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for the benefit of both o●fficers and men, and people of all ●classes vied in welcoming t

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ld, Mr.Roebuck, at a dinner given to the ●4th Dragoon Guards, said in his speech that▓ our

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ou belong.We ▓are not afraid of soldiers.We▓ love you as brethren, and we ▓know that you will protect us as such.” The●se are welcome words to

those who have seen how● strong had been the antipathy to a● standing army in the past.By sheer● patien

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ce, sheer bravery, and continuous go●od behaviour, the standing arm▓y had won its place in the national ▓heart. All the infantry were now armed with ●a new rifle, the Enfield.The Minié, in

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antagonism.On the Frenc●h side, Dupleix, already at the head of▓ the French “Raj,” a man of considera●ble ability, had gained enormous in

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cutta and caused the death▓ of the majority of the survivors by their▓ imprisonment in the “Black Hole.●” The intricate, and not very ▓cred

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acy that ensu▓ed culminated in the battle of Plassy, not●orious as being won against extraordinary odd●s, and as leading directly to the d▓estruction of the French powe▓r in India. The European, or at fi▓rst largely half-caste army employed ther●e was not numerous.The remai

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rrison that had been sent● to take possession of the Bom▓bay dowry formed the nucleus of the “Bombay ●Regiment,” which became the Bengal ▓Fusiliers, or “Old Toughs,” and is now the 2●nd Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers.●They behaved gallantly in the early fighting● at Cudd

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n the strength of the home army until 1858.In● 1754 the first true European re●giment, the 39th, was despatc●hed to hold Madras.For this it is distinguished● by the motto “Primus in Indis.” It i●s most curious to note, therefore, in all th▓ese early efforts at dominion in Ind

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  • as Sepoy took a most import●ant part, and behaved manfully. Two▓ smaller “affairs,” the capture of Fort Hooghl●ey and Chandernagore, precede

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  • Royal Munster and 2nd ▓Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers), with 2000● Sepoys and 8 six-pounders, with 2 howitze●rs.The battle lasted from the▓ 22nd t

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ill the morning of the 23rd Jun▓e, and resulted in the dispersion of the enemy ●with a loss in killed and wounde▓d on the British side of b

ut seventy●-two men.But though far reaching in its

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