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1st Madras Fusiliers 32nd Regiment 5th Fusiliers 78th Highlanders Adjutant-General advance Allahabad Alum Bagh army arrival attack Benares Bengal bridge Brigadier Inglis Brigadier-General Calcutta Camp Captain Bruce Captain Olpherts capture cavalry Cawnpore Chief Colonel column communication cross defence Delhi Deputy despatch detachment Dil Khoosha Dinapore duties enemy enemy's Engineers European Excellency the Commander-in-Chief Excellency's favourable fire Futtehpore gallant Goomtee Governor-General in Council Governor-General of India Havelock Honourable the Governor-General hope Horse Artillery India in Council instant Kaiser Bagh killed letter Lieutenant Lieutenant-Colonel Lordship loss Lucknow garrison Madras Fusiliers Majesty's 32nd Majesty's 90th Major-General Sir James morning musketry Napier Native Infantry night occupied October officer commanding operations orders Oude palaces party picquet position Punjaub rear rebels received reinforcements relieving road Royal Artillery sent sepoys September Sikhs Sir Colin Campbell Sir Henry Sir James Outram soldiers Staff Telegraphic troops wounded
223 페이지 - If you hope to save this force, no time must be lost in pushing forward. We are daily being attacked by the enemy, who are within a few yards of our defences. Their mines have already weakened our post, and I have every reason to believe they are carrying on others. Their 18-pounders are within 150 yards of some of our batteries, and from their position, and our inability to form working parties, we cannot reply to them, and consequently the damage done hourly is very great.
236 페이지 - To you shall be left the glory of relieving Lucknow, for which you have already struggled so much. I shall accompany you only in my civil capacity as Commissioner, placing my military service at your disposal should you please, and serving under you as a volunteer.
5 페이지 - Sepoys' rations, having been duly submitted to the Most Noble the Governor-General of India in Council, I am now directed to acquaint you, for the information of His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief that His Lordship in Council entirely concurs in the opinion expressed in para. 9, of my letter to your address of the 14th February above referred to, and views with regret and dissatisfaction the orders which the Commander-in-Chief intimates he has issued to the officers in the Punjaub.
40 페이지 - ... day of the siege, when a pensioner named Ungud came back with a letter from General Havelock's camp, informing us that they were advancing with a force sufficient to bear down all opposition, and would be with us in five or six days.
36 페이지 - Few men have ever possessed to the same extent the power which he enjoyed of winning the hearts of all those with whom he came in contact, and thus ensuring the warmest and most zealous devotion for himself and for the Government which he served. The successful defence of the position has been, under Providence, solely attributable to the foresight which he evinced in the timely commencement of the necessary operations, and the great skill and untiring personal activity which he exhibited in carrying...
34 페이지 - Infantry. 20 71st Native Infantry (Sikhs). " The troops, misled by the reports of wayfarers — who stated that there were few or no men between Lucknow and Chinhut — proceeded somewhat further than had been originally intended, and suddenly fell in with the enemy, who had up to that time eluded the vigilance of the advanced guard by concealing themselves behind a long line of trees in overwhelming numbers.
162 페이지 - It was matter of real gratification to me to be able to entrust the trans-Goomtee operation to this very distinguished officer ; and after that had been conducted to my perfect satisfaction, to bring him forward again to put the finishing stroke on the enemy, while the extended position in the town was of necessity held by the troops who had won it. My thanks are eminently due to him, and I trust he will receive them as heartily as they are offered.
106 페이지 - The persevering constancy of this small garrison, under the watchful command of the Brigadier, has, under Providence, been the means of adding to the prestige of the British army, and of preserving the honour and lives of our countrywomen.
32 페이지 - illustrious " was well and happily applied by a former Governor-General of India to the garrison of Jellalabad; but some far more laudatory epithet — if such the English language contains — is due, the MajorGeneral considers, to the brave men whom Brigadier Inglis has commanded with undeviating success and untarnished honour through the late memorable siege. For while the devoted band of heroes who so nobly maintained the honour of their country's arms under Sir E.