History of the Indian mutiny, 1857-(1859) commencing from the close of the second volume of sir J. Kaye's History of the Sepoy war, Volum 3

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Lord Elphinstone sends Colonel Le Grand Jacob
39
Jacob disarms the mutineers
42
the sight of him increases
49
Bus merits never adequately acknowledged
55
CONTENTS
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Who accompanies it to Miiu as supreme political
61
A rising in central India intended
67
The rebels plunder Mahidpur 73
74
Fierce combat at Goraria
80
Great services rendered by Durand 84 to
86
Captain Ternan detects their hidden meaning
92
Mutiny at Lallatpur
98
The 52nd native infantry mutiny and murder Mac
104
CHAPTER I
108
Willoughby Osborne and Rewah
110
Haidarabad and the dominions of the Nizam
117
The loyalty of the Nizam the surest guarantee
124
Credit due to the Nizam and Salar Jung
130
Sir Hugh Rose 134 to 13
136
Composition of Sir Hugh Eoses force
137
Sir Hugh again beats the raja at Barodia
143
Combat at the Madanpdr pass
149
Sir B Hamilton takes upon himself the responsibility
155
Tantia Topi marches to relieve Jhansi
161
The storming of Jhansi 167 to
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Masterly retreat of the rebels 178
178
Battle of Golaoli 184 to
186
Whitlock reaches Jabalpdr on the 6th of February
192
Perversity of fortune with regard to the Banda prize
198
Apparently desperate condition of Tantia Topi and
203
His followers desert him and he is completely defeated
209
Beaches Morar
215
CHAPTER m
218
Smith takes up a position for the night
221
By the daring of two subalterns Bose and Waller
227
He gains a victory at Jaora Alipur
230
CHAPTER IV
234
The refusal of the British Government to allow him
240
Le Grand Jacob pacifies the country
246
BOOK XV
247
The alternative risks one of which Sir John Law
301
Bat are speedily put down 805
307
Meades horse is raised 812 to
314
Roberts moving from Nasirabad covers Jaipur 819
320
Thence he endeavours to march on Inddr 827
328
He then marches on Mangraoli followed by Michel
339
Tantia makes for Barodah 846
347
He invests the place Napier reinforces him 834
352
Parke beats Tantia and cuts him off from Barodah 353
353
The story reverts to the proceedings of Napier 859
359
Fir6z Shah joins Tiintia to whom the story reverts
365
Honner defeats Rao Sahib at Koshani 868
369
The family of Man Singh surrenders to Meade 878
375
Tantia Topi is tried by a courtmartial bis defence
379
Tranquillity returns to central India
385
For a consideration even for the chance of a considera
388
The Queens Proclamation 389 to
395
The effect produced by the mutiny at Bijnor
401
The mutiny at Barelf affects the situation for
405
Shakespear transfers the charge of the district to
411
The British army guided by Shakespear enters
417
How Keene surmounted difficulties regarding food
423
Dehra Dun passes through the ordeal
424
It then proceeds to Barauth to check a notorious rebel
430
Eventually Sah Mall is defeated and killed and
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Its three divisions
440
The difficulties of the civil officers 442 to
446
The sepoys manifest discontent and the prisoners make
450
Wynyard receives extra powers from the commissioner
452
The issue of Mr Birds resolve to remain at Gorakhpur
456
Oarew and Batt in the Shahabad district
462
Not permitted to enter Gwaliar nor to proceed to Agra
467
Bad faith towards the sepoys illustrated by the action
473
Oudh was misgoverned according to Western but
479
How the same result was arrived at in the minds of
481
It deals the last blow to the confidence of the sepoy
486
Examination of the different modes in which the pro
490
Lord Elphinstonehis prescience his decision his high
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Napier pursues the rebels and catches them at Jaora
510

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