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NARRATIVE OF A RESIDENCE At NINEVEH; AND TRA-
LORD LINDSAY'S LETrERS FROM THE HOLY LAND. Fourth
THE SPIRIT OF THE EAST. By D. URQUIIART, Esq., M V.
THE CRESCENT AND THE CROSS; or. Romance and Realities of
THE HON. COL. KEPPEL'S (NOW LORD ALBEMARLE) PER-
LETTERS FROM THE EAST. By JOHN CARNE, Esq. Written
TRAVELS IN PALESTINE. By J. S. BUCKINGHAM, E»q.
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TRAVELS IN MESOPOTAMIA, including n Journey to tho Ur of tho
Chaldcca. and tho Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon. By J. S. BUCKINGHAM. Esq.
TRAVELS IN ASSYRIA, MEDIA, AND PERSIA. By J. S. BUCK-
TRAVELS IN ALGERIA. By VISCOUNT FEILDING and CAP-
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NARRATIVE OF A TEN YEARS' RESIDENCE AT THE COURT
TERMINATION OF THE FIRST CAMPAIGN. .» f
We left Sir D. Ochterlony, in position, on the further side of the Maloun range, with Colonel Arnold, at Rutunghur, between the enemy and Bclaspore; while Colonel Cooper was left to reduce the forts of the Ramgurh range; the first of these attacked was Ramgurh itself, which, after great exertions, in dragging up the heavy artillery, was breached at last in the middle of February.
The garrison capitulated for themselves, and were allowed to march out with the honours of
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