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" its origin in the army itself; it is not attributable to any " external or antecedent conspiracy whatever, although it " was taken advantage of by disaffected persons to compass " their own ends; the approximate cause was the cartridge  "
Around the World with General Grant: A Narrative of the Visit of General U.S ... - Page 76
by John Russell Young - 1879 - 1262 pages
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The History of India, from the Earliest Period to the Close of ..., Volume 3

John Clark Marshman - 1867
...it is not attributable to any external or antecedent conspiracy whatever, although it was afterwards taken advantage of by disaffected persons to compass...cause was the cartridge affair, and nothing else." This assertion, made by the highest authority on the subject, is corroborated by irrefragable evidence....
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A student's manual of the history of India

Philip Meadows Taylor - 1870
...antecedent conspiracy Jjf,"'™"* whatever, although it was afterwards taken advantage tbc mutiny. of by disaffected persons, to compass their own ends ; the approximate cause was the cartridge afl'air, and nothing else.' There wns, no doubt, much foundation for this opinion ; but it may hardly...
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A Student's Manual of the History of India from the Earliest Period to the ...

Meadows Taylor - 1871 - 884 pages
...J opinion of whatever, although it was afterwards taken advantage ""•' mutiny, of by disaflected persons, to compass their own ends ; the approximate cause was the cartridge aft'air, and nothing else.' There was, no doubt, much foundation for this opinion ; but it may hardly...
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Men Whom India Has Known: Biographies of Eminent Indian Characters

J. J. Higginbotham - 1874 - 498 pages
...greater authority can we nave for the real cause of the Mutiny, than Lord John Lawrence who said, " The mutiny had its origin in the army itself ; it...cause was the cartridge affair, and nothing else." DALRYMPLE, ALEXANDER, the hydrographer, was the seventh son of a family of sixteen, all of whom he...
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History of India, abridged from the author's larger work

John Clark Marshman - 1876
...antecedent conspiracy whatever, although it " was taken advantage of by disaffected persons to compasa " their own ends ; the approximate cause was the cartridge " affair, and nothing else." But we live too near this stupendous event, and the excitement it created is as yet too fervid, to...
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Abridgment of the History of India: From the Earliest Period to the Present Time

John Clark Marshman - 1880 - 552 pages
...orthodox; and to a national revolt against British authority. On the ther hand, Sir John Lawrence asserted, "The mutiny had its origin in the army itself; it...cause was the cartridge affair, and nothing else." But we live too near this stupendous event, and the excitement it created is as yet too fervid, to...
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Abridgment of the History of India from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

John Clark Marshman - 1893 - 569 pages
...and to a national revolt against British authority. On the other hand, Sir John Lawrence asserted, "The mutiny had " its origin in the army itself; it...cause was the cartridge " affair, and nothing else." But we live too near this stupendous event, and the excitement it created is as yet too fervid, to...
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Life of the Honourable Rajah, Sir Dinkar Rao: K.C.S.I., Musheer-i-khas ...

Mukund Wamanrao Burway - 1907 - 255 pages
...itself; it is not attributed to any external or antecedent conspiracy whatever although it was afterwards taken advantage of by disaffected persons to compass...cause was the cartridge affair, and nothing else". We give here the opinion of John Dickinson as regards the source cf real danger to British power in...
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