Lucknow And Oude In The Mutiny
Mirza Firuz Shah
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A.D. Innes & Co.- London
Royal Mughal Ref:
THIS account of the part played by Lucknow and Oude in the Bengal mutiny is not meant to be anything more than what it is called a narrative and a study; and it has been written with the desire to show, in their true proportion and colour, some of the important points of that convulsion and contest; including’ its antecedents, its characteristics and its issues, as well as its actual incidents.
The principal additions have lain entirely in rectifying unintentional omissions to bring to proper notice in the former edition some of the most prominent services rendered during the war; especially those of General Inglis at Lucknow India, and of Colonel Baird Smith and Major Charles Reid at Delhi.
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