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Pw H 287/1-3 : Letter from Lord W.H. Cavendish Bentinck, Camp Bahadaghur [Bahadurpur], India, to [W.H.C. Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck] 4th Duke of Portland, Cavendish Square, London; 4 Dec. 1831 (Pw H 287/1-3)

her competitors one
third of the way. How
unlucky that the vessel
should happen to belong
to the only discarded
class. The principle
must be triumphant.
I see with pain the
progress of the Cholera,
& our unreverent opinion
here is that no part
of Europe will be exempt
from it. It broke out
in India in 1817. It
first appeared in a district
east of Calcutta - then
came to Calcutta, and