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Panjab Digital Library - Digitization of The Lawrences of The Punjab
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The Lawrences of The Punjab

Description The sense of responsibility was strong upon the Lawrences, to God as to man. Heroes, demigods, were they in the eyes of the Sikhs, yet they were only two men of finer clay than most. Such were the Lawrence brothers Henry Lawrence and John Lawrence, top ranking British rulers of Punjab in the post annexation period. This volume provides details about their temperaments, the similarity and differences in their opinions, their qualities of leadership and their services to the British Empire. It is gripping and captivating in reading, rich in detail and objective in its evaluation.[edit]
Keywords Sikhs, Kabul, Lord Hardnige, Gulab Singh, Lahore, Maharani, Multan, Annexation, 1849, 1846, Lawrence, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-005101
Author Frederick P. Gibbon
Year 1908
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd. Toronto Newyork
Custodian Bhai Ditt Singh Library
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         394
 
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