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16 July 1857: "Sitting alone at breakfast I took up the paper and saw in the military intelligence that Montague [son]"s regiment (2nd Batt. Rifle Brigade) was under orders for the East. For a moment I felt stupefied, then I dropped to my knees and prayed God to shield him from harm and keep him from evil in the strange land. Then I went upstairs to Charley [husband] and had a hearty cry upon his shoulder".

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Lady Charlotte's anxiety heightened by the fact that the Siege of Cawnpore had just taken place in India; see ed.'s remarks on p.69 of source. Ed. also notes that Montague Guest was not sent to India after all, his colonel deciding that at 18 he was still too young (see p.69 in source).

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military intelligence column

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Evidence

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/83940
Accessed on 2019/11/19 04:07:11

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Schreiber, Lady Charlotte
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