The History of the War with Russia

Henry Tyrell

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Bound with "The History of Russia". 4to. Bound full red contemporary cloth with gilt tooling. Rare Nine volume set(1-6 War with Russia; 7-9 The History of Russia).Highly Illustrated - 30 engraved portraits, 50 engraved illustrations, 10 maps by Tallis, 4 engraved titles, nearly all decorated with borders. Some spotting inside. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The History of the War with Russia
Publisher: London Printing & Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 1859
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Book Description Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. 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. 1858 Excerpt: . XIII. THE INQUIRY AT CHELSEA HOSPITAL INTO THE ACCURACY OF THE CRIMEAN REPORT BY THE GOVERNMENT COMMISSIONERS. We have already stated that the report of Sir John M Neill and Colonel Tulloch on the condition of the British army in the Crimea, during the terrible winter of 1854- 5, was charged with inaccuracy by the Earls Cardigan and Lucan, on whom it, in some measure, reflected. Each of these noblemen considered it necessary to enter into an explanation and defence of his conduct; and to afford them an opportunity of clearing their military characters of the stains which rested upon them, a royal warrant was issued, appointing a board of general officers to inquire into the statements contained in the report, and the evidence upon which it was founded. The warrant was dated the 25 th of February; but the opening of the commission was delayed for some time. It was presumed that Lord Hardinge, then commander-in-chief, would willingly have had the matter forgotten; but it had excited too much attention to be settled--or rather to be left unsettled--in that way. The Times sarcastically observed-- There is. great difficulty in convening such an assemblage of ancients as the Chelsea commis Sec p. 56. si oners. They are, for the most part, men on the wrong side of seventy, and the east wind is very keen. The nipping and unkind blast has for the last few days searched out all the weak points in the shattered frames of the veterans who have been told-off for duty at Chelsea. Two of these old gentlemen (if we are correctly informed) have already sent in certificates of ill-health; nor can we blame them for their evasion of so thankless an office. The first meeting of the Crimean board of inquiry, which assembled in the hall of Chelsea Hospital, did not ta. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781235985041

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