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" ... with orders, rendered unnecessary by the awakened pride of the sentries themselves, to be more than usually watchful. The inhabitants, through the means of the native servants, heard that their skill in thieving was set at nought, and their vanity... "
Diary of a Tour Through Southern India, Egypt, and Palestine, in the Years ... - 第 41 頁
Sir Digby Mackworth 著 - 1823 - 372 頁
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The British review and London critical journal

...Seringapettah, a village not far from Tritchinopoly, celebrated for the dexterity of its thieves. " Some years ago, a detachment of the king's artillery,...instantly, was in vain, and the detachment was compelled to march away unarmed, and fully aware of the reception they would be likely to meet with from their corps,...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, 第 14 卷

1824
...ATIIKNEI'M VOL. 14. was set at nonght, and their vanity was pro portionably piqued. Next morning,thc officers rising early, missed nothing, and began to...main guard were missing, and that all the natives bad abandoned the village. Evary search, though undertaken instantly, was in vain, and the detachment...
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The East India Military Calendar: Containing the Services of General ..., 第 3 卷

John Philippart - 1826
...the precaution of placing sentries over all the tents, and a double one at that of the quarter-guard, with orders, rendered unnecessary by the awakened...them, that the whole of the arms belonging to the main-guard were missing, and that all the Natives had abandoned the village. Every search, though undertaken...
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The Eclectic Review, 第 21 卷﹔第 39 卷

William Hendry Stowell - 1824
...the precaution of placing sentries over all the tents, and a double one at that of the quarter-guard, with orders, rendered unnecessary by the awakened...instantly, was in vain, and the detachment was compelled to march away unarmed, and fully aware of the reception they would be likely to meet with from their corps,...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1824
...skill in thieving was set at nought, and their vanity was proportionably piqued. Next morning, ilie officers rising early, missed nothing, and began to...instantly, was in vain, and the detachment was compelled to march away unarmed, and fully aware of the reception they would be likely to meet with from their corps,...
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The Port Folio

1824
...and their vanity was propnrtionably piqued. Next morning the officers, rising early, missed nothmg, and began to exult in their security, when one of...main guard were missing, and that all the natives had ahandoned the village, livery search, though undertaken instantly, was in vain, and the detachment...
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The soldier's companion, or Martial recorder, consisting of biography ...

1824
...through the means of the native servants, heard that their skill in thieving was set at nought; and_ their vanity was proportionably piqued. Next morning...early, missed nothing, and began to exult in their success; when one of the serjeants arrived with shame and dismay pictured on his countenance, and informed...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

1825
...vanity was proportionabJy piqued. Next morning, the officers rising early, missed nothing, and began t» exult in their security, when one of the Serjeants...village. Every search, though undertaken instantly, was v.tin, and the detachment was compelled to march away unarmed, and full)' iiwurr of the reception they...
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The East India military calendar: containing the services of general ..., 第 3 卷

John Philippart - 1826
...servants, heard that their skill in thieving was set at nought, and their vanity was proporlionably piqued. Next morning, the officers rising early, missed...them, that the whole of the arms belonging to the main-guard were missing, and that all the Natives had abandoned the village. Every search, though undertaken...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., 第 16 卷

1823
...their skill in theiving was set at nought, and their vanity was proportionably piqued, Next rooming, the officers rising early, missed nothing, and began...missing, and that all the natives had abandoned the Tillage. Every search, though undertaken instantly, was in vain, and the detachment was compelled to...
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