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" ... two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these approaches, each hole contained a sufficient supply of rice, water, and even fuel for its inmates ; and under the excavated bank a bed of straw or brushwood was prepared,... "
Vol.1,2, by lt. col. Williams History of the wars caused by the French ... - Page 211
by William Freke Williams - 1864
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The London Magazine, 17. köide

1827 - 608 lehte
...from the weather and the fire of an enemy ; even a shell lighting in the trench couli at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve...contained a sufficient supply of rice, water, and even fuel for its inmates ; and under the excavated bank, a bed of straw or brushwood was prepared,...
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

1827 - 576 lehte
...labours, the trenches were found to be a succession of holes, capable of containing two men each, and excavated, so as to afford shelter, both from the...even a shell lighting in the trench could at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these approaches,...
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Narrative of the Burmese War: Detailing the Operations of Major-general Sir ...

John James Snodgrass - 1827 - 360 lehte
...them. The trenches were found to be a succession of holes, capable of containing two men each, and excavated, so as to afford shelter, both from the...even a shell lighting in the trench could at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these approaches,...
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The Quarterly Review, 35. köide

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1827 - 648 lehte
...loss. ' The trenches were found to be a succession of holes, capable of containing two men each, and excavated, so as to afford shelter, both from the...even a shell lighting in the trench could at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these approaches,...
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Narrative of the Burmese War: Detailing the Operations of Major-Gereral Sir ...

Snodgrass (Major, John James) - 1827 - 348 lehte
...them. The trenches were found to be a succession of holes, capable of containing two men each, and excavated, so as to afford shelter, both from the...even a shell lighting in the trench could at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these approaches,...
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The Quarterly Review, 35. köide

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1827 - 650 lehte
...loss. ' The trenches were found to be a succession of holes, capable of containing two men each, and excavated, so as to afford shelter, both from the...even a shell lighting in the trench could at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these approaches,...
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The London Magazine, 7. köide

1827 - 618 lehte
...thfim. The trenches were found to be a succession of holes, sapable of containing two men each, and excavated, so as to afford shelter, both from the...of an enemy ; even a shell lighting in the trench couli at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these...
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Narrative of the Burmese War: Detailing the Operations of Major-General Sir ...

Snodgrass (Major, John James) - 1827 - 344 lehte
...of holes, capable of containing two men each, and excavated, so as to afford shelter, both from tke weather and the fire of an enemy ; even a shell lighting in the trench could at most but kill two men. As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops in making these approaches,...
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The History of the British Empire in India, 4. köide

George Robert Gleig - 1835 - 344 lehte
...containing two men, and excavated so as to afford shelter both from the weather and the fire of an enemy. " As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops...contained a sufficient supply of rice, water, and even fuel, for its inmates ; and under tne excavated bank a bed of straw or brushwood was prepared,...
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A Popular History of British India, Commercial Intercourse with China, and ...

William Cooke Taylor - 1842 - 524 lehte
...approaches. Their trenches were found to be a succession of holes, capable of containing two men each, and excavated so as to afford shelter, both from the weather...the fire of an enemy; even a shell lighting in the trenches, could only kill two men at the most. " As it is not the Burmese system to relieve their troops...
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