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The City of Delhi before the Siege, 1857

December 31, 1856
Mirza Firuz Shah
Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

The City of Delhi before the Siege, 1857



l.TheJaniuna 2. Offshoot of the Jamuna 3. Pontoon Bridge 4. Salimgarh 5. Palace and gardens 6. Throne. Room 7. Chandni Chauk 8. Canal street 9. The Bank 10. Jama Masjid 11. Sadullah Khan 12. Fatehpur Masjid 13. Nigambodh Gate 14. Kashmir Gate 15. Mori Gate 16. Kabul Gate and Water Gate 17. The Canal 18. Lahore Gate 19. Delhi College 20. Ajmeri Gate 21. Turkman Gate 22. Delhi Gate 23. Jail 24.Lunatic Asylum 25. English Church 26. Magazine and Store House 27. Skinner's House 28. Customs House 29. Martello Towers 30. Qutab Minar 31. Ruins of Old-Delhi. On the left is shown the bridge of boats over which the Meerut-Sepoys crossed the Jamuna on the morning of 11 May 1857 and entered Delhi.

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