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could have prevented the remainder from retreating likewise, if the Sikhs had boldly pressed forward.
308 - Darkness, and the obstinacy of the contest, threw the English into confusion ; men of all regiments and arms were mixed together ; generals were doubtful of the fact or of the extent of their own success, and colonels knew not what had become of the regiments they commanded, or of the army of which they formed a part. could have prevented the remainder from retreating likewise, if the Sikhs had boldly pressed forward.
Khotas taken by the Sikhs. 113. Shah Zaman succeeds to the throne of Kabul. Sansar Chand of Katotch dies. 163. The Shah returns to Ludhiana 199. 164. Ranjit Singh labours to introduce discipline. 119. Opposed by Sahib Singh Bedi. 123. Ranjit Singh masters Lahore. 131. A Sikh Gurumatta or National Council held. 172. CHAPTER VII. 180. Insurrection at Peshawar under Saiyid Ahmad Shah. 186. Ranjit Singh suspicious of Shall Shuja strengthens him.
Page 426 - Notwithstanding the disorganized state of the Lahore Government during the last two years, and many most unfriendly .
Page 426 - Notwithstanding the disorganized state of the Lahore Government during the last two years, and many most unfriendly proceedings on the part of the Durbar, the Governor-General in Council has continued to evince his desire to maintain the relations of amity and concord which had so long existed between the two States, for the mutual interests and happiness of both.
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Joseph Davey Cunningham, (b. Scotland, 9 June 1812, died 28 February 1851) was the author of the book History of the Sikhs (1849) and an authority in Punjab historiography. His father was the famous Scottish poet and author Allan Cunningham and his brother was the archaeologist Sir Alexander Cunningham. At an early age he was reported to have shown such an aptitude for mathematics that his father was advised to send him to Cambridge
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