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THE VICTORIAN AGE
pontoon CHAPMAN AND HALL, Limited, 193, Piccadilly
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MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HERBERT EDVARDES, K.C.B., K.C.S.I.
Edwardes joins the 1st Bengal Europeans—Serves on the Staff of Sir Hugh Gough
at Moodkee and Sobraon -la appointed Political Assistant to Colonel Henry
Lawrence at Lahore—Proceeds on Deputation to Bunnoo—His Labours and Ad"
ventures among the Bunuoochees—Is wounded at Takht-i-Soliman—The Rebellion
at Mooltan—Edwardes takes the Field—Campaigning with Native Levies—His
Victories at Kineyree and Suddosam—First Siege of Mooltan—Retirement of the
British Army—Second Siege of Mooltan—Conclusion of the Campaign—Proceeds
to England—Returns to India—The Indian Mutiny—Servieesat Peshawur—Death
and Character Poija 1—43
MAJOR-GENERAL SIR HENRY MARION DURAND, C.B., K.C.S.I., R.E.
Durand's Early S-'rvice in India iu the Tublic Works Department—Proceeds to
Afghanistan—Assists in blowing in the Gate at Ghuznee—Durand and the Cabul
Cantonment— Returns to India—Is appointed Military Secretary to Lord Ellen-
borough—Durand during the Gwalior Campaign—Is employed in Tenasserim—
Takes part in the Punjaub Campaign—The Indian Mutiny—Is compelled to
fly from Indore—Campaigning with the Malwa Field Force—Proceeds to England
—Serves in the Indian Council—Final Return to India—Is appointed Lieutenant-
Governor of the Punjaub—Death and Character of Sir Henry Durand
MAJOR-GENERAL LORD CHELMSFORD, GOB.
Enters the Guards—On Service in tho Crimea—Joins the 95th Regiment in India
—On Staff Employ—Is engaged in the Abyssinian War—Returns to England—
Is appoiuted to the Command of the Forces in South Africa—The Trans-Kci
Campaign—The Zulu War—The Disaster at Isandlana—Arrival of Reinforcements
—The Action at Gingilhova and Relief of Etshowe—The Battle of Ulundi and
Conclusion of the War—Return to England .... J'ayrs SO—108