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Text:"...1884.] CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. 35 1 -a crescent and star, with words from Koran and date, so we count on victory, officers silver, men copper. You will not be asked to pay for them. April 27. - We..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...124 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON, [1878. Consuls-General gave him was so vague, and the solemnity of their manner was so great, that His Highness got frightened; and when I did tell him, after these two..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...104 LIFE OF CHARLES GEORGEGORDON chap. Ten years later, on September 23d, 1884, a solitary English soldier sat writing in Khartoum these words : As for evacuation, it is one thing ; as for ratting..."
Date:Between 1833 and 1885
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...372 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [18S4. tributed, with a grenade in centre JS^^^ \ three classes : gold, silver, pewter. * Kitchener says he has sent many letters and got none in reply, I have sent out..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...1 76 LIFE OF CHARLES GEORGEGORDON CHAP. world, let alone Europe. I believe that these people are made as we are ; that thej r are patient beyond belief ; loyal, but at the same time broken..."
Date:Between 1833 and 1885
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...204 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [lUz. Major-General Gordon, Umtata, to Honourable Colonial Secretary, Cape Town. Honourable the Colonial Secretary, Sir, I have the honour to forward a memorandum..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...226 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [1882. Art. 3 would require to be more detailed. Does the Government want to keep Quithing ? I hope you will excuse my thus writing, but I could be of no use in any other..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...19^ CHARLES GEORGEGORDON, [1882. uselessly expended by the colony, detrimentally to the Loyals. Therefore I recommend (i) that the sum of ;^30,ooo should be at once applied to satisfy the minor..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...1 86 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [1882. cussed the question fully in all its aspects with Mr. J. Orpen during the last few days, and the result has been that I am confirmed in the view I expressed..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...294 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [1884. has, I trust, opened out to us through the kind disinterestedness of His Majesty. Yours sincerely, in haste, C G. Gordon. He arrived at Southampton from Brussels..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...86 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. dwelling in us. This is the great secret. I would sooner pay more than j^2S than have any bother to you. About Congo, there is no issue. I shall (d.v.) start..."
Date:Between 1833 and 1835
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Text:"...1884.] CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. 357 Kordofan, I hope and believe the Mahdi has his hands full. I would vacate Sennaar if it were possible, but I do not think it is, and also the moral effect of its..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...104 LIFE OF CHARLES GEORGEGORDON CHAP. Ten years later, on September 23d, 1884, a solitary English soldier sat writing in Khartoum these words : As for evacuation, it is one thing ; as for ratting..."
Date:Between 1833 and 1885
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...J 96 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [1882. as head of the Colonial War Office, supreme. This post should never be held by a military man. I own to a regret that the idea of the Cape Infantry Regiment should..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...1 884.] CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. 355 the one from Wady Haifa along right bank of Nile to Berber is the best, and, had not Berber fallen, would have been a picnic. The other route is from Senheit..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...214 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [1882. be an obstacle, for he is virtually pardoned. I think it would be very good policy, if Government names a governor for Transkeian Provinces, to let that officers..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...176 LIFE OF CHARLES GEORGEGORDON chap. world, let alone Europe. I believe that these people are made as we are ; that they are patient beyond belief ; loyal, but at the same time broken..."
Date:1893
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Text:"...176 LIFE OF CHARLES GEORGEGORDON chap. world, let alone Europe. I believe that these people are made as we are ; that they are patient beyond belief ; loyal, but at the same timebroken..."
Date:Between 1833 and 1885
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ibbi.] CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. 1 69 K. - I - II ■■I ---- - they hinder their movements. I could give instance after instance where, in native wars, regular troops could not hold their own against..."
Date:1886
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Text:"...42 CHARLES GEORGEGORDON. [1856. The following are the names of the officers who particularly distinguished themselves, viz. Lieutenants De Vere,* A. C. Fisher,f H. C. Elphinstone,J G. Neville,§ W..."
Date:1886