Sentence Examples

  • There is a garden round the Phayre Museum, managed by the Agri-Horticultural Society, and an extremely pretty and wellkept garden in the cantonments under the pagoda.
  • The cantonments, garrisoned by a native infantry regiment, are under British jurisdiction, and have a population of 4000.
  • Sir Hugh marched against Gwalior at once, captured the Morar cantonments on the 16th of June, and carried the whole of the Gwalior positions by assault on the 19th, thus restoring his state to Sindhia within ten days of taking the field.
  • In cantonments; (3) native princes have adopted certain British laws, e.g.
  • When troops are distributed in small parties amongst the houses of a town or village, they are said to be in cantonments, which are also called quarters or billets.

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