Runjeet Singh was naturally disgusted at being checked by British interference.
Prominence is given to another trophy, the throne of Runjeet Singh, whom the English overthrew.
To Runjeet Singh, at any rate, the Koh-i-nûr brought no misfortune.
Runjeet Singh and myself then entered it, in company with the servant of the Fakeer.
Out of these discordant elements Runjeet Singh created his famous army of the Khalsa.
With the ruler of the Punjaub, Runjeet Singh, we were upon terms of closest offensive and defensive amity.
Runjeet Singh obtained it thence by inhospitable and unjust stratagem.
Metcalfe cleverly dropped the question of justice, and appealed to Runjeet Singh's self-interest.
We want G. to buy it for his parting present to Runjeet Singh.
Runjeet Singh died in 1839, and his successor opened the Punjab to the march of British troops.