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" ... in hopes they would have reflected (after the first impulse of their panic was over) how cruel as well as shameful it was to leave their countrymen to the mercy of a barbarous enemy ; and for that reason we made no doubt they would have attempted... "
The History of British India - Page 165
by James Mill - 1848
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The Dublin Magazine, Volume 1

1840
...subsequent testimony of a surviving witness of the fatal scene, " there was not a single effort made to send a boat or vessel, to bring off any part of the garrison."* " Never,'' says the cotemporary historian, " was such an opportunity of performing a heroic action,...
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Continental India: Travelling Sketches and Historical ..., Volume 1

James William Massie - India - 1840
...their panic was over) how cruel as well as shameful it was to leave their countrymen to the mercy of a barbarous enemy ; and for that reason we made no...or vessel to bring off any part of the garrison." The historian Orme remarks, " Never, perhaps, was such an opportunity of performing an heroic action...
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The Citizen (or, Dublin monthly magazine).

1840
...subsequent testimony of a surviving witness of the fatal scene, " there was not a single effort made to send a boat or vessel, to bring off any part of the garrison."* " Never,'1 says the cotemporary historian, " was such an opportunity of performing a heroic action,...
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The illustrated history of the British empire in India and the ..., Volume 2

Edward Henry Nolan - 1878
...their panic was over) how cruel as well as shameful it was to leave their countrymen to the mercy of a barbarous enemy, and for that reason we made no...boat or vessel to bring off any part of the garrison. " Never, perhaps," says Mr. Orme, referring to the catastrophe which subsequently took place, was rach...
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Echoes from Old Calcutta: Being Chiefly Reminiscences of the Days of Warren ...

Henry Elmsley Busteed - Calcutta (India) - 1888 - 359 pages
...their panic was over) how cruel, as well as shameful, it was to leave their countrymen to the mercy of a barbarous enemy ; and for that reason we made no...effort made in the two days the Fort held out after their desertion to send a boat or vessel to bring off any part of the garrison. All the 19th the enemy...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 172

1902
...the fort for the ships to come up again to their stations. But there never was a single effort made to send a boat or vessel to bring off any part of the garrison." Meanwhile the enemy pressed on their attack with great vigour. From the church they galled the garrison...
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Echoes from Old Calcutta: Being Chiefly Reminiscences of the Days of Warren ...

Henry Elmsley Busteed - Calcutta (India) - 1908 - 431 pages
...colours still fluttering at the flagstaff. * But Wp deceived ourselves," writes an indignant comrade, "and there never was a single effort made in the two days th« fort held out after their desertion to send a boat or vessel to bring off any part of the garrison."...
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Echoes from Old Calcutta: Being Chiefly Reminiscences of the Days of Warren ...

Henry Elmsley Busteed - Biography & Autobiography - 1888 - 359 pages
...their panic was over) how cruel, as well as shameful, it was to leave their countrymen to the mercy of a barbarous enemy ; and for that reason we made no...cover the retreat of those left Behind now they had secvired their own ; but we deceived ourselves, and there never was a aingle effort made in the two...
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