothes, for the sake of " plunder. They had on them one thousand " rupees, and Thomason one hundred. On our " arrival at Aurungabad, some...
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A memoir, letters, and diary

Henry Stedman Polehampton - India - 1858 - 414 pages
...of the drummer-boy, every one " was killed in the above list, besides poor good " Thomason and our two clerks. They denuded " the bodies of their clothes, for the sake of " plunder. They had on them one thousand " rupees, and Thomason one hundred. On our " arrival at Aurungabad, some...
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Narrative of the Mutinies in Oude

George Hutchinson - India - 1859 - 256 pages
...shot him, and then, rushing forward, they killed the wounded and the children, butchering them in the most cruel way. With the exception of the drummer...the above list, and, besides, poor good Thomason and our two clerks, the bodies being denuded of their clothes for the sake of plunder. They had on them...
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Annals of the Indian Rebellion, 1857-58, Part 2; Part 4; Part 6; Part 9

Noah Alfred Chick - India - 1859 - 932 pages
...shot him, and then rushing forward, they killed the wounded and the children, butchering them in the most cruel way. With the exception of the Drummer...the above list, and besides, poor good Thomason and our two clerks, denuding the bodies of their clothes for the sake of plunder. They had on them rupees...
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A History of the Sepoy War in India, 1857-1858, Volume 3

Sir John William Kaye - India - 1876
...the drummer-boy, every one (of the Shahjehanpore party*) was killed, and besides poor good Thomasoii and one or two clerks. They denuded the bodies of their clothes for the sake of plunder." At Fyzabad, Colonel Philip Goldney, of the Bengal Army, was Commissioner. I have spoken of him. * Captain...
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History of the Indian Mutiny, 1857-1858: Commencing from the Close ..., Volume 1

George Bruce Malleson - India - 1878
...more they completed their hellish work They killed the wounded and the children butchering them in the most cruel way. With the exception of the drummer boy every one was killed of the above list, fugitives from Shujehaupi'ir, besides poor good Thomason and our two clerks. They denuded the bodies...
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Our Indian empire and the adjacent countries, Volume 2

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1879
...the wounded and children, butchering them in a most cruel way. With the exception of the drummer-boy, every one was killed of the above list ; and, besides, poor good Thomason and one or two clerks." Captain Orr was sent, under a guard, to Mithowlee, from whence he dispatched to Lucknow the letter...
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The Heroic Garrison

V. A. Stuart - Fiction - 2003 - 256 pages
...butchering them in the most cruel and savage manner, including poor, good Thomason . . . after which they denuded the bodies of their clothes, for the sake of plunder. Everyone on the attached list . . . was killed, with the exception of the drummer boy, whom they took...
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A History of the Indian Mutiny, 1857-58: Reviewed and Illustrated from ...

George Forrest - 2006
...they shot him ; and then rushing up, they killed the wounded and the children, butchering them in the most cruel way. With the exception of the drummer...was killed of the above list, and besides, poor good Thomasou and one or two clerks. They denuded the bodies of their clothes for the sake of plunder."...
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