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"Brothers in Arms." ["The stanchness and devotion of the whole force, and particularly the excellent conduct of the native officers when thrown on their own resources are worthy of the highest praise;....and the fact that at the very first men saw their British officers shot down, makes the stanchness and gallantry of the native officers, non-commissioned officers, and men even more praiseworthy."—London Gazette despatches quoted in the Times, Sept. 8.]