Narrative of the defence of Kars, historical and military: From authentic documents, and from notes taken by the several officers serving on the staff of H. Maj.'s Commissioner with the Ottoman Army in Asia Minor. Illustr. By C[hristopher Charles] Teesdale and William Simpson
Bentley, 1857 - 344 pages
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advance afterwards Arab Tabia Ardahan arms arrived at Kars artillery Asia Minor attack Bahlool Bashi-Bozouks battalion battle blockade brave breastwork Byazid camp Captain Cameron Captain Thompson carried cavalry Colonel Lake Colonel Williams command Constantinople Consul Brant Cossacks defence desertion despatch detachment duty Earl of Clarendon endeavours enemy enemy's English batteries entrenchments Erzeroom Eussian Eussian army Excellency fire force fortifications fortress garrison of Kars Government Gumri guns honour horses hospital hundred infantry Ismail Pasha Kanli Karadagh Kars army Kerim Pasha Kmety letter Lieutenant-Colonel Lake Lord Clarendon Lordship Majesty's Ambassador Majesty's Commissioner Majesty's Government Major Stuart Major Teesdale ment Mouravieff movements Mushir necessary night Olti Omer Pasha outposts Pasha Tabia Pennek position received redoubt regiments retired retreat Sandwith Selim sent soon succour supplies surrender Tachmasb Tahir Pasha taken thousand tion town Trebizonde troops Turkish army Turks Vassif Pasha Veli village W. F. Williams whole wounded