Complete Books

Forty-One Years in India
From Subaltern to Commander-In-Chief
FIELD MARSHAL LORD ROBERTS

  CHAPTER I

  CHAPTER II

  CHAPTER III

  CHAPTER IV

  CHAPTER V

  CHAPTER VI

  CHAPTER VII

  CHAPTER VIII

  CHAPTER IX

  CHAPTER X

  CHAPTER XI

  CHAPTER XII

  CHAPTER XIII

  CHAPTER XIV

  CHAPTER XV

  CHAPTER XVI

  CHAPTER XVII

  CHAPTER XVIII

  CHAPTER XIX

  CHAPTER XX

  CHAPTER XXI

  CHAPTER XXII

  CHAPTER XXIII

  CHAPTER XXIV

  CHAPTER XXV

  CHAPTER XXVI

  CHAPTER XXVII

  CHAPTER XXVIII

  CHAPTER XXIX

  CHAPTER XXX

  CHAPTER XXXI

  CHAPTER XXXII

  CHAPTER XXXIII

  CHAPTER XXXIV

  CHAPTER XXXV

  CHAPTER XXXVI

  CHAPTER XXXVII

  CHAPTER XXXVIII

  CHAPTER XXXIX

  CHAPTER XL

  CHAPTER XLI

  CHAPTER XLII

  CHAPTER XLIII

  CHAPTER XLIV

  CHAPTER XLV

  CHAPTER XLVI

  CHAPTER XLVII

  CHAPTER XLVIII

  CHAPTER XLIX

  CHAPTER L

  CHAPTER LI

  CHAPTER LII

  CHAPTER LIII

  CHAPTER LIV

  CHAPTER LV

  CHAPTER LVI

  CHAPTER LVII

  CHAPTER LVIII

  CHAPTER LIX

  CHAPTER LX

  CHAPTER LXI

  CHAPTER LXII

  CHAPTER LXIII

  CHAPTER LXIV

  CHAPTER LXV

  CHAPTER LXVI

  CHAPTER LXVII

  CHAPTER LXVIII

  APPENDIX

  INDEX

   
 

INDEX

PERSONS


A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y | Z

(Note: The Page number is the link to the reference.
Pagex indicates that the reference is (only) in the Footnote).
 


 

  • Abbott, General Sir James, K.C.B., 19, 28
  • Abdulla Jan, 330, 343, 484, 559
  • Abdur Rahman, 303, 304, 305, 306, 422, 458, 459, 460, 461, 462, 463, 466, 467, 468, 471, 472, 473, 483, 493, 503, 504, 505, 506, 510, 529, 538, 539, 553, 560, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566
  • Adams, Rev. W.J., 360, 361, 436, 550
  • Adye, General Sir John, G.C.B., 285, 287, 289, 291
  • Afzal Khan, 303, 304, 305
  • Ahmed Shah Durani, 5094
  • Aitken, Major, 189
  • Akbar, The Emperor, 20, 148, 5094
  • Akram Khan, 370
  • Albert Victor, H.R.H. Prince, 529, 530
  • Ali, 1831
  • Ali Khan, 304
  • Alison, Sir Archibald, 185
  • Alla Sing, Jemadar, 4892
  • Allen, Surgeon-General, 550
  • Allgood, Captain, 185, 264
  • Amar Sing, Raja, 527
  • Anderson, Captain, 361, 362
  • Anderson, Major, 548
  • Anson, Major Augustus, 144, 179, 182, 207, 218, 220, 224
  • Anson, General the Hon. G., 38, 44, 45, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 63, 79, 82, 83, 87, 138
  • Aslam Khan, Lieutenant-Colonel, C.I.E., 10
  • Asmatulla Khan, 420
  • Ata Mahomed Khan, Nawab, 329
  • Auckland, Lord, 306, 338, 339
  • Ayub Khan, 422, 459, 460, 466, 468, 469, 470, 471, 482, 483, 484, 485, 487, 490, 491, 492
  • Azim Khan, 303, 304, 305, 553
  • Azimulla Khan, 1622, 210, 238, 239
  • Aziz Khan, Subadar Major, 3544


 

  • Baber, The Emperor, 5094
  • Badcock, Major, 350, 368, 388, 439, 474, 4774, 4823, 550, 568
  • Badshah Khan, 387
  • Bahadur Shah, 237
  • Baigrie, Colonel, 323, 324
  • Baird, Sir David, 187
  • Baird-Smith, Colonel, 8810, 8910, 100, 102, 117, 119, 120, 122, 123, 131, 134
  • Baker, Brigadier-General Sir Thomas, K.C.B., 385, 391, 394, 395, 403, 404, 405, 406, 408, 409, 410, 426, 427, 430, 432, 433, 438, 439, 440, 441, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 4492, 450, 456, 475, 488, 489, 493
  • Baker, Colonel Valentine, 323
  • Bakram Khan, 420
  • Bannatyne, Captain, 142
  • Barnard, Major-General Sir Henry, 52, 53, 54, 55, 58, 70, 78, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 89, 90, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 101, 102, 108, 327
  • Barnston, Major Roger, 180, 184, 187
  • Barr, Captain, 23, 30
  • Barter, Major Richard, 122, 123, 126, 171
    • Mrs., 123
  • Battye, Captain Wigram, 3433, 4477
    • Colonel Arthur, 488, 492
    • Frederick, Captain, 4477
    • Quintin, Lieutenant, 90, 4477
  • Beaconsfield, The Earl of, 328, 458, 464 [Page 582]
  • Beadon, Sir Cecil, 258
  • Becher, Captain, 19
    • Major-General Arthur, 24, 97, 263, 280
    • Major Sullivan, 4903
  • Bellew, Dr., 31, 3433, 417, 4225
  • Benares, Maharaja of, 259
  • Bentinck, Lord William, 235, 241
  • Bernard, Sir Charles, K.C.S.I., 498, 508, 517, 518
  • Bertrand, Father, 123
  • Bhartpur, Raja of, 545
  • Bhopal, Begum of, 272, 273, 274, 525
  • Biddulph, Brigadier-General M., 346
  • Biddulph, Colonel, 191
  • Birbul, 362
  • Birsing, Sepoy, 4892
  • Blackwood, Major, 316
  • Blanc, Dr., 298
  • Blunt, Colonel, 120, 1411, 144, 151, 152, 17810, 179, 180, 2042
  • Bogle, Captain, 298
  • Booth, Lieutenant, 47715
  • Bourchier, General Sir George, K.C.B., 63, 1411, 151, 170, 172, 173, 178, 18013, 191, 203, 2042, 205, 206, 310, 311, 315, 316, 317, 318
  • Bowring, Mr. Lewin, 263
  • Brabazon, Lieutenant, 362, 3843
  • Brackenbury, General, 531, 534
  • Bradshaw, Dr., 332
  • Brasyer, Colonel, 226, 227
  • Bridge, Captain, 2042
  • Bright, John, The Right Hon., 5148
    • General Sir Robert, G.C.B., 392, 418, 424, 430, 440, 443, 448, 452, 464, 465, 468
  • Brind, Brigadier Frederick, 59
    • General Sir James, G.C.B., 120, 136
  • Broadfoot, Captain, 3843
  • Brooke, Brigadier-General, 481
  • Brown, Major-General Rodney, 19
    • Major Tod, 522, 176
  • Browne, Dr. John Campbell, 107, 229
    • Sir James, 511
    • General Sir Samuel, V.C., G.C.B., K.C.S.I., 1758, 228, 229, 346, 3512, 369, 373, 378, 384
  • Brownlow, Colonel F., 358, 359, 3843, 437, 450, 489, 492, 550
  • Brownlow, General Sir Charles, G.C.B., 283, 286, 289, 310, 317
  • Bruce, Major-General H. Legeyt, C.B., 208, 215
  • Brunow, Baron, 340
  • Budgen, Lieutenant, 201, 202
  • Bukhtiar Khan, 377, 378
  • Bulkeley, Major, 550
  • Bunny, Lieutenant Arthur, 174
  • Burgess, Corporal, 126
  • Burn-Murdoch, Lieutenant, 3843
  • Burnes, Sir Alexander, 338, 339
  • Burroughs, Captain, 181
  • Burrows, Brigadier, 468, 469, 470, 471, 484, 488
  • Bushman, Colonel, 43714
  • Butler, Colonel Thomas. V.C., 223
  • Butson, Captain, 443


 

  • Cambridge, H.R.H. the Duke of, 2171, 301, 302, 493, 498, 529, 530
  • Cameron, Captain, 298
    • Lance-Sergeant, 489
  • Campbell, Colonel (Bays), 226, 227
  • Campbell, Colonel, 63, 64, 67, 73, 118, 124, 127, 128, 129, 131
  • Campbell, Lady, 263
    • Major, 120, 121
    • Sir Colin. See Clyde
    • Sir Edward, 262, 263
    • Sir George, 84, 231
  • Canning, Lady, 255, 257, 259, 262, 263, 264, 267, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275
  • Canning, Viscount, Governor-General and Viceroy,
    • succeeds Lord Dalhousie, 30;
    • condemns action of Meerut authorities, 45;
    • praises General Wilson and the Army of Delhi, 140;
    • advised by Sir Henry Lawrence, 195, 196;
    • not in accord with Sir Colin Campbell, 215;
    • insists on employment of Nepalese troops, 216;
    • proposals regarding native recruits, 243;
    • Viceregal progress, 255-267;
    • passes the income tax against much opposition, 268, 269;
    • marches through Central India, 271-273;
    • durbar at Jubbulpore, 272;
    • durbar at Lucknow, 273;
    • durbar at Allahabad, 274;
    • third durbar at Lucknow, 274;
    • loses his wife, 275;
    • leaves India, 277;
    • unjustly criticized, 277;
    • his character, 277;
    • 42, 44, 51, 57, 125, 157, 195, 196, 215, 216, 217, 243, 254, 271, 272, 276, 331
  • Carey, Captain, 159, 160
  • Carmichael, Sergeant, 126
  • Carr, Captain, 355, 550 [Page 583]
  • Case, Major, 189
    • Mrs., 189
  • Cavagnari, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Louis, K.C.B., C.S.I., 341, 343, 344, 345, 369, 373, 376, 377, 378, 380, 381, 383, 386, 388, 389, 401, 420, 425, 4592
  • Cavagnari, Lady, 381
  • Cesarewitch, H.I.H. the, 531
  • Chalmers, Major Henry, 155
  • Chamberlain, General Crawford, C.S.I., 9, 70, 71, 72, 103
  • Chamberlain, General Sir Neville, 93, 35, 36, 38, 395, 62, 63, 64, 67, 68, 73, 97, 103, 105, 106, 1124, 117, 118, 131, 134, 137, 138, 276, 280, 282, 283, 284, 285, 343, 344, 345, 350
  • Chamberlain, Colonel Neville, 350, 4237, 438, 4993, 527
  • Chamberlain, Mrs., 9
  • Chandra Shamsher, 537
  • Channer, Major-General, V.C., C.B., 361
  • Chapman, Lieutenant-Colonel, 4685, 475, 485, 4867
  • Chelmsford, General Lord, G.C.B., 3251
  • Chesney, Sir George, 514, 518, 531, 532
  • Chester, Colonel, 547, 73, 86
  • Childers, The Right Hon. Hugh, 497, 498
  • Chisholme, Captain, 443
  • Christie, Mr., 3842
  • Churchill, Lord Randolph, 508
  • Clarendon, The Earl of, 340
  • Clarke, Lieutenant-Colonel, 405, 444, 445
  • Cleland, Lieutenant-Colonel, 3843, 434, 435, 436, 43714
  • Clerk, Sir George, 246
  • Clive, Lord, 56, 94, 1321, 1943, 309, 501
  • Clyde, Lord (Sir Colin Campbell),
    • lays out cantonment of Peshawar, 11, 12;
    • substituted helmets for cocked hats, 104;
    • orders to his men at the Alma, 115;
    • appointed Commander-in-Chief in India, 142;
    • starts for relief of Lucknow, 164;
    • takes command of relieving force, 166;
    • plans and preparations for the relief, 168-170;
    • his personal attention to details, 170;
    • fixes his Head-Quarters in the MartiniŤre, 173;
    • makes a feint, 174;
    • orders more ammunition, 175, 176;
    • wounded, 179;
    • selects point for breach, 180;
    • orders assault of Sikandarbagh, 180;
    • leads the 93rd to the attack, 184;
    • his aide-de-camp wounded, 185;
    • quartered in the Shah Najaf, 186;
    • his prudence, 187;
    • orders second assault, 187;
    • orders colours to be planted on mess-house, 187;
    • meeting with Havelock and Outram, 188;
    • his soldierly instincts, 189;
    • evacuation of the Residency, 190-193;
    • thanks the troops for their services, 199;
    • march to Cawnpore, 200-203;
    • defeats Nana Sahib and Tantia Topi at Cawnpore, 204-207;
    • high opinion of Hope Grant, 209;
    • favoured Highlanders unduly, 213;
    • action at Khudaganj, 213-215;
    • invidious selection of commanders, 217;
    • prepares for siege of Lucknow, 217;
    • adopts Napier's plan of attack, 221;
    • interview with Jung Bahadur, 224;
    • makes an error of judgment, 226, 227;
    • his good use of artillery, 229;
    • kindness of heart, 264, 265;
    • accompanies Lord Canning to Peshawar, 267;
    • succeeded by Sir Hugh Rose, 269;
    • 171, 177, 178, 18119, 197, 208, 210, 211, 212, 216, 217, 220, 222, 230, 255, 256, 257, 259, 263, 266, 267, 279
  • Cobbe, Brigadier, 357, 360, 362, 550
  • Cochin, Raja of, 501
  • Coke, General Sir John, G.C.B., 62, 68, 100, 101, 110, 111, 114, 130, 1396
  • Collen, Major-General Sir Edwin, K.C.I.E., 298, 522
  • Collett, Colonel, 350, 355, 356, 388, 488, 550
  • Colley, Major-General Sir George, K.C.B., 377, 497
  • Collis, Major, 550
  • Colquhoun, Captain, 550
  • Colvin, Mr., 156, 157, 545
  • Combe, Major-General, C.B., 386
  • Congreve, Colonel, 108
  • Connaught, H.R.H. the Duchess of, 504
  • Connaught, H.R.H. the Duke of, 504, 505
  • Conolly, Captain, 383, 384, 387
  • Cook, Major, 378-3793, 404, 431, 438, 439
  • Cooper, Lieutenant, 181
    • Sir George, 324
  • Coote, Sir Eyre, 501 [Page 584]
  • Corbett, Brigadier, 65, 66, 67, 68
  • Cosserat, Captain, 175, 228, 229
  • Cotton, Captain, 405
    • General Sir Sydney, G.C.B., 13, 25, 26, 27, 35, 36, 37, 38, 395, 60
    • Lieutenant-Colonel, 152
  • Courtney, Mr., 111
  • Cowie, Rev. W.G., 287
  • Cracklow, Lieutenant, 144
  • Cranbrook, Earl of, 347, 348, 3512, 4174, 458, 461
  • Craster, Major, 454
  • Cross, The Viscount, 515, 519, 529, 535
  • Crosse, Captain, 127
  • Crutchley, Captain, 203
  • Cunnyngham, Lieutenant Dick, 442
  • Currie, Colonel, 361, 3843, 550


 

  • D'Aguilar, Major, 2228
  • Dalhousie, The Marquess of (Governor-General of India),
    • his epitaph on Colonel Mackeson, 15;
    • his Afghan policy, 27-28;
    • treaty with Dost Mahomed, 29;
    • resigns, 30;
    • 111, 33, 234, 235, 236, 237, 242,
  • Dal Sing, Jemadar, 1396
  • Daly, General Sir Henry, G.C.B., 62, 93, 117, 131
  • Daubeny, Brigadier-General, 488
  • Daud Shah, 38811, 395, 413, 424, 426, 451
  • Davidson, Colonel, 35
  • Davison, Lieutenant, 535
  • Dawes, Major, 63
  • Deb Shamsher Jung, 536
  • Delafosse, Lieutenant, 1623
  • Delhi, King of, 88, 110, 111, 136, 137, 143, 237, 238, 239, 260
  • Denison, Sir William, 285, 287
  • Denniss, Colonel, 73
  • Dholpur, Raja of, 261
  • Dinkar Rao, 154, 261
  • Dir Sing, Naick, 4891
  • Disney, Lieutenant, 298
  • Dost Mahomed Khan, 10, 11, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 238, 303, 3044, 305, 306, 338, 339, 457, 461, 466
  • Douglas, Brigadier, 227
    • Lieutenant C., 4903
  • Drew, Colonel Barry, 362, 371,550
  • Drummond, Colour-Sergeant, 442
    • Mr., 155
  • Drysdale, General Sir William, K.C.B., 143, 144
  • Dufferin, The Marchioness of, 504, 506, 521
  • Dufferin, The Marquess of, 503, 504, 505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 510, 514, 515, 516, 517, 519, 521, 522, 523, 524, 525, 532
  • Duke, Dr. Joshua, 4456
  • Dunbar, Captain, 91
  • Dundas, Captain, V.C., 454
  • Dundu Pant. See Nana Sahib
  • Dupuis, Major-General, 204
  • Durand, Sir Henry Marion, K.C.S.I., C.B., 284
    • Sir Mortimer, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E., 386, 4142, 4225, 439, 460, 5399, 553


 

  • Earle, Captain, 113
  • Eden, Major, 546
    • Sir Ashley, 382
  • Edgar, Sir John, K.C.S.I., 311, 318
  • Edwardes, Sir Herbert, Commissioner of Peshawar, 11;
    • his remarkable character, 27;
    • advocates friendly relations with Kabul, 27;
    • strongly supported by Lord Dalhousie, 28;
    • his magnanimity, 29;
    • Lawrence's counsellor, 58;
    • John Nicholson's dearest friend, 138;
    • 11, 17, 18, 35, 36, 37, 395, 60, 61, 125, 138, 246
  • Egerton, Lieutenant, 447
  • Elgin, The Earl of, Viceroy of India, 112, 277, 280, 285
  • Eli Bux, 4533
  • Eliot, Captain, 47715
  • Ellenborough, Lord, 259
  • Elles, Lieutenant-Colonel E., 521, 522
    • Lieutenant-General Sir W.K., K.C.B., 531
  • Elphinstone, General, 419, 449
    • Lord, 269
    • Mountstuart, 246
  • Elverson, Lieutenant, 47715
  • English, Colonel, 218
  • Ewart, General Sir John, K.C.B., 174, 180, 181, 203


 

  • Faiz Mahomed Khan, 3032, 344, 345
  • Farakabad, Nawab of, 212
  • Farwell, Major, 3843
  • Finnis, Colonel, 46, 47
  • Fisher, Colonel, 548
    • Lieutenant, 47715
  • Fitzgerald, Lieutenant, 126
  • Fitzgerald, Lieutenant Mordaunt, 26 [Page 585]
    • Lieutenant C., 47714
    • Major, 713
  • Fitz-Hugh, Lieutenant-Colonel, 354, 358, 359, 379, 3843, 404, 405, 431, 550
  • Forbes, Lieutenant, 442
  • Ford, Mr., 546
  • Forrest, Mr. George, 86, 9114, 9417, 1102, 1205, 241
  • Forsyth, Sir Douglas, C.B., K.C.S.I., 57, 81, 321, 323, 3303
  • Franks, Major-General, 2171, 2206, 226
  • Fraser, Colonel, 157, 158
  • Fraser-Tytler, Colonel, 113
  • French, Captain, 152
  • Frere, Sir Bartle, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., 274, 328
  • Frome, Captain, 489, 492
  • Futteh Khan, 440
  • Fuzl Ali, 547
  • Fyzabad, Moulvie of, 228, 547


 

  • Gaisford, Lieutenant, 447
  • Galbraith, Major, 350, 356, 359, 379, 550
  • Ganda Sing, Captain, 22715, 228
    • Bakshi, 375
  • Garvock, General Sir John, G.C.B., 287, 288, 290
  • Gawler, Colonel, 278
    • Mrs., 278
  • Ghazi-ud-din Haidar, 1831
  • Ghulam Haidar Khan, Sardar, 29
  • Ghulam Hussein Khan, Nawab Sir, K.C.S.I., 344, 3467, 3512, 389, 416, 4225
  • Ghulam Hyder, 455
  • Gibbon, Major, 2228
  • Gladstone, The Right Hon. W.E., 464, 496, 5106
  • Goad, Captain, 367, 550
  • Gokal Sing, Jemadar, 18119
  • Goldsmid, General Sir Frederick, K.C.M.G., 321
  • Gomm, Sir William, 24
  • Gopal Borah, Havildar, 4903
  • Gordon, Captain, 134, 1411
    • Captain, 447
    • Colonel B., 3843, 385, 431, 4339, 434, 4492
    • General John, 354, 355, 358, 364, 550
    • Brigadier-General T., 394
    • Lance-Corporal, 4892
    • Lieutenant-Colonel, 180
  • Gortchakoff, Prince, 323, 339
  • Gough, Brigadier-General Charles, 424, 440, 443, 448, 452, 454, 455, 456
  • Gough, Captain Bloomfield, 434
    • Lieutenant-General Sir Hugh, V.C., G.C.B., 48, 49, 1411, 144, 151, 170, 176, 177, 17810, 214, 230, 362, 363, 371, 373, 377, 386, 417, 435, 439, 450, 453, 463, 475, 483, 486, 487-488, 491, 550
    • Lord, 2
    • Sir John, 2
  • Grant, Lieutenant, 406
    • General Sir Hope, G.C.B., 85, 93, 94, 127, 129, 130, 142, 159, 164, 165, 166, 169, 172, 173, 176, 179, 184, 186, 190, 197, 198, 199, 202, 206, 207, 208, 209, 212, 213, 214, 216, 217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 227, 228, 229, 230, 256, 257, 264
    • Field-Marshal Sir Patrick, G.C.B., G.C.S.I., 24, 112, 113
  • Grant-Duff, Lady, 497
    • Sir Mount Stewart, G.C.S.I. 497
  • Grantham, Captain Frank, 12
  • Graves, Brigadier, 85, 108
  • Greathed, Brigadier-General, 142, 143, 146, 150, 151, 152, 158, 159, 1691, 178, 183, 203, 2041, 205, 214
  • Greathed, Lieutenant, 121, 122, 126
  • Greaves, General Sir George, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 472
  • Green, Major, 3843, 452
    • Major-General Sir George, K.C.B., 62, 1411, 187
  • Greensill, Captain, 109
  • Greer, Sergeant, 367
  • Greig, Lieutenant, 488
  • Grey, Sir George, 1123
    • Private, 4903
  • Grieve, Private, 4903
  • Griffin, Sir Lepel, 460, 462, 466, 467, 468, 472, 473, 560, 561
  • Griffiths, Major, 399, 400, 431, 438
  • Guise, Captain, 187,
  • Gurbaj Sing, Subadar-Major, 4891
  • Gwalior, Maharaja of, 261, 524


 

  • Habibulla Khan, Mirza, 346 7
    • Mustaufi, 391, 392, 393, 413, 427, 459, 462, 466, 551, 552, 553
  • Hagenau, Major von, 5095
  • Haines, Sir Frederick, 328, 332, 335, 350, 367, 384, 385, 418, 448,[Page 586] 469, 472, 566, 569
  • Hakim, Sepoy, 4891
  • Hale, Brigadier, 191, 197, 198
  • Hall, Captain, 404, 445
  • Hallifax, Brigadier, 547, 57, 85
  • Hammick, Captain St. V., 3433
  • Hamilton, Lieutenant, 380
    • Colonel Ian, 4993, 528
  • Hammond, Major, 406, 443, 447
  • Hanbury, Surgeon-General, 475
  • Handscombe, Brigadier, 548
  • Hardinge, Captain George, 548
    • General the Hon. A.E., 326, 327, 500
    • The Viscount, 235
  • Hardy, Captain, 172, 180
  • Harness, Colonel, 204, 229
  • Harris, Rev. J., 189
  • Hartington, The Marquis of, 464, 529
  • Hashim Khan, 484
  • Hastings, Major, 386, 4142, 4225, 477
  • Havelock, General Sir Henry, K.C.B.,
    • letter from, 112, 113;
    • fails to force his way to Lucknow, 141;
    • note from, in Greek character, 146;
    • made K.C.B., 188;
    • meeting with Sir Colin Campbell, 188;
    • his death, 199;
    • 114, 148, 158, 163, 164, 167, 1691, 173, 188, 194, 195, 197, 2094, 209, 256
  • Hawkes, Lieutenant, 47714
  • Hawthorne, Bugler, 126
  • Hay, Lord William. See Tweeddale
    • Major, 406
  • Hayes, Captain Fletcher, 159, 160
    • Mrs., 189
  • Haythorne, General Sir Edmund, K.C.B., 280
  • Hearsay, General, 41, 42, 43
  • Heath, Admiral Sir Leopold, K.C.B., 301
  • Heathcote, Lieutenant A., 136
    • Major Mark, 386, 465
  • Hennessy, Colonel, 487
  • Hewitt, General, 44, 45, 47, 48, 55, 57
  • Hills-Johnes, Lieutenant-General Sir James, V.C., G.C.B., 96, 102, 103, 263, 298, 394, 416, 435, 440, 450, 455, 465
  • Hinde, Major, 1411
  • Hodson, Major, 84, 85, 105, 115, 130, 137, 138, 1411, 144, 148, 151, 17810, 224, 225
  • Holkar, Maharaja, 261, 272
  • Home, Lieutenant, 121, 122, 126, 136, 145
  • Hood, General Cockburn, C.B., 22817
  • Hope, Colonel the Hon. Adrian, 1691, 170, 173, 178, 179, 180, 184, 185, 203, 204, 205, 206, 210, 212, 213, 214, 223
  • Hopkins, Captain, 187, 218
  • Hornsby, Captain, 488
  • Hovenden, Lieutenant, 33, 126
  • Hudson, Lieutenant-General Sir John, K.C.B., 371, 3843, 443, 450, 451, 452
  • Huene, Major von, 5095
  • Hughes, General Sir W.T., K.C.B., 71
  • Hughes, Major-General T.E., C.B., 286, 289
  • Hunt, Captain, 404
  • Hyderabad, Nizam of, 334, 501


 

  • Ibrahim Khan, 3032
    • Sultan, 5094
  • Inderbir Lama, Sepoy, 4903
  • Inge, Captain, 3843
  • Inglis, Brigadier, 1601, 203, 2041, 205, 206, 207
  • Inglis, Lady, 189
  • Innes, Lieutenant-General McLeod, V.C., 193, 1966
  • Ivanoff, General, 559


 

  • Jacob, Major, 129
  • Jacobs, Colour-Sergeant, 4892
  • Jackson, Mr. Coverley, 547
  • Jaipur, Maharaja of, 261, 262, 334, 524, 526, 541, 546
  • James, Captain, 1601
    • Major, 285, 287, 288, 290
  • Jaora, Nawab of, 261
  • Jelaladin Ghilzai, 383, 3842
  • Jenkins, Colonel F., 3433, 441, 450, 451, 453, 463
  • Jenkins, Mr. William, 380
  • Jervis, Ensign, 223
  • Jhansi, Rani of, 168, 204, 279
  • Jhind, Raja of, 57, 81, 100, 114, 116, 2605, 265
  • Jodhpur, Maharaja of, 526, 541, 542
  • Johnson, Colonel Alured, 475
    • Major Charles, 280
    • General Sir Edwin, G.C.B., 96, 97, 121, 129, 132, 263, 276, 280, 301, 320, 321, 326, 3273
  • Johnstone, Brigadier, 74
  • Jones, Captain Oliver, 2182
  • Jones, Lieutenant, 152[Page 587]
    • Lieutenant-Colonel John, 57, 109, 110
    • Brigadier, 85, 124, 127, 128
  • Jumna Das, 546
  • Jung Bahadur, 216, 224
    • Sir Salar, 334


 

  • Kapurthala, Raja of, 8, 74, 75, 76, 265-266
  • Karaoli, Raja, 261
  • Kashmir, Maharaja of, 267, 275, 320, 335, 524, 526, 527
  • Kauffmann, General, 329, 341, 342, 421, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 559
  • Kavanagh, Mr., 167, 169, 173, 178
  • Kaye, Major, 120
  • Kaye, Sir John, 511, 558, 971, 2217, 4241
  • Keen, Major-General, C.B., 186
  • Kelly, Dr., 380
    • Colonel, 535
  • Kelso, Captain, 359, 550
  • Kennedy, Captain 'Dick', 350, 400, 550
  • Keyes, General Sir Charles, G.C.B., 286, 289, 337
  • Khan Sing Rosa, 131
  • Khelat, Khan of, 328
  • Kinleside, Major, 1758
  • Kiunthal, Raja of, 54
  • Knight, Mr., 535
  • Knowles, Colonel, 3843
  • Knox, Captain, 91
  • Komaroff, General, 503



 

  • Lafont, A., 239
  • Lake, Colonel Edward, 74, 75, 76, 265
    • Lord, 89, 132
  • Lalbura, Chief, 314, 315, 317
  • Lalla Joti Pers‚d, 155
  • Lally, Count de, 1677
  • Lang, Colonel, 121 122, 134, 135, 1411
  • Lansdowne, The Marquis of, 525, 527, 528, 529, 530, 532, 535, 539, 541
  • Lansdowne, The Marchioness of, 541
  • Lauder, Colour-Sergeant, 4891
  • Law, Captain, 81, 110
  • Lawrence, Lord, Chief Commissioner of the Punjab, 27;
    • made K.C.B., 27;
    • opposed to Edwardes' frontier policy, 28, 30;
    • meets Dost Mahomed, 30;
    • hopeful of affairs in Punjab, 43;
    • urges advance on Delhi, 55, 56;
    • trusts the Phulkian Rajas, 57;
    • his wise measures for preserving order in the Punjab, 58, 59;
    • gratitude of Army of Delhi to, 138;
    • begs for return of troops to Punjab, 141;
    • favours a retirement cis-Indus, 267;
    • appointed Viceroy, 293;
    • leaves India for good, 303;
    • his unique career, 303;
    • neutrality towards rival Amirs, 304;
    • his policy of 'masterly inaction', 306;
    • subsidizes Sher Ali, 305;
    • farewell letter to the Amir, 307;
    • 17, 18, 29, 32, 36, 37, 38, 395, 43, 57, 62, 63, 64, 70, 71, 83, 97, 117, 138, 141, 246, 340
  • Lawrence, Sir Henry, K.C.B.,
    • Corps of Guides raised under his auspices, 25;
    • first British ruler of the Punjab, 113;
    • foresight in provisioning the Lucknow Residency, 1601;
    • his admirable arrangements for its defence, 173;
    • predicted the Mutiny fourteen years before its occurrence, 194;
    • his character as a Statesman and Ruler, 195, 196;
    • friendliness for Natives, 196;
    • suggests employment of Nepalese troops, 216;
    • opposed to annexation of Oudh, 235;
    • letter to Lord Canning, 2436
    • his dispositions for coping with the Mutiny, 547-549;
    • memorandum in his ledger-book, 549;
    • 74, 112, 113, 159, 1601, 173, 193, 2001, 216, 246
  • Lawrence, Captain Samuel, V.C., 193
    • Major Stringer, 501
  • Lennox, General Sir Wilbraham, V.C., K.C.B., 1691, 187, 188
  • Liddell, Lieutenant, 4456
  • Lindsay, Colonel, 550
  • Little, Brigadier, 173, 174, 204
  • Lockhart, Lieutenant-General Sir William, K.C.B., K.C.S.I., 430, 531
  • Longden, Captain, 1691, 187, 2042, 205, 2063
  • Longfield, Brigadier, 108, 124
  • Longhurst, Dr., 276
  • Loughman, Captain, 189
  • Low, Colonel, 111
  • Low, General, 235
  • Low, Major-General Sir Robert, G.C.B., 465, 477
  • Lowther, Commissioner, 6
  • Luck, General, 521, 528
  • Lugard, General the Right Hon. Sir Edward, G.C.B., 2171, 228
  • Luke, Mr., 426
  • Lumsden, Captain, 181[Page 588]
    • General Sir Harry, K.C.S.I., K.C.B., 25, 31, 3044, 4173
    • General Sir Peter, G.C.B., 13, 25, 27, 31, 264, 280, 302, 3044, 320, 327, 332, 4173
    • Lady, 320, 332
  • Lyall, Sir Alfred, G.C.I.E., K.C.B., 143, 145, 380, 383, 460, 472, 473, 554, 561
  • Lyons-Montgomery, Lieutenant, 47714
  • Lytton, The Earl of, 2626, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 342, 343, 3444, 3455, 346-347, 348, 350, 3512, 3651, 369, 375, 376, 377, 378, 379, 381, 383, 384, 386, 391, 392, 393, 397, 411, 413, 414, 415, 418, 420, 448, 458, 459, 460, 461, 462, 464, 523, 551, 552, 553, 554, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566
  • Lytton, The Countess of, 332, 334



 

  • Macdonald, Colour-Sergeant, 394, 406
  • Macdonnell, Captain, 229
  • Macdonnell, Major-General, 326
  • MacGregor, Captain C.R., 47715
  • MacGregor, Sir Charles, K.C.B., 22715, 386, 417, 4225, 439, 4592, 4685, 475, 488, 489, 493, 510, 569
  • Mackay, Sir James, K.C.I.E., 541
  • Mackenzie, Lieutenant-Colonel A., 486
  • Mackeson, Colonel, 11, 14, 15, 16, 19, 27
  • Mackinnon, Major, 2228
  • Maclaine, Lieutenant, 483, 491, 492, 495
  • MacMahon, Private, 405
  • Macnabb, Sir Donald, K.C.S.I., 321
  • Macpherson, Lieutenant-General Sir Herbert, V.C., K.C.B., 385, 401, 402, 403, 407, 409, 410, 424, 426, 430, 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 444, 446, 447, 450, 463, 464, 475, 488, 493, 516, 517
  • Macqueen, Colonel, 3843
  • Madhoo, Havildar, 126
  • Mahomed, The Prophet, 1831, 2
    • Hussein Khan, Mirza, 427, 455, 463, 554, 558
    • Nabbi, Mirza, 559
    • Hyat Khan, 417
    • Jan, 409, 432, 433, 434, 435, 437, 439, 440, 441, 450, 451, 455, 462
  • Mahomed, Sadik Khan, 481
    • Usman Khan, 10
  • Mainpuri, Raja of, 159
  • Maisey, Lieutenant, 550
  • Malcolm, Sir John, 236, 246
  • Mangal Pandy, 34, 43
  • Manipur, Raja of, 531
  • Manners-Smith, Lieutenant, 386
  • Mansfield, Sir William. See Sandhurst
  • Martin, Claude, 1677,
    • Captain Gerald, 439
    • Lieutenant, 405
  • Martindale, Miss, 146
  • Massy, Brigadier-General, 384, 385, 386, 408, 409, 410, 417, 432, 433, 434, 435, 437, 438, 439, 440, 443, 450, 454
  • Matthew, Bishop, 295
    • Mrs., 295
  • Maxwell, Major Henry Hamilton, 213
  • Mayne, Lieutenant Otway, 164, 166, 173, 174
  • Mayo, Lord, 303, 307, 308, 310, 318, 319, 321, 340, 421, 554
  • Mazr Ali, Jemadar, 43612
  • McGillivray, Corporal, 4903
  • McQueen, Sir John, 136, 18322, 362, 451, 550
  • Medley, Lieutenant, 121, 122
  • Mehtab Sing, General, 75, 76
  • Menzies, Lieutenant, 492
  • Merewether, Colonel, 298
  • Metcalfe, Sir Charles, 246
    • Sir Theophilus, 129
  • Middleton, Major, 1691, 178, 185, 2042, 205, 2063, 2228, 227
  • Mir Bacha, 455
    • Mubarak Shah, 101
    • Jaffir, 101
  • Moir, Captain, 171
  • Money, Colonel G.N., 3843, 395, 399, 417, 431, 441, 442, 443, 490
  • Monro, Lieutenant, 492
  • Montanaro, Lieutenant, 4456
  • Montgomery, Sir Robert, G.C.B., 65, 66, 67, 83, 281,
  • Moore, Major Henry, 312, 332
    • Rev. Thomas, 230
    • Mrs., 230
  • Moresby, Captain, 1
  • Morgan, Captain, 3843, 431
  • Moriarty, Major, 4237, 550
  • Morton, Captain G. de C., 3843, 550
  • Mowatt, Colonel, 547
  • Mukarrab Khan, Sepoy, 181, 182
  • Munro, Sir Thomas, 246[Page 589]
  • Murphy, Private, 1623
  • Murray, Lieutenant, 405, 492
  • Musa Khan, 395, 4142, 415, 450, 458, 459, 560
  • Mushk-i-Alam, 429, 451, 453,
  • Mysore, Maharaja of, 501


 

  • Nabha, Raja of, 57, 79, 2605, 265
  • Nadir Shah, 263, 43510
  • Nairne, Major-General, 528
  • Nana Sahib, 113, 161, 162, 168, 204, 205, 206, 208, 209, 217, 236, 238, 239
  • Napier, Ensign, 84
  • Napier (of Magdāla), Field-Marshal Lord, G.C.B., K.C.S.I., 89, 1206, 188, 192, 216, 2171, 2217, 229, 253, 299, 300, 301, 309, 310, 315, 319, 320, 321, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328
  • Napier, Lord (of Murchiston), 319
    • Sir Charles, 335
  • Nek Mahomed Khan, 400, 401
  • Nepal, Maharaja of, 536, 537, 538
  • Nepal, Maharani of, 537, 538
  • Neville, Captain Philip, 434, 435, 437
  • Nicholson, Lieutenant Charles, 62, 130, 1396
    • Colonel W.G., 510, 521
    • Brigadier-General John, C.B.,
      • a name to conjure with in the Punjab, 33;
      • the beau-ideal of a soldier and a gentleman, 33;
      • takes command of Movable Column, 73;
      • punishment of Mehtab Sing, 75;
      • his soldierly instincts, 76;
      • defeats the rebels at Najafgarh, 115;
      • his masterful spirit, 118;
      • the man to do a desperate deed, 125;
      • the first to ascend the breach, 126;
      • mortally wounded, 129;
      • the author's last sight of him, 130;
      • his anger at the suggestion of retreat, 132;
      • his death, 134, 138;
      • his funeral, 142;
      • 28, 32, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 58, 59, 60, 61, 73, 78, 111, 114, 116, 117, 121, 123, 124, 127, 128, 144, 246, 287
    • Lieutenant-General Sir Lothian, K.C.B., 223
  • Nisbet, Colonel, 526
  • Norman, Colonel F., 488
    • General Sir Henry, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 13, 82, 96, 112, 116, 117, 1193, 120, 132, 138, 142, 143, 150, 151, 158, 169, 184, 187, 188, 230, 263, 271, 276, 285, 319
  • Northbrook, The Earl of, 319, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 329, 330, 336
  • Northcote, Lady, 301
    • Sir Stafford, 301
  • Nott, General, 428
  • Nugent, Lieutenant, 454
  • Nur Jehan, 20
  • Nuttall, General, 484, 488


 

  • Obed Ulla Khan, Sirdar, 3433
  • Ochterlony, Sir David, 538
  • Oldfield, Lieutenant, 18322
  • Olpherts, General Sir William, V.C., K.C.B., 189
  • Omar Pasha, 239
  • Onslow, Captain, 3433
  • Oudh, Begum of, 164
    • King of, 164, 1676, 1735, 216, 235, 236, 237, 239
  • Outram, General Sir James, G.C.B.,
    • the Bayard of the East, 167;
    • his military acumen, 168;
    • his courage and chivalry, 188;
    • differs with Sir Colin Campbell, 190;
    • interview with the author, 192;
    • commands an Infantry division at siege of Lucknow, 2171;
    • preparation for the siege, 220;
    • maintains his high reputation, 221;
    • captures the Chakar Kothi, 223;
    • accomplished all that was expected of him, 225;
    • overruled by Sir Colin Campbell, 226;
    • completes the occupation of Lucknow, 227;
    • his views on the administration of Oudh, 235, 259;
    • leaves India on account of failing health, 268;
    • 111, 28, 160, 163, 164, 169, 173, 176, 17811, 187, 188, 191, 194, 195, 197, 198, 199, 200, 2094, 216, 222, 224, 225, 246
  • Ouvry, Major, 1411, 144, 147
  • Owen, Dr., 455
  • Oxley, Captain, 405


 

  • Packe, Lieutenant, 81, 98, 99
  • Palmer, Brigadier-General, 7
    • Major-General Sir Arthur, K.C.B., 362
  • Parker, Colonel, 3843, 488
  • Parry, Major, 3843, 405, 550
  • Patiala, Maharaja of, 57, 2605, 265, 274[Page 590]
  • Paton, Colonel, 280
  • Paul, Lieutenant, 180, 18322
  • Payn, General Sir William, K.C.B., 213
  • Peacock, Sir Barnes, 2
  • Peel, Sir William, 164, 1691, 173, 178, 184, 185, 186, 187, 196, 197, 2042, 205, 206, 213, 2195, 223, 230
  • Pelly, Sir Lewis, 329, 335
  • Perkins, General Sir ∆neas, K.C.B., 355, 362, 3843, 394, 4492, 450, 456, 475, 550
  • Persia, Shah of, 30, 238, 321, 539
  • Pertap Sing, Maharaja, 3433, 526, 542
  • Pertap Sing, sepoy, 4891
  • Peshwa, The, 238
  • Phayre, General Sir Robert, G.C.B., 471, 481,482, 483, 486, 487, 495
  • Picot, Lieutenant, 361
  • Pole-Carew, Lieutenant-Colonel, C.B., 435, 4993
  • Pollock, General Sir George, 377, 428
    • Major-General Sir Frederick, K.C.S.I., 321
  • Polwhele, Brigadier, 156, 157
  • Porter, General, 2217
  • Powell, Captain, 2
    • Captain, 367
  • Powlett, Captain, 187
  • Pratt, Major, 443
  • Prendergast, General Sir Harry, V.C., K.C.B., 508, 509
  • Pretyman, Lieutenant-Colonel, C.B., 350, 356, 4993
  • Prideaux, Lieutenant, 298
  • Primrose, General, 468, 469, 470, 482, 483, 484, 485, 486, 487, 488
  • Probyn, General Sir Dighton, V.C., G.C.V.O., K.C.B., 623, 130, 1411, 144, 146, 151, 152, 161, 172, 175, 207, 214, 230, 282, 287, 289
  • Protheroe, Colonel, 47713, 498
  • Prussia, Crown Princess of, 5095
  • Pursoo Khatri, Jemadar, 3793


 


 

  • Ragobir Nagarkoti, Subadar, 3793
  • Ram Sing, Raja, 527
  • Rampur, Nawab of, 260, 274
  • Rao, Sir Madhava, 502
  • Rassam, Mr., 298
  • Rawlinson, Sir Henry, 306, 307
  • Reade, Mr., 155, 157
  • Reed, General, 27, 31, 35, 36, 37, 395, 64, 70, 102, 105, 108, 109, 112
  • Reegan, Private, 114
  • Reid, General Sir Charles, G.C.B., 90, 93, 95, 105, 120, 124, 127, 129, 131, 326, 327
  • Remmington, Captain, 1411, 151, 172, 173, 191, 2042, 2228
  • Rennick, Captain, 365
  • Rewa, Maharaja of, 259, 2605
  • Rich, Captain, 303
  • Ricketts, George, C.B., 78, 79, 80
  • Ridgeway, Colonel Sir West K.C.B., 460, 47713
  • Rind, Captain, 47714
  • Ripon, The Marchioness of, 498
  • Ripon, The Marquis of, 464, 472, 473, 492, 493, 495, 498, 503, 506
  • Roberts, General Sir Abraham, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 24, 252, 264, 295, 325, 397, 480, 495
  • Roberts, Hon. Frederick Hugh Sherston, 315, 319-20, 497, 507, 525, 541
  • Roberts, Lady (widow of Sir Abraham), 252, 295, 495
  • Roberts, The Hon. Aileen Mary, 268, 271, 273, 309, 497, 542
  • Roberts, The Hon. Ada Edwina, 326, 497
  • Roberts, Miss, 252, 295, 495
  • Roberts, Lady, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 259, 262, 263, 264, 267, 268, 269, 271, 272, 273, 274, 276, 277, 278, 292, 293, 294, 295, 298, 302, 303, 308, 309, 318, 319, 320, 323, 324, 326, 331, 336, 337, 375, 381, 382, 383, 387, 478, 495, 497, 499, 501, 502, 504, 506, 510, 514, 515, 516, 521, 525, 536, 537, 538, 539, 541, 542, 575, 577, 578
  • Roberts, Field-Marshal Lord, V.C., K.P., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E.,
    • leaves England, 1;
    • arrives in India, 2;
    • life in Calcutta, 3-6;
    • journey to Peshawar, 6-9;
    • at Peshawar, 9-19;
    • visits Kashmir, 19-22;
    • joins Horse Artillery, 22;
    • at Umballa, 22, 23;
    • revisits Kashmir, 23;
    • first visit to Simla, 23, 24;
    • returns to Peshawar, 24;
    • at Mian Mir, 24;
    • first Staff appointment, 25;
    • studies native languages, 25;
    • passes examination, 26;
    • rides a hundred miles in one day, 27;
    • tour with General Reed, 27;
    • witnesses meeting between Dost Mahomed and Sir John Lawrence, 30;
    • second Staff appointment, 31;[Page 591]
    • second tour with General Reed, 31, 32;
    • refuses appointment in P.W.D., 32;
    • reports on sanatorium of Cherat, 32;
    • first meeting with Nicholson, 33;
    • returns to Peshawar, 33;
    • hears first tidings of Mutiny, 34;
    • at a Council of War, 36;
    • Staff Officer to Brigadier Chamberlain, 38;
    • at the mercy of a sentry, 40;
    • starts for Rawal Pindi, 40;
    • with Sir John Lawrence at Rawal Pindi, 58, 59;
    • joins Movable Column at Wazirabad, 63;
    • en route to Delhi, 62-82;
    • at Lahore, 65-69;
    • arrives at Delhi, 82;
    • before Delhi, 96-136;
    • appointed D.A.Q.M.G. with Artillery, 97;
    • first under fire, 98;
    • fidelity of his servants, 104;
    • wounded, 106;
    • intimacy with Nicholson, 118;
    • knocked over by a round shot, 121;
    • last sight of Nicholson, 130;
    • charger killed, 132;
    • takes part in storming of the palace, 136;
    • leaves Delhi with Greathed's column for Cawnpore, 142;
    • in action at Bulandshahr, 143;
    • narrow escape, 144;
    • in fight at Aligarh, 147;
    • in fight at Agra, 150-152;
    • first sight of Taj Mahal, 154;
    • leaves Agra, 158;
    • arrives at Cawnpore, 161;
    • meets Sir Colin Campbell, 169;
    • marches to Lucknow, 170-172;
    • meets with a night adventure, 175-178;
    • in the storming of the Sikandarbagh, 181, 182;
    • in the attack on the Shah Najaf, 184, 185;
    • plants the colours on the mess-house, 187;
    • accompanies Outram and Havelock to the Residency, 188;
    • meets the 'hero of the Redan', 201;
    • in fight at Cawnpore, 205-208;
    • in fight at Khudaganj, 213, 214;
    • wins the V.C., 215;
    • at the siege of Lucknow, 220-226;
    • with Outram at capture of the Chakar Kothi, 223;
    • meets Jung Bahadur, 224;
    • complimented by the Commander-in-Chief, 230;
    • his views on the Mutiny, 231-244;
    • on our present position in India, 246-251;
    • takes furlough, 251;
    • marries, 252;
    • receives the V.C. from the hands of the Queen, 252
    • returns to India, 253;
    • refuses post in Revenue Survey, 254;
    • accompanies Lord Canning on his Viceregal progress, 255-267;
    • loses chance of service in China, 264;
    • visits Simla, 268, 269;
    • accompanies Lord Canning through Central India, 271-273;
    • returns to Simla, 273;
    • ordered to Allahabad, 274;
    • accompanies Commander-in-Chief on tour, 275, 276;
    • returns to Simla, 277;
    • again on tour with Commander-in-Chief, 278, 279;
    • has a sunstroke, 279;
    • made A.Q.M.G., 280;
    • serves with Umbeyla expedition, 280-293;
    • too junior to be a Lieutenant-Colonel, 293;
    • voyage round the Cape, 294;
    • at home again, 295;
    • returns to India, 295;
    • serves with Abyssinian Expedition, 295-301;
    • bearer of the Abyssinian despatches, 301;
    • first A.Q.M.G., 302;
    • birth of daughter, 302;
    • returns to India, 303;
    • serves with Lushai Expedition, 310-318;
    • receives the C.B., 320;
    • officiating Q.M.G., 326;
    • with the Prince of Wales at Delhi, 327;
    • first meeting with Lord Lytton, 328;
    • takes part in the Imperial Assemblage at Delhi, 332-335;
    • accepts command of Punjab Frontier Force, 336;
    • assumes command of Kuram Field Force, 348;
    • shortcomings of his column, 348, 349;
    • his able staff, 350;
    • advances into the Kuram valley, 352-355;
    • takes the Peiwar Kotal, 355-364;
    • devotion of his orderlies, 361;
    • congratulated by the Queen, 365;
    • hampered by want of transport, 368
    • punishment of treachery, 368;
    • action at Khost, 371;
    • misrepresented in the House of Commons, 3726;
    • dismisses a war correspondent, 374;
    • holds a Queen's birthday parade, 378;
    • farewell to Cavagnari, 380, 381;
    • serves on the Army Commission, 382;
    • his recommendations gradually carried out, 382;
    • appointed Commander of Kabul Field Force, 384;
    • starts for Kabul, 387;
    • correspondence with Yakub Khan, 388;
    • issues a Proclamation to the people of Kabul, 390;
    • meeting with Yakub Khan, 395;
    • issues a Proclamation and an order, 397;
    • takes the Shutargardan, 399;
    • defeats the Afghans at Charasia, 403-406;
    • advances on Kabul, 407-410;
    • instructions from the Government of India, 411, 412;
    • inspects the Embassy and the Bala Hissar, 412, 413;[Page 592]
    • receives abdication of Yakub Khan, 414;
    • issues a Proclamation, 415, 416;
    • makes a formal entry into Kabul, 416;
    • adopts measures for carrying on administration, 417;
    • misrepresented in House of Commons, 417;
    • congratulated by the Queen and the Viceroy, 418;
    • wintering at Kabul, 418-427;
    • attacked by the tribesmen on all sides, 428-440;
    • life saved by Mazr Ali, 436;
    • storming of the Takht-i-Shah, 441, 442;
    • further attacks, 444-447;
    • concentrates his forces at Sherpur, 448, 449;
    • strengthens his defences, 449, 450;
    • arrests Daud Shah, 451;
    • defeats and disperses the tribesmen, 453, 454;
    • reopens communication with India, 455;
    • issues a Proclamation, 455;
    • fortifies Sherpur, 456;
    • negotiations at Kabul, 456-462;
    • holds a durbar, 462;
    • hands over supreme command to Sir Donald Stewart, 465;
    • visits Jalalabad, 468;
    • hears news of Maiwand, 468;
    • telegram to Adjutant-General, 472;
    • appointed Commander of Kabul-Kandahar Field Force, 473;
    • preparations for the march, 473, 474;
    • details of the Force, 475, 476;
    • commissariat and transport, 477, 478;
    • starts for Kandahar, 478;
    • order of marching, 479;
    • reaches Ghazni, 480;
    • reaches Kelat-i-Ghilzai, 481;
    • telegraphs progress to Government, 481;
    • food required daily for the force, 482;
    • down with fever, 482;
    • reports progress, 483;
    • letter from General Phayre, 483;
    • telegraphs to Simla, 484;
    • reaches Kandahar, 484;
    • demoralized condition of the garrison, 484;
    • encamps to the west of the city, 485;
    • reconnoitres the enemy's position, 486;
    • assumes command of the Army of Southern Afghanistan, 487;
    • defeats Ayub Khan, 488-491;
    • and captures his camp, 491;
    • telegraphs the news, 492;
    • difficulties about supplies, 492;
    • congratulated by the Queen and the Duke of Cambridge, 493;
    • made G.C.B., 493;
    • appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Madras Army, 493;
    • proceeds to Quetta, 493;
    • parting with the troops, 494;
    • pleasant memories, 494;
    • receives autograph letter from the Queen, 495;
    • reception in England, 495;
    • appointed Governor of Natal and Commander of the Forces in South Africa, 497;
    • witnesses the manúuvres of the German Army, 497;
    • offered the Quartermaster-Generalship, 497;
    • proceeds to Madras, 497;
    • visits the Andaman Islands, 497;
    • proceeds to Burma, 498;
    • declines the Quartermaster-Generalship, 498;
    • measures for improving the Madras Army, 499-501;
    • memories of Madras, 501, 502;
    • visits Calcutta, 503;
    • meeting with Abdur Rahman at Rawal Pindi, 504-506;
    • returns to Madras, 507;
    • appointed Commander-in-Chief in India, 507;
    • brief visit to England, 507;
    • accompanies Lord Dufferin to Gwalior, 507;
    • proceeds to Delhi, 509;
    • Camp of Exercise at Delhi, 509;
    • accompanies Lord Dufferin to Burma, 509, 510;
    • proceeds to the North-West Frontier, 510;
    • makes a tour of inspection, 510-512;
    • draws up a memorandum on frontier defence, 512, 513;
    • Lady Roberts's Homes, 514, 515;
    • sends reinforcements to Burma, 516;
    • lands at Rangoon, 517;
    • measures for pacification of Upper Burma, 518;
    • inspects North-West Frontier with General Chesney, 518;
    • receives Grand Cross of the Indian Empire, 519;
    • establishes 'Regimental Institutes', 519;
    • establishes the Army Temperance Association, 520;
    • makes a tour with Lord Dufferin along the North-West Frontier, 521;
    • official inspections, 521;
    • presides over Defence and Mobilization Committees, 522-524;
    • supports Lord Dufferin's scheme for the utilization of Native States' armies, 524;
    • visits the frontier, 525;
    • spends Christmas in camp, 525;
    • visits Calcutta, 525;
    • makes a tour of inspection in Central India and Rajputana, 525-527;
    • and in Kashmir, 527;
    • remodels the system of musketry instruction for the Native Army, 527;
    • improvements in Artillery and Cavalry, 528;
    • visits the frontier with Lord Lansdowne, 529;
    • offered the post of Adjutant-General, 529;
    • meets Prince Albert Victor in Calcutta, 529;
    • entertains the Prince at Muridki, 530;[Page 593]
    • extension of command, 530;
    • meets the Cesarewitch in Calcutta, 531;
    • views on the Native Army, 532;
    • steps taken to increase its efficiency, 532, 533;
    • concession to the Native Army, 533;
    • unable to remedy the under-officering of Native regiments, 533;
    • inspects the Zhob valley with General Brackenbury, 534;
    • raised to the peerage, 535;
    • visits Burma, 536;
    • visits Nepal, 536;
    • review of the Maharaja's troops, 537;
    • a grand durbar, 537;
    • an evening reception at the palace, 537, 538;
    • a short tour in the Punjab, 538;
    • proposed Mission to the Amir, 539;
    • the Mission abandoned, 539;
    • adieu to Simla, 540;
    • final tour in the Punjab, 540;
    • farewell entertainments at Lahore, 540;
      • at Lucknow, 541;
      • and at Calcutta, 541;
    • pig-sticking at Jaipur and Jodhpur, 542;
    • address from the municipality of Ahmedabad, 542
    • parting dinner at the Byculla Club, 542;
    • the end of forty-one years in India, 543;
    • letter to Yakub Khan, 551;
    • interview with Yakub Khan's agents, 551-553;
    • official report on interview with Yakub Khan, 554-556;
    • extract from Report on Commissariat, 566-569;
    • instructions to officers commanding Column in Burma, 569-572;
    • farewell address from Sikhs of the Punjab, 572-573;
      • from Hindus of the Punjab, 574-575;
      • from Mahomedans of the Punjab, 575-577;
      • from the European community of the Punjab, 577-578;
      • from the Talukdars of Oudh, 578;
      • from the citizens of Calcutta, 579-580
  • Robertson, Lieutenant, 47715
  • Robinson, Lieutenant, 488
  • Romanofski, General, 304
  • Rose, Sir Hugh. See Strathnairn
  • Ross, General Sir John, G.C.B., 4561, 463, 465, 475, 487, 488, 489, 490, 507
  • Ross, Lieutenant-Colonel, 3843
    • Dr. Tyrrell, 214, 215, 267
    • Mrs. Tyrrell, 267
  • Rothney, Captain, 62, 79
  • Runjit Sing, 20, 267
  • Russell, Brigadier D., 1691, 173, 178, 186, 190, 191
  • Russell, General Sir Edward Lechmere, K.C.S.I., 298, 301
  • Russell, Lieutenant, 522
  • Russia, Czar of, 369, 462, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558
  • Ruttun Sing, Subadar, 1396


 

  • St. John, Sir Oliver, 3433, 460, 470, 483, 485
  • Saiyad Nur Mahomed, 308, 321, 322, 323, 329, 335, 421, 554
  • Sale, Sir Robert, 14, 77, 107, 377, 424, 468
  • Salisbury, The Marquis of, 329, 347, 507, 563
  • Salkeld, Lieutenant, 126
  • Salmon, Sir Nowell, 1853
  • Salmond, Lieutenant, 207
  • Samandar Khan, 455
  • Sandeman, Colonel, 77
    • Sir Robert, 77, 22715, 3292, 493, 511, 529
  • Sandford, Major, 2228, 223
  • Sandhurst, General Lord, G.C.B., G.C.S.I. (Sir William Mansfield), 166, 179, 184, 197, 198, 202, 206, 207, 208, 212, 213, 222, 226, 257, 295, 296, 297, 299, 302, 309
  • Sandhurst, Lady, 257
  • Sankar Dass, Native Doctor, 3793
  • Sarel, Captain, 144
  • Schouvaloff, Count, 340
  • Scott, Captain A., 550
    • Major, 83, 89, 120
  • Seaton, Brigadier, 212
  • Shafto, Captain, 418
  • Shah Jehan, 238
  • Shah Mahomed Khan, Wazir, 391, 392, 393, 4006, 413, 427, 551, 557
  • Shah Shuja, 10, 14, 339
  • Shaidad Khan, Resaidar, 713
  • Sher Ali, Amir, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 321, 322, 323, 328, 329, 330, 331, 335, 336, 338, 340, 341, 342, 343, 3444, 345, 346, 347, 348, 351, 354, 368, 369, 373, 375, 377, 421, 428, 457, 458, 459, 466, 467, 538, 552, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564
  • Sher Ali, Sirdar, 468, 4681, 2
  • Sherindil Khan, Sirdar, 481
  • Sher Mahomed, Jemadar, 3941
  • Sherries, Lieutenant, 362, 453
  • Sherston, Lieutenant John, 435
  • Shore, Sir John. See Teignmouth[Page 594]
  • Showers, Brigadier, 85, 95, 99, 105, 109, 110, 113
  • Sikim, Raja of, 524
  • Sindhia, Maharaja, 154, 168, 262, 274, 278, 279, 334, 507
  • Sirdar Sing, 526
  • Skinner, James, 1321
  • Skobeleff, General, 503
  • Sladen, Mrs., 277, 278, 293
  • Slater, Major, 492
  • Sleeman, Colonel, 235, 246
  • Smith, Captain, 2042, 205
    • Major Euan, 47713
    • Major Percy, 221
  • Smyth, Colonel, 48
  • Smyth-Windham, Major, 3843, 434, 435, 436
  • Somerset, Sir Henry, 112
  • Spens, Captain, 447
  • Spottiswoode, Colonel, 62
  • Spratt, Lieutenant, 3843
  • Stanhope, The Hon. E., 4174, 529, 530
  • Stanley, Lord, 547
  • Staveley, Lady, 335
    • Sir Charles, 335
  • Sterling, Colonel, 550
  • Stewart, John, 2, 3
    • Patrick, 17811
    • Field-Marshal Sir Donald Martin, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., C.I.E., 9, 97, 230, 263, 271, 280, 293, 296, 297-298, 300, 310, 318, 326, 346, 384, 394, 456, 459, 460, 462, 463, 464, 465, 467, 468, 471, 472, 473, 474, 478, 480, 485, 493, 498, 500, 504, 507, 509, 510, 544, 545, 546, 562, 565, 566
    • Lieutenant Donald, 492
    • Lady, 9, 271, 293, 297, 498
    • Sir Herbert, 320
  • Stewart-Mackenzie, Captain, 436, 437
  • Stillman, Lieutenant, 102, 103
  • Stolietoff, General, 341, 342, 343, 421, 554, 555, 556, 557
  • Strathnairn, Field-Marshal Lord, G.C.B., G.C.S.I. (Sir Hugh Rose), 75, 76, 229, 269, 270, 271, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 285, 287, 288, 293, 295, 320
  • Stratton, Captain, 3843, 407, 491, 492
  • Sullivan, Gunner, 1623
  • Sultan Jan, Shahzada, 372, 373
  • Swat, Akhund of, 282, 283, 284, 28611, 291
  • Swinley, Captain, 371, 3843, 4456
  • Syad Ahmed Shah, 2811
  • Symons, Major, 518
  • Synge, Captain, 127


 

  • Taj Sing, Sepoy, 4892
  • Tamerlane, 263
  • Tanner, Lieutenant-General Sir Oriel, K.C.B., 480, 481
  • Tantia Topi, 162, 168, 205, 208, 210, 211, 261, 2787, 279
  • Taylor, Corporal, 127
    • Colonel Reynell, 283, 284, 285, 28611, 291, 292
    • General Sir Alexander, G.C.B., 99, 117, 119, 121, 134, 282, 291
  • Teignmouth, Lord, 3031
  • Temple, Sir Richard, 325, 326
  • Thebaw, King, 508, 510
  • Thelwall, Brigadier, 357, 550
  • Theodore, King, 295, 298, 301
  • Thesiger, General. See Chelmsford
  • Thomson, Lieutenant, 72
    • Lieutenant, 1623
  • Thornhill, M., 1541, 1553, 5, 1566
  • Thornton, Thomas, C.S.I., 79, 80
  • Tikaram Kwas, Sepoy, 4903
  • Tombs, Major-General Sir Harry, V.C., K.C.B., 83, 93, 96, 102, 103, 120, 127, 129, 130
  • Tonk, Nawab of, 261
  • Townsend, Dr., 394
  • Travancore, Maharaja of, 501
  • Travers, Lieutenant Eaton, 111, 1396
    • Major, 1691, 178, 180
  • Trevelyan, Sir Charles, 268, 269
  • Trower, Lieutenant, 443
  • Tryon, Admiral Sir George, K.C.B., 301
  • Turner, Colonel F., 151, 218
    • Brigadier-General Sir W.W., K.C.B., 288, 289, 290
  • Tweeddale, William Hay, Marquess of, 54
  • Tyndall, Colonel, 550
  • Tytler, Captain, 87, 88
    • Mrs., 87


 

  • Udaipur, Maharana of, 334, 525
  • Ulwar, Maharaja of, 261, 525, 526
  • Unjur Tiwari, 208, 209, 217


 

  • Vandeleur, Major, 486[Page 595]
  • Vaughan, Lieutenant, 213
    • General Sir T. L., K.C.B., 288
  • Victoria, H.M. Queen, 1622, 252, 254, 259, 2605, 261, 2626, 266, 270, 298, 325, 327, 331, 333, 334, 335, 365, 378, 405, 418, 492, 493, 495, 502, 505, 507, 519, 530, 533, 535, 538, 539, 542, 562, 563, 564, 565, 573, 574, 575, 576, 577, 578
  • Villiers, Colonel, 350
  • Vitkievitch, Captain, 338, 339
  • Vizianagram, Maharaja of, 501
  • Vonolel, Chief, 317
  • Vousden, Captain, 446
  • Vozgonoff, General, 558


 

  • Wakhan, Mir of, 330
  • Wale, Captain, 22715
  • Wales, H.R.H. the Prince of, 1206, 302, 326, 327, 328, 335
  • Wales, H.R.H. the Princess of, 302
  • Walidad Khan, 143, 144
  • Wali Mahomed Khan, 3032, 373, 395, 396, 398, 419, 429, 439, 448, 469
  • Walker, General James, C.B., 62, 63
  • Waller, Major Robert, 14
  • Walpole, Brigadier, 204, 205, 212, 2171, 222, 227
  • Walton, Captain, 18014, 18118
  • Warburton, Colonel, 511
  • Waterfield, Colonel Garrow, 350, 362, 365, 370
  • Waterford, The Marchioness of, 264
    • The Marquess of, 252
  • Watson, General Sir John, V.C., K.C.B., 23, 62, 72, 130, 1411, 143, 144, 146, 150, 151, 152, 161, 172, 175, 17811, 219, 2228, 230, 375
  • Welchman, Colonel, 95
  • Wellesley, The Marquess, 234, 237
  • Wellington, Duke of, 1943, 501
  • Wheeler, Sir Hugh, 112, 159, 161, 1622, 548
    • Talboys, 3324, 3356
  • White, Sir George, 32, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 441, 442, 490, 517, 530
  • Wilde, Lieutenant-General Sir Alfred, K.C.B., K.C.S.I., 62, 1411, 142, 18120, 228, 288, 289
  • William I., The Emperor, 497, 5095
  • Williams, Lieutenant, 78, 79, 80
    • Colonel, 3843, 443, 446, 454
  • Willoughby, Lieutenant, 18322
  • Wilson, Sir Archdale, 44, 47, 48, 57, 83, 84, 86, 97, 108, 116, 117, 118, 119, 122, 123, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 136, 137, 140, 141, 142, 2171
  • Wilson, Colonel, 163
    • James, 268
    • Lieutenant, 47715
  • Winchester, Mary, 310, 317
  • Windham, Sir Charles, 201, 202, 204, 205, 210, 211, 266
  • Wolseley, Field-Marshal Viscount, K.P. Commander-in-Chief, 187, 230, 497, 529
  • Woodthorpe, Captain, 3843, 550
  • Wright, Major, 36, 38, 290, 291
  • Wylie, Colonel, 536, 537
    • Mrs., 536, 537
  • Wynne, Captain, 360, 550
  • Wynter, Captain, 477


 

  • Yahia Khan, 38811, 413, 427
  • Yakub Khan, 305, 329, 330, 3512, 368, 369, 373, 375, 376, 377, 378, 380, 383, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391, 392, 393, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 401, 402, 404, 407, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 425, 4252, 427, 429, 450, 451, 459, 460, 462, 463, 466, 4681, 496, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 559, 560, 562, 565, 566
  • Yanoff, Colonel, 535
  • Yorke, Lieutenant, 79, 98
  • Younghusband, Captain F., 535
    • Lieutenant George, 62, 100, 101, 130, 1411, 144, 151, 152, 176, 177, 214, 215, 223
    • Major, 77
  • Yule, Colour-Sergeant, 442
  • Yuralski, Doctor, 555, 559


 


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INDEX

CHIEF PUBLIC EVENTS.


A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | O | P | R | S | T | U | Z

 


 

  • Abdul Rahman proclaimed Amir, 467
  • Abolition of offices of Commanders-in-Chief, Bombay and Madras, 382
  • Abyssinian Expedition, 295-302
  • Afghan War, first, 241
  • Agra, Fight at, 150-153
  • Ahmedkhel, Battle of, 463, 480
  • Aligarh, Fight at, 147
  • Alipur, Attack on, 100, 101
  • Army Commission, 379, 382
    • Temperance Association, Establishment of, 520
  • Assassination of Colonel Mackeson, 15
    • of Lord Mayo, 318
  • Assaye, Battle of, 1943


 

  • Barrackpore, Outbreak at, 43
  • Berhampur, Outbreak at, 42
  • Berlin Treaty, 3411, 342
  • Black Mountain Expeditions, 524, 531
  • Bulandshahr, Action at, 143
  • Burma Expedition, 508, 509, 510, 516-518


 

  • Cawnpore, Fight at, 204-207
    • Massacre at, 161-163
  • Cesarewitch visits India, 531
  • Charasia, Fights at, 403-406, 463, 464
  • Chardeh Valley, Fight in the, 440-443, 444, 446
  • Chitral Expedition, 524, 535


 

  • Delhi, Camp of Exercise at, 509
    • Siege of, 82-140;
    • the first victory, 83;
    • enthusiasm of the troops, 84;
    • Barnard's success, 85;
    • the Flagstaff Tower, 87;
    • attacking force placed in position, 88;
    • the weak point of our defence, 88;
    • defences, 89;
    • death of Quintin Battye, 90;
    • the besiegers besieged, 93;
    • hard fighting, 94, 95;
    • arrival of reinforcements, 98;
    • death of Barnard, 101;
    • Reed takes command, 102;
    • treachery in camp, 105;
    • more hard fighting, 106;
    • sufferings of sick and wounded, 107;
    • Wilson takes command, 108;
    • Nicholson and the Movable Column arrive, 114;
    • Baird-Smith plans attack, 117;
    • breaching batteries at work, 119;
    • the assault, 125-128;
    • Nicholson wounded, 129;
    • storming of the palace, 136;
    • Hodson captures the King, 137;
    • Hodson shoots the Princes, 137;
    • Nicholson dies, 138;
    • the siege ended, 138
  • Dost Mahomed, Treaty with, 27-31
    • Death of, 303


 

  • European Forces, Amalgamation of the, 269, 270


 


 

  • Gandamak, Treaty of, 378, 419, 420, 561, 562, 564
  • Gatling Guns, First use of, 4063
  • Gwalior fortress, Rendition of, 507


 

  • Homes in the Hills, Establishment of, 515
  • Hunza-Naga Campaign, 534, 535
  • Hurdwar Fair, closing of, 2471


 


 


 

  • Kabul, Cavagnari's Mission to, 380, 381, 383, 384
    • Expedition, 384-468
    • Massacre of Embassy at, 383
    • Repulse of British Mission to, 343-345
    • Russian Mission to, 341, 342
  • Kandahar, Defeat of Ayub Khan at, 487-491
    • March to, 473-485
  • Khost, Action at, 370, 371
  • Khudaganj, Fight at, 213-215
  • Kohat, Expedition near, 530
  • Kuram Expedition, 348-375


 

  • Lucknow, Relief of, 170-189;
    • Sir Colin's preparations, 170;
    • the advance begun, 170;
    • reinforcements arrive, 171;
    • attack by the enemy, 173;[Page 597]
      • ammunition wanting, 175;
      • the advance, 178;
      • Sir Colin wounded, 179;
      • attack on the Sikandarbagh, 180-182;
      • the Shah Najaf, 184, 185;
      • the relief effected, 187
      • meeting of the Generals, 188;
      • the evacuation, 192
    • Siege of, 220-226;
      • Napier's plan adopted, 221;
      • capture of the Chakar Kothi, 223;
      • capture of the iron bridge, 223, 224;
      • visit from Jung Bahadur, 224;
      • Hodson mortally wounded, 225;
      • Sir Colin's mistake, 226;
      • the city taken, 229
  • Lushai Expedition, 310-319


 

  • Maiwand, Disaster at, 470-471
  • Majuba Hill, Disaster at, 497
  • Mandalay, Capture of, 507
  • Manipur Expedition, 531
  • Meerut, Mutiny at, 44-50
  • Merv, Russian Occupation of, 503
  • Mianganj, Taking of, 217, 218
  • Mian Mir, Disarmament at, 66-67
  • Multan, Disarmament at, 70-72
  • Mutiny, The, of 1857-1858, 34-251;
    • Causes of, 231-244;
    • Chances of its recurrence, 245-251;
    • First tidings of, 34-40;
    • New light on, 241;
    • Predicted by Sir Henry Lawrence, 194;
    • and by Sir John Malcolm, 236


 

  • Oudh, Annexation of, 234-236


 

  • Panipat, Three Battles of, 509
  • Panjdeh, Incident at, 503
  • Peiwar Kotal, Taking of, 355-364
  • Persia, War with, 30, 238
  • Plassy, Battle of, 1943, 242
    • Centenary of, 94, 95
  • Prince Albert Victor visits India, 529, 530
  • Prince of Wales visits India, 326-328


 

  • Regimental Institutes, Establishment of, 519
  • Royal Proclamation of 1859, 254


 

  • Sheorajpur, Fight at, 209
  • Sher Ali, Death of, 375
    • Russian Treaty with, 421, 559
  • Shutargardan, Attack on the, 399
  • Sikandarbagh, Attack on the, 178-182
  • Sikim Expedition, 524
  • Staff-Corps, Introduction of the, 270, 271


 

  • Takht-i-Shah, Taking of the, 441, 442


 

  • Umbeyla Expedition, 18, 18120, 280-293
  • Upper Burma, Annexation of, 510


 

  • Zhob Expedition, 530




 

THE END.