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" Affghanistan, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position, but because we are satisfied that the king we have set up, has not, as we were erroneously led to imagine, the support of the nation over which he has been placed. "
Annual Register - Page 382
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Annual Register, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844 - 978 pages
...those who commit atrocities, and violate their faith, and that we withdraw ultimately from Afghanistan, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position,...support of [the nation over which he has been placed." [Lord Ellenborough objects to the suggestion of Major Rawliuson, to make over Candahar to Kamram, the...
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Volume 6

Great Britain - 342 pages
...inflicting punishment on those who committed atrocities and violated their faith ; and that we withdrew ultimately from Affghanistan, not from any deficiency...of means to maintain our position, but because we were satisfied that the King we had set up had not, as we were erroneously led to imagine, the support...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of ..., Volume 84

Books - 1843 - 894 pages
...our troops now in the field from all unnecessary risk, and, finally, to the re- establishment of our military reputation by the infliction of some signal...before us justify the withdrawal of our troops from Afghanistan, and the refusal of all further assistance to Shah Shooja, they are yet not such as to...
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 2

John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell - American periodicals - 1843 - 612 pages
...security of our forces then in the field from unnecessary risk; "and finally, the reestablishment of our military reputation by the infliction of some signal...support of the nation over which he has been placed." Subsequent to this despatch, although, upon the whole, the prospects had to some extent improved, in...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

Asia - 1843 - 734 pages
...those who commit atrocities and violate their faith, and that we withdraw ultimately from Afghanistan, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position,...support of the nation over which he has been placed." Subsequent to this despatch, although, upon the whole, the prospects had to some extent improved, in...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 2

1843 - 602 pages
...those who commit atrocities and violate their faith, and that we withdraw ultimately from Afghanistan, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position,...erroneously led to Imagine, the support of the nation ora which he has been placed." Subsequent to this despatch, althongh, upon the whole, the prospects...
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Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 2

John Holmes Agnew - American periodicals - 1843 - 612 pages
...those who commit atrocities and violate their faith, and that we withdraw ultimately from Affghanislan, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position,...because we are satisfied that the king we have set op has not, as we were erroneously led to imagine, the support of the nation over which he has been...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1843 - 752 pages
...withdrawing ultimately from Affghanistau, but it was not by flying — it was not by a rapid retreat, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position ; but because we are satisfied that the thing we have set up, has not, as we were erroneously led to imagine, the support of the nation over...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1844 - 606 pages
...those who commit atrocities, and violate their faith, and that we withdraw ultimately from Afghanistan, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position,...support of the nation over which he has been placed. In war, reputation is strength ; but reputation is lost by the rash exposure of the most gallant troops...
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Annual Register, Volume 85

Edmund Burke - History - 1844 - 1496 pages
...those who commit atrocities, and violate their faith, and that we withdraw ultimately from Afghanistan, not from any deficiency of means to maintain our position,...to imagine, the support of |the nation over which be has been placed." [Lord Ellenborough objects to the suggestion of Major Rawlinson, to make over...
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