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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 Excerpt: ... by the Chins of Haili and Shwampi, aided by certain Yahaos and Nwengals. This disturbance was promptly dealt with by Captain Stevens, 4th 86, King's Ro yl Rifles. Madras Pioneers, who marched out from Fort White 40, 4th Madras pioneers, with reinforcements to the Manipur river, and, in 65,1st Burma Rifles. conjunction with the troops of the Botong garrison under Lieutenant Henegan, punished the offending villages. Botong garrison was then withdrawn across the river on 9th May, being no longer needed as a base for the Nwengal-Lushai column. Mobingyi was also evacuate! on the 16th May, no shots being fired by the Chins during this withdrawal. Columns Operating From Yawdwin. A report on the operations would not be complete without some mention of the small columns of the 7th (Duke of Connaught's Own) Bengal Infantry, commanded at first by Lieutenant M. R. E. Hay, and afterwards by Captain A. Elderton, which accompanied Lieutenant M. J. Tighe, D.s.o., Political Officer, Yawdwin, into the Chin Hills. These columns were furnished by the Yawdwin garrison, which early in January was brought up to a strength of 225 rifles, including 25 mounted infantry. Of this number, 120 men were employed in the hills from 4th January to 10th April in a series of expeditions through the country of the Chinboks, Chinmes, Yindus, and Chinbons, which were successfully carried out, and met with no resistance. All arrangements for transport and rations were worked out on the spot by the officers concerned, who deserve great credit for their exertions. Results Achieved., It will be apparent from this brief summary of events recorded above that not only have the objects set forth in the Chief Commissioner's minute of the 28th November 1891 been attained, but their scope largely exceeded...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 46 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 7.3in. x 0.3in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 Excerpt: . . . by the Chins of Haili and Shwampi, aided by certain Yahaos and Nwengals. This disturbance was promptly dealt with by Captain Stevens, 4th 86, Kings Ro yl Rifles. Madras Pioneers, who marched out from Fort White 40, 4th Madras pioneers, with reinforcements to the Manipur river, and, in 65, 1st Burma Rifles. conjunction with the troops of the Botong garrison under Lieutenant Henegan, punished the offending villages. Botong garrison was then withdrawn across the river on 9th May, being no longer needed as a base for the Nwengal-Lushai column. Mobingyi was also evacuate! on the 16th May, no shots being fired by the Chins during this withdrawal. Columns Operating From Yawdwin. A report on the operations would not be complete without some mention of the small columns of the 7th (Duke of Connaughts Own) Bengal Infantry, commanded at first by Lieutenant M. R. E. Hay, and afterwards by Captain A. Elderton, which accompanied Lieutenant M. J. Tighe, D. s. o. , Political Officer, Yawdwin, into the Chin Hills. These columns were furnished by the Yawdwin garrison, which early in January was brought up to a strength of 225 rifles, including 25 mounted infantry. Of this number, 120 men were employed in the hills from 4th January to 10th April in a series of expeditions through the country of the Chinboks, Chinmes, Yindus, and Chinbons, which were successfully carried out, and met with no resistance. All arrangements for transport and rations were worked out on the spot by the officers concerned, who deserve great credit for their exertions. Results Achieved. , It will be apparent from this brief summary of events recorded above that not only have the objects set forth in the Chief Commissioners minute of the 28th November 1891 been attained, but their scope largely exceeded. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781130395648

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