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" ... gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that victory finally declared for the British. The fire of the Sikhs... "
Annual Register - Sivu 306
muokkaaja - 1847
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Blackwood's Magazine, Nide 59

1846
...until the full weight of three divi. sions of infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...them on every side, precipitated them in masses over the bridge, and into the Sutlej, which a sadden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable....

Despatches of the British Generals During the Campaign on the Sutlej: With ...

Henry Hardinge Hardinge (Viscount), Sutlej river - 1846 - 62 sivua
...until the full weight of three divisions of infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable. In their efforts to reach the right bank through the deepened water, they suffered from our...

Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1846
...until the full weight of three divisions of' infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...precipitated them in masses over their bridge, and into the Sutlej, which a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable. In their efforts to reach...

The War in India: Despatches of Visct. Hardinge, Lord Gough, Sir Harry Smith ...

Henry Hardinge Hardinge - 1846 - 193 sivua
...until the full weight of three divisions of infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...precipitated them in masses over their bridge, and into the Sutlej, which a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable. In their efforts to reach...

The War in India: Despatches of ...

1846 - 193 sivua
...until the full weight of three divisions of infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...precipitated them in masses over their bridge, and into the Sutlej, which a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable. In their efforts to reach...

The War in India: Despatches of ... Viscount Hardinge, G.C.B., Governor ...

1846 - 193 sivua
...until the full weight of three divisions of infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...precipitated them in masses over their bridge, and into the Sutlej, which a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable. In their efforts to reach...

History of the Punjab, and of the Rise, Progress & Present Condition ..., Nide 1

Henry Thoby Prinsep - 1846
...until the full weight of three divisions of infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...them on every side, precipitated them in masses over the bridge, and into the Sutluj, which a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable....

History of the Punjab: And of the Rise, Progress, & and Present ..., Nide 2

James Prinsep - 1846
...until the full weight of three divisions of infantry, with every field artillery gun which could be sent to their aid, had been cast into the scale, that...and the victors then, pressing them on every side, 2 H 2 precipitated them in masses over the bridge, and into the Sutluj, which a sudden rise of seven...

Fraser's Magazine, Nide 33

1846
...the broken enemy as swept them away by ranks. " The fire of the Sikhs" says the commandcr-in-chief, "first slackened, and then nearly ceased ; and the...then pressing them on every side, precipitated them over the bridge into the Sutlej, which a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly forclable."...

Fraser's Magazine, Nide 33

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1846
...broken enemy as swept them away by ranks. " The flre of the Sikhs," says the commander-in-chief, "flrst slackened, and then nearly ceased ; and the victors...then pressing them on every side, precipitated them over the bridge into the Sutlej, which a sudden rise of seven inches had rendered hardly fordable."...




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