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" Shawe very soon reported himself in possession of the post ; but a second firing commenced, and as he had previously sent to know what had become of the two native battalions, I could not be satisfied but that, in the dark, they had mistaken each other.... "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During His Various ... - Page 28
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington, John Gurwood - 1834
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 41

History - 1837
...post ; Colonel Wcllesley that of the tope, as being composed of his own people. Remained under great anxiety till near twelve at night, from the fear our...Shawe very soon reported himself in possession of the |K,St ; but a second firing commenced, and us he had previously sent to know what had become of the...
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The dispatches of ... the duke of Wellington, compiled by lieut. colonel ...

Arthur Wellesley (1st duke of Wellington.) - 1837
...post; Colonel AVcllosley that of the tope, as being composed of his own people. Remained under great anxiety till near twelve at night, from the fear our...second firing commenced, and as he had previously vent to know what had become of the two native battalions, I could not be satisfied but that, in the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 41

Political Science - 1837
...Shawc very soon reported himself in possession of the post ; tint a second firing commenced, and •vs he had previously sent to know what had become of the two native battalions, I iuld not be satisfied but that, in the dark, they had mistaken each other. It proved that all the firing...
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The Life and Services of General Lord Harris, G. C. B.: During His Campaigns ...

Stephen Rumbold Lushington - Generals - 1840 - 551 pages
...the Tope, which is thus noted in General Harris's Journal. " 6th April, 1799. Remained under great anxiety till near twelve at night, from the fear our troops had fired on each other. LieutenantColonel Shawe very soon reported himself in possession of the post, but a second firing commenced,...
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Life of ... the duke of Wellington

James Edward Alexander (sir.) - 1840
...troops had fired upon each other." Colonel Shawe very soon reported himself in possession of the post ; and as he had previously sent to know what had become of the two native battalions, the commander-in-chief, when a second firing commenced, became justly apprehensive that in the dark...
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The History of British India, Volume 6

James Mill - Hindus - 1840
...Harris's account, from his private diary, runs thus : 6th April. — Remained under great anxiety until near twelve at night, from the fear our troops had fired on each other. Near twelve, Col. Wellesley came to my tent, in a good deal of agitation, to say that he had not carried...
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The military history of the duke of Wellington in India

India - 1852 - 123 pages
...affair is thus noted in the journal of General Harris : — " 6th April, 1799. Remained under great anxiety till near twelve at night, from the fear our troops had fired on each other. Lieutenant-Colonel Shawe very soon reported himself in possession of the post ; but a second firing...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1840
...Journal contains the following entry respecting this affair : " 6 April 1799. Remained under great anxiety till near twelve at night, from the fear our troops had fired on each other. Near twelve, Colonel Wellesley came to my tent in a good deal of agitation, to say he had not carried...
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