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MILES, William (d. 1860)
To the proprietors of East-India stock. ... In reference to my address of the 29th March, I have the honor to submit to you the following testimonials of my service in India, to which I solicit your favorable attention, trusting they will be found such as to countenance my humble pretensions to your patronage in obtaining a seat in the East India Direction. ...
[London]: 1836.
7, [1] p. ; 24.8 cm. (4°)

Dated 'Oriental Club, 10th May 1836' and signed in ink Wm. Miles. Omitted from the various testimonials to Captain Miles's achievements is the fact that on an expedition from Rangoon in August-September 1824, lieutenant-colonel Miles captured the new state carriage of the king of Ava, exhibited at the Egyptian-Hall in November 1825.

Binding Folded papers.

Reference Number 5893


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