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" On the road the child died ; and, of course, as a dead body had been in the carriage, and as the horses had drawn that dead body in that carriage, I could never use them again.' (The reader must understand that a native of any rank considers it a disgrace... "
Wanderings in India: And Other Sketches of Life in Hindostan - Page 116
by John Lang - 1861 - 415 pages
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The illustrated history of the British empire in India and the East ... to ...

Edward Henry Nolan - 1878
...never j.ne reader must under...uve of any rank considers it a . to sell property. 'But could you ..DC have given the horses to some friend, a Christian...knowledge of the sahib, and his feelings would have been tart at having occasioned me such a loss.' Such \cas the maharajah commonly known as Xana Sahib. He...
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Our Indian empire and the adjacent countries

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1879
...not have given the horses to some .friend a Christian or a Mussulman?' 'No; had I done so.it might have come to the knowledge of the sahib, and...a loss.' Such was the maharajah, commonly known as Nana Sahib. He appeared to be not a man of ability, nor a fool." In person, the Nana was well described...
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