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Journal of imprisonment in Affghanistan[sic] [microform] : (continued and concluded) / by Vincent Eyre.

Main Author: Eyre, Vincent, Sir, 1811-1881.
Language(s): English
Published: London : J. Murray, 1843.
Subjects: Eyre, Vincent, > Sir, > 1811-1881 > Captivity.
Imprisonment > Afghanistan.
Afghan Wars.
Note: Continuation of The military operations at Cabul, which ended in the retreat and destruction of the British army, Jan. 1842, with a journal of imprisonment in Afghanistan.
Directions for binding Lieut. Eyre's Affghan [sic] journal edition 1st, 2d, or 3d. The Binder will cancel from page 313, inclusive, in the original Volume, to the End, and then add this SUPPLEMENTARY PART, of which the first page is numbered 313. He may also cancel the "Editor's Notice" at page 237.--p.[iii].
Running title: Rough notes during imprisonment in Affghanistan [sic].
Physical Description: xv, p. 313 - 426 ; 20 cm.
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