Shall England Keep India?
W. H. Allen &Company, 1886 - Afghanistan - 48 pages
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Page 18 - Russian troops will not advance from the positions now occupied by them, provided that the Afghan forces do not advance or attack, or unless in case of some extraordinary reason...
Page 18 - These places are will tin that portion which Her Majesty's Government have regarded as within the Afghan Boundary.