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The Indian Empire

1923

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Causes of the mutiny (alleged); precarious inconsistent and heavilburdened tenure of land; aministration of justice tedious costly and uncertain; exclusion of natives from honours and emoluments; ignorance of Indian languages by British functionaries and aversion evinced to natives; missionary operations; caste; free press; opium monopoly; [...] Cita:voter; account of; intrenchment; garrison; mutiny; siege; appeals for aid; capitulation; embarkation and first massacre; intelligence disbelieved at Calcutta.; victorious advance of Havelock; flight of the Nana and second massacre; heroism of the sufferers; children born during siege; Nana's proclamation [...] Delhi; mutiny and massacre; siege; proceedings within the city; state of British camp; storm; blowing in of the Cashmere gate; failure in carrying the Lahore gate; drunkenness and looting 44.; loss of lite; complete occupation of the city; church of Enland service in the Dewani Khas; [...] Lawrence (Sir Henry) warning regarding Oude; conduct in the Punjab; in Oude; person; ; Chinhut expedition; narrow escape; death; Lady Lawrence; character; sugestions to Lord Canning for relief of Cawnpoor disregarded; ; love and reverence shown to his memory throughout India. [...] Lucknow population; mutiny; natives engaged in defence of the Residency; preparations for siege; Cawnpoor battery; public securities; Chinhut expedition; commencement of siege; mutiny of sepoys and native police at Dowlutkhana and Imaumbara; R' sidency; Sir H. Lawrence killed; reported advance of Havelock; mines and count

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Frontmatter i-viii R. Martin

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Introductory Chapter 1-124 R. Martin

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Chapter II. January to May 1857 125-143 R. Martin

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Chapter III. Meerut—23rd April to 11th May 1858 143-156 R. Martin

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Chapter IV. Delhi—May 11th 156-175 R. Martin

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Chapter V. Umballah—Kurnaul—Meerut—Ferozpoor—May 1857 176-184 R. Martin

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Chapter VI. Agra Alighur Mynpoorie Neemuch and Nusseerabad.—May and June 1857 185-196 R. Martin

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Chapter VII. The Punjab and the Peshawur Valley.—May 1857 196-203 R. Martin

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Chapter VIII. March of British Forces and Siege of Delhi.—May 27th to June 24th 1857 203-211 R. Martin

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Chapter IX. Rohilcund Bareilly Moradabad Seharunpoor Shahjehanpoor Budaon and Almora.—May 21st to June 3rd 1857 212-216 R. Martin

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Chapter X. Oude Lucknow Seetapoor Mohumdee Mullaon Bahraetch Gondah Mullapoor Fyzabad Salone and Duriabad.—May 16th to July 4th 1857 217-245 R. Martin

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Chapter XI. Gawnpoor.—May 16th to June 27th 1857 245-264 R. Martin

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Chapter XII. Calcutta and Barrackpoor.—May and June 1857 264-279 R. Martin

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Chapter XIII. Azimghur Benares Jaunpoor and Allahabad.—May and June 1857 279-303 R. Martin

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Chapter XIV. Jhansi Nowgong Chutterpoor Logassee Chirkaree Kubrai Adjyghur Banda Futtehpoor Humeerpoor Jaloun Oorai and Sumpter.—May and June 1857 303-320 R. Martin

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Chapter XV. Futtehghur and Furruckabad.—May and June 1857 320-332 R. Martin

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Chapter XVI. Gwalior and Indore.—May June and July 1857 332-353 R. Martin

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Chapter XVII. Territories of the Nizam Aurungabad and Hyderabad.—May to August Agra.—June to September Saugor: the Punjab Jullundur Jhelum Phillour Umritsir and Sealkote.—June and July 1857 353-373 R. Martin

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Chapter XVIII. Allahabad; Successful Advance of Havelock’s Column; Massacre of Women and Children at Cawnpoor; Flight of the Nana and Reoccupation of Cawnpoor 373-385 R. Martin

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Chapter XIX. Operations in Oude of Moveable Column under General Havelock; Lucknow and Cawnpoor.—July and August 1857 385-395 R. Martin

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Chapter XX. Calcutta; Arrival of Sir Colin Campbell from England and Reinforcements from he Colonies; Revolt in Behar Patna and Dinapoor; Relief of Arrah; the Vengeance-Cry; Government Instructions Regarding Mutineers; Kolapoor and Sattara ; Berhampoor Rohnee and Bhaugulpoor.—July to October 1857 395-417 R. Martin

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Chapter XXI. Reinforcement of Lucknow by Outram and Havelock.—September 1857 417-426 R. Martin

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Chapter XXII. Affairs in the Punjab; Battle of Nujufghur; Capture of Delhi; Surrender of the King 426-460 R. Martin

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Chapter XXIII. Relief of Agra; Rescue of Lucknow Garrison; Evacuation of Lucknow; Windham Besieged at Cawnpoor and Relieved by Sir Colin Campbell.—September to December 1857 461-475 R. Martin

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Chapter XXIV. Reoccupation of Futtehghur; Siege and Reoccupation of Lucknow.—January February and March 1858 475-483 R. Martin

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Chapter XXV. Campaign of Generals Rose Roberts and Whitlock; Capture of Jhansi Kotah Banda Koonch and Calpee; Fall and Reconquest of Gwalior; Ranee of Jhansi Killed; Azimghur and Jugdespoor; Death of Kooer Sing; General Walpole at Royea; Brigadier Hope Killed; Sir Colin Campbell’s Campaign; General Penny Killed; Battle of Bareilly and Reoccupation of Rohilcund.—January to June 1858 483-496 R. Martin

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Chapter XXVI. Campaign in Oude; Fate of Leading Rebels; Moolvee of Lucknow; Lall Madhoo Sing of Amethie; Bainie Madhoo Rana of Shunkerpoor ; Dabee Bux Rajah of Gonda; Nirput Sing of Royea; Tantia Topee; Maun Sing; Mehndie Hossein; Feroze Shah Prince of Delhi; Begum of Oude and Birjis Kudder; Nawabs of Furruckabad Banda and Jhujjur; Rajahs Of Mithowlee and Bullubghur; Trial Sentence and Transportation of the King of Delhi; Surrender of Khan Bahadoor. Khan; Penal Settlement for Sepoys Formed at the Andamans; Termination of the Rule of the E.I. Company; Proclamation of the Sovereignty of Queen Victoria Nov 1858; Conclusion 496-504 R. Martin

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