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afterwards Allahabad appeared arms army arrived artillery attack authorities became Bengal body Bombay Brigadier British brought buildings Calcutta called cantonment Captain carried cavalry Cawnpore chief close Colonel column command Company defence Delhi district duty effect enemy England English European fire five foot force formed four Ganges guns hands Hindoo hope horse hundred important India infantry insurgents June king known less letter Lieutenant lines Lucknow Madras Major marched ment miles military month mutiny native nearly night notice officers once operations Oude passed persons portion position present proceedings province Punjaub reached rebels received regiments region relation remained rendered Residency Revolt river road sent sepoys side Sikhs Sir Colin soldiers soon station thousand took town troops various village whole wounded
120 페이지 - ... by the descendants of those who were driven out when the village was depopulated ; and it is not a trifling matter that will drive them out ; for they will often maintain their post through times of disturbance and convulsion, and acquire strength sufficient to resist pillage and oppression with success.
448 페이지 - Other conquerors, when they have succeeded in overcoming resistance, have excepted a few persons as still deserving of punishment, but have, with a generous policy, extended their clemency to the great body of the people. You have acted upon a different principle ; you have reserved a few as deserving of special favour, and you have struck with what they feel as the severest punishment the mass of the inhabitants of the country.
453 페이지 - ... they must throw themselves upon the justice and mercy of the British Government. " To those amongst them who shall promptly come forward and give to the Chief Commissioner their support in the restoration of peace and order, this indulgence will be large, and the GovernorGeneral will be ready to view liberally the claims which they may thus acquire to a restitution of their former rights.
120 페이지 - Sikh, English, are all masters in turn ; but the village communities remain the same. In times of trouble they arm and fortify themselves : an hostile army passes through the country : the village communities collect their cattle within their walls, and let the enemy pass unprovoked.
335 페이지 - ... accommodation has probably been the cause of much of the disease with which we have been afflicted. I cannot refrain from bringing to the prominent notice of his lordship in council, the patient endurance and the Christian resignation which have been evinced by the women of this garrison. They have animated us by their example. Many, alas ! have been made widows, and their children fatherless, in this cruel struggle. But all such seem resigned to the will of Providence; and many, among whom may...
452 페이지 - The first care of the Governor-General will be to reward those who have been steadfast in their allegiance at a time when the authority of the Government was partially overborne, and who have proved this by the support and assistance which they have given to British officers.
260 페이지 - CB; and Major-General Outram feels that it is due to this distinguished officer, and the strenuous and noble exertions which he has already made to effect that object, that to him should accrue the honour of the achievement.
144 페이지 - Whenever a rebel is caught, he is immediately tried, and unless he can prove a defence, he is sentenced to be hanged at once; but the chief rebels or ringleaders I make first clean up a certain portion of the pool of blood, still two inches deep, in the shed where the fearful murder and mutilation of women and children took place.
120 페이지 - ... villagers nevertheless return whenever the power of peaceable possession revives. A generation may pass away, but the succeeding generation will return. The sons will take the places of their fathers ; the same site for the...
120 페이지 - In times of trouble they arm and fortify themselves. An hostile army passes through the country. The village communities collect their cattle within their walls, and let the enemy pass unprovoked. If plunder and devastation be directed against themselves, and the force employed be irresistible, they flee to friendly villages at a distance, but when the storm has passed over they return and resume their occupations. If a country remain for a series of years the scene of continued pillage and massacre,...