Objects & Places from Sharpe's Gold: Richard Sharpe and the Destruction of Almeida, August 1810

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Telegraph

This is a device for the army that uses bladders that go across ropes and transmits messages quickly across a distance.

Seven-barreled Gun

This is carried by Harper and was a Christmas present from Sharpe.

Sharpe's Sword

This is a made of heavy steel, 35 inches long, and straight-bladed, and requires a tall, powerful man to wield it.

Eagle

This is a badge given to Sharpe.

Hermitage

This is the actual building that is said to contain the gold located in Casatejada.

Moreno Vault

This is under a slab in the floor of the hermitage.

Manure Heap

This is in Casatejada and is where Harper finds the gold buried.

Donegal

This is the home of Patrick Harper and is in the Province of Ulster in Ireland.

South Essex

This is the area in England where Sharpe's regiment is from.

Redcoats

This is a term often used to refer...

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