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BY A BENGAL E E.
“ Then did Sir Knight abandon dwelling,
SAUNDERS AND OTLEY, CONDUIT STREET.
LIEUT. - COL. WILLIAM WHITE MOORE,
HON. EAST INDIA COMPANY'S SERVICE,
THIS VOLUME IS INSCRIBED BY
HIS GRATEFUL AND ATTACHED FRIEND
MEMOIRS OF A CADET.
In the year 18—, I received my appointment as a Cadet of Infantry on the Bengal establishment. I was but sixteen
and the thoughts of becoming my own master, and visiting foreign countries, at that time completely outweighed the pangs of separation from home and friends.
I will not, like many auto-biographers, confound the reader's imagination with descriptions of the omens, portents, and signs, that astonished