Indian Warfare

Matson, John

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Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1842 edition. Excerpt: ... there was every thing we wanted, both good and cheap. We could purchase eight ducks for a rupee, (a silver coin of about half-a-crown in value,) and almost every thing else in the same proportion. We lived exceedingly well, and had nothing to do but to keep ourselves clean. On Christmas-day, we dined off roast ducks and green peas. Having in a great measure our liberty, although not actually discharged, and being allowed to do almost as we pleased, I and another purchased white hats, green under the brim, silk and other clothing, such as was worn by European gentlemen in that city; and having hired six black servants (the pay of labourers being about a penny a day) to attend upon us, to wash our feet, to carry us about in a palanquin, to fan us with a whisk, called a chowry, or to carry a large silk umbrella over our heads, to screen us from the rays of the sun, we could pass in and out of the fort without being overhauled. We then commenced dealing in spirits, and by that means made a little money. When young, I had been taught architectural drawing at Whitby, in Yorkshire; and while at Calcutta, I had the offer of an excellent situation by an architect; but I declined it, having had quite enough of India, and being anxious to return home as soon as possible. CHAPTER XVIII. HOMEWARD-BOUND. We stayed at Calcutta until the 3rd of March, 1785, and then embarked on board a small vessel, to go down the river to the Hinchinbrook East-Indiaman. We got on board of her the 8th, and sailed down to Cudjere, where we lay until the 8th of April, and then sailed for England. The next day, the ship sprung a leak in her bows; and the officers, having held a consultation, considered that she was not fit to go forward; so she was put about to go back....

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Título: Indian Warfare
Editorial: TheClassics.us
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Descripción Theclassics.Us, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1842 edition. Excerpt: . there was every thing we wanted, both good and cheap. We could purchase eight ducks for a rupee, (a silver coin of about half-a-crown in value, ) and almost every thing else in the same proportion. We lived exceedingly well, and had nothing to do but to keep ourselves clean. On Christmas-day, we dined off roast ducks and green peas. Having in a great measure our liberty, although not actually discharged, and being allowed to do almost as we pleased, I and another purchased white hats, green under the brim, silk and other clothing, such as was worn by European gentlemen in that city; and having hired six black servants (the pay of labourers being about a penny a day) to attend upon us, to wash our feet, to carry us about in a palanquin, to fan us with a whisk, called a chowry, or to carry a large silk umbrella over our heads, to screen us from the rays of the sun, we could pass in and out of the fort without being overhauled. We then commenced dealing in spirits, and by that means made a little money. When young, I had been taught architectural drawing at Whitby, in Yorkshire; and while at Calcutta, I had the offer of an excellent situation by an architect; but I declined it, having had quite enough of India, and being anxious to return home as soon as possible. CHAPTER XVIII. HOMEWARD-BOUND. We stayed at Calcutta until the 3rd of March, 1785, and then embarked on board a small vessel, to go down the river to the Hinchinbrook East-Indiaman. We got on board of her the 8th, and sailed down to Cudjere, where we lay until the 8th of April, and then sailed for England. The next day, the ship sprung a leak in her bows; and the officers, having held a consultation, considered that she was not fit to go forward; so she was put about to go back. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781230438856

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Descripción Theclassics.Us, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1842 edition. Excerpt: . there was every thing we wanted, both good and cheap. We could purchase eight ducks for a rupee, (a silver coin of about half-a-crown in value, ) and almost every thing else in the same proportion. We lived exceedingly well, and had nothing to do but to keep ourselves clean. On Christmas-day, we dined off roast ducks and green peas. Having in a great measure our liberty, although not actually discharged, and being allowed to do almost as we pleased, I and another purchased white hats, green under the brim, silk and other clothing, such as was worn by European gentlemen in that city; and having hired six black servants (the pay of labourers being about a penny a day) to attend upon us, to wash our feet, to carry us about in a palanquin, to fan us with a whisk, called a chowry, or to carry a large silk umbrella over our heads, to screen us from the rays of the sun, we could pass in and out of the fort without being overhauled. We then commenced dealing in spirits, and by that means made a little money. When young, I had been taught architectural drawing at Whitby, in Yorkshire; and while at Calcutta, I had the offer of an excellent situation by an architect; but I declined it, having had quite enough of India, and being anxious to return home as soon as possible. CHAPTER XVIII. HOMEWARD-BOUND. We stayed at Calcutta until the 3rd of March, 1785, and then embarked on board a small vessel, to go down the river to the Hinchinbrook East-Indiaman. We got on board of her the 8th, and sailed down to Cudjere, where we lay until the 8th of April, and then sailed for England. The next day, the ship sprung a leak in her bows; and the officers, having held a consultation, considered that she was not fit to go forward; so she was put about to go back. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781230438856

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