BRIGANDS ON THE AFGHAN BORDER.
♦ [PEEBS ASSOCIATION.] (Received February 9, 10.30 a.m.) Calcutta, Bth February. The brigands at Goornatti, near the Afghan border, agaiust whom a British force was sent from Edwardesabad, but compelled to retreat with the loss of six men killed and 14 wounded, have since the engagement abandoned their defences.
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BRIGANDS ON THE AFGHAN BORDER., Evening Post, Volume LVII, Issue 33, 9 February 1899
BRIGANDS ON THE AFGHAN BORDER. Evening Post, Volume LVII, Issue 33, 9 February 1899
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